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'Sad commentary' on mental health help: Money matters in treatment access
By Marie Wilson
May 23, 2017 6:14 AM
The high cost of mental health treatment means some can't afford it, while plunging others into debt or long waits for lower-price care.
Clients, therapists say culture plays key role in mental health treatment
By Elena Ferrarin and Marie Wilson
May 22, 2017 6:23 AM
Understanding culture and the role it plays in the experience and expression of mental health is key to providing accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment, experts say.
Volunteers turning old Mount Prospect building into cancer resource center
By Marni Pyke
May 20, 2017 5:59 PM
There were no sour faces as crowbar-wielding volunteers jumped into renovations at the new home for Lemons of Love, a cancer support organization.
Constable: Doctor in Arlington Heights invents products for multiracial hair
May 20, 2017 4:31 PM
As a medical doctor in Arlington Heights, Dr. Ena Henegan is used to diagnosing problems and working on a cure. So when she noticed that her three multiracial daughters couldn't find a product they all could use on their diverse hair, she invented one.
Cops on doughnut shop rooftops across the suburbs for good cause
Daily Herald report
May 19, 2017 3:53 PM
Suburban police were more than happy to be linked to doughnuts Friday morning.
Constable: RizzO's vs. Grandpa Rossy Crunch -- which is healthier?
May 18, 2017 5:30 AM
Retired World Champion Cub David Ross made the finals on TV's "Dancing with the Stars" and just came out with a new book. But can his Grandpa Rossy Crunch cereal compete with the RizzO's breakfast offering from his former teammate Anthony Rizzo?
Constable: Teacher's career near end, but education not stopping
May 16, 2017 6:03 AM
His career as a Bartlett High School teacher coming to a close, Brett Wiess keeps his charity going, publishes a book and looks forward to the next chapter of his life.
Constable: Dementia can add stress to Mother's Day, and vice versa
By Burt Constable
May 13, 2017 5:46 PM
Mother's Day gives you the chance to remember your mom. That becomes more challenging if your mom's dementia means she might not remember you.
Volunteers start building house for Naperville veteran
By Bob Susnjara
May 12, 2017 6:28 AM
More than two dozen American flags provided a patriotic backdrop Thursday as Northwest suburban high school students, police, firefighters and other volunteers began building a house in Spring Grove for a military veteran and his family. "For the rest of our lives, me and my children are going to know these heroes built this house," he said.
Former Marine from Schaumburg is the Fittest Loser
By Jamie Sotonoff
May 10, 2017 4:05 PM
The winners of the Daily Herald Fittest Loser Challenge were announced Tuesday night in Schaumburg. Tony Wiszowaty, 69, of Schaumburg won the competition, losing 55 pounds in 12 weeks.
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