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  • Arlington brothers bring the meatball to new levels Oct 27, 2014 5:00 AM
    Kukec's People features Anthony and Michael Ferrazzuolo, brothers who live in Arlington Heights, who recently started The Original Meatball Vault. Locations include the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tniley Park, Alpine Valley, and most recent the French Market in downtown Chicago.

  • Local hospitals strive to offer a balance of maternity options Oct 27, 2014 5:45 AM
    No hospitals in the Northwest suburbs currently have “baby-friendly” certification. But, officials at some local hospitals say they are adopting new policies to promote breast-feeding and more family bonding in their maternity centers.

  • Why I don’t breastfeed, if you must know Oct 27, 2014 5:45 AM
    The mothers in my “Baby & Me Yoga Fit,” class looked down from their tree poses, surprised as I poured some instant formula into a bottle. “You know,” one mother said as I fed my little Lincoln, then 3 months old, “breast-feeding is optimal.” I encountered this “breast is best” reaction at cafes, parks, even in some friends’ houses. What I didn’t know was how to react. The truth is, I’m a breast cancer survivor, and after a double mastectomy with reconstruction, which probably saved my life, I simply wasn’t able to breast-feed.

  • Your health: Soda may age you as much as smoking Oct 27, 2014 5:45 AM
    You knew that drinking sugary sodas could lead to obesity, diabetes and heart attacks — but, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health, it may also speed up your body’s aging process. According to the research, drinking a 20-ounce bubbly beverage every day is linked to 4.6 years of additional aging.

  • AOIIs “Focus on College” on Nov. 12 in Prospect Heights Oct 27, 2014 7:24 AM
    AOIIs “Focus on College” on Nov. 12 in Prospect Heights

  • 'Baby-friendly' hospitals: Moms give new measures mixed reviews Oct 27, 2014 5:45 AM
    At the growing number of hospitals that are certified as “baby-friendly,” the naked, often unbathed infant is put on the mother's bare chest within the first hour of birth. Mothers are to nurse “on demand” whenever babies are hungry. No pacifiers are available. Formula may be provided, but only on request. Some new mothers love the emphasis on and help with breast-feeding, while others say they felt unduly pressured.

  • Influenza 1918-19: Fear and courage in another outbreak Oct 26, 2014 7:00 AM
    Vastly larger and deadlier than the current Ebola outbreak, the great influenza pandemic of 1918 and 1919 killed an estimated 50 million people worldwide and more than half a million in the United States. It is considered among the worst epidemics in human history. But its appearance almost a century ago bore similarities to today, and engendered the same kind of fear, courage and tragedy that comes with the spread of a terrifying illness.

  • Families run, walk and roll through Geneva for Marklund Oct 26, 2014 5:33 PM
    Hundreds of walkers and runners took to the streets of Geneva on a crisp fall morning Sunday for the second annual Run, Walk & Roll for Marklund. The event, which featured 5K and 1-mile runs, raised thousands of dollars for Marklund, an organization that serves children and adults with developmental disabilities and special health care needs.

  • The meaning of ‘organic’ hazy for nonfood items Oct 26, 2014 7:00 AM
    Absent an Agriculture Department seal or certification, there are few ways to tell if those organic claims are bogus. A shopper’s only recourse is to do his or her own research. “The consumer should not need a law degree to read a label,” says Laura Batcha, president of the Organic Trade Association, the industry’s main trade group.

  • Plant tulips, daffodils for spring color Oct 26, 2014 8:25 AM
    Can you imagine a spring without tulips in a rainbow of colors and dazzling daffodils blooming in the landscape? After a drab and dreary winter, we long for these harbingers of spring to signal the end of winter. They announce the arrival of spring in a way no other plants can.

  • Cell Phones for Soldiers: Oct 26, 2014 5:29 PM
    State Rep. Ed Sullivan is teaming up with the nationally-recognized Cellphones for Soldiers program and utilizing his district office at 700 N. Lake St., Suite 101, Mundelein as a drop-off location for donated cellphones.

  • Irish tenor’s concert Monday to benefit Arlington Hts. family Oct 26, 2014 5:36 PM
    An Arlington Heights family will get a little help from the community and world famous Irish tenor Anthony Kearns, who will perform for their benefit at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. “His heart is as big as his voice, and his voice is incredible,” Vicki Beuligmann said.

  • These classic rides are as scary as ever Oct 26, 2014 9:11 AM
    With Halloween right around the corner, set out to find which on-screen vehicle would take the honor of being the scariest TV and movie vehicle of all time. And two of the winners reside right here in the Chicago suburbs.

  • Room for Living: Let in the light Oct 26, 2014 8:49 AM
    Lighting “makes” a room. Lighting changes the mood of a room and can alter the perceived size of that space. The type of lighting chosen and the way it is placed within the room work with the wall color, furniture, floor materials, even windows and doors, to determine the character of a given space.

  • Seven area homeowners win ‘Painted Ladies’ contest Oct 26, 2014 6:30 AM
    Seven area homeowners have earned top honors in the Chicago’s Finest Painted Ladies & Her Court competition, an exterior painting contest. Elgin homeowners Chris and Rebecca Berry have been named Grand Prize winners.

  • Zen and the art of commuting Oct 26, 2014 7:00 AM
    As harried commuters filed aboard a Metro Red Line train at Washington’s Cleveland Park neighborhood — jockeying for seats, hoisting bulging tote bags — Denise Keyes gazed straight ahead, took deep breaths and searched for inner peace.There were no lit candles, no incense, no chanting of “om.” But Keyes was meditating.

  • High-tech tracker: Will it get you walking? Oct 25, 2014 7:00 AM
    Tracking steps is nothing new: For years, public health experts have promoted pedometers as a tool to encourage people to become more active. Those old-style devices, which clip on the waistband and count steps, are cheap and simple, but they lack the bells and whistles found on such high-tech trackers as Fitbit, Jawbone Up, the Withings Pulse Ox and Misfit Shine, which synch your data to your smartphone or computer and allow you to keep detailed records, set goals and share and compare your data with friends. Most also calculate distance walked or calories burned and allow you to track other types of data, such as diet and sleep.But do these extra features amp up your motivation or produce better fitness results?

  • U.S. to recognize same-sex marriage in six more states Oct 25, 2014 6:46 PM
    Couples married in these states will qualify for a range of federal benefits, including Social Security and veterans’ benefits.

  • Hypnosis therapy can affect childhood asthma Oct 25, 2014 7:00 AM
    Is it possible that the mind can have an effect on the severity of childhood asthma?

  • Kid’s stuff: Ageless flair for the teen’s lair Oct 25, 2014 6:30 AM
    Decorating a teen's room is one of the most exciting rooms in the house, says Nancy Guettier of PBteen. Because when done right, you get parents who know more about their teens’ developing personalities and teens who want to be at home.

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