Constable: Chemo was so absurd to Wheaton woman that she made a coloring book about it
Inspirational sentiments weren't helping Wheaton's Jeri Davis deal with her cancer treatment. So the 65-year-old wrote an irreverent coloring book that brings laughs to patients at Northwestern Medicine's LivingWell Cancer Resource Center in Geneva.
Good News Sunday: Post-pandemic event puts Gerry's Café back on courseGood News Sunday: The dream of Natalie Griffin and Amy Philpott to open Gerry's Café, staffed by adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, was making great progress. Then the pandemic hit. But it was all smiles Monday as the inaugural Gerry's Café Golf Classic kicked off.
Added sugars in diet can cause fat accumulation in liverOne recent study showed that added sugar increases the fat accumulation in the liver, which can cause damage over time. The takeaway is that added sugars may be adversely affecting us, often in ways we can't see or feel, and causing harm.
Suburban Skyview: Downtown Mount Prospect development going upwardIn this week's Daily Herald drone photo feature, a crane lifts a sheet of construction material into place at the Maple Street Townhomes in downtown Mount Prospect.
Get kids outdoors but protect them from insects, sunburnIt's great for kids and families to head outside to play and take hikes, but remember to protect your children from insect bites and too much sun.
Is your wedding budget ready for the reception resurgence?Now, as the percentage of vaccinated Americans grows and restrictions ease, celebrations are roaring back. If you're moving forward with or modifying wedding plans, here's how to prepare your budget.
Des Plaines nun who once was a socialite dies at 91Before she became Sister Mary Joseph of the Trinity, she was San Francisco socialite Ann Russell Miller. She was in her 60s and had wealth, connections and 10 children when she decided to enter the cloistered Carmelite monastery in Des Plaines.
Treat Dad to a special meal for Father's Day 2021This year for Father's Day, consider giving Dad the gift of time spent with you over brunch, lunch or dinner. Many suburban restaurants are offering dine-in and meal kit options.
Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?Temporary side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine, including headache, fatigue and fever, are signs the immune system is revving up -- a normal response to vaccines. And they're common.
After world travels, home has become my favorite placeTravel can really enrich our lives and provide new ideas and many fond memories to sustain ourselves. But I don't really miss travel. My favorite place now is home.
Expand your outdoor living optionsWith spring and warmer weather in full force, you want to venture more regularly beyond your back door and bask in the splendor of Mother Nature on your patio or deck. The catch? The sun can get awfully bright and hot, and it's no fun being exposed to rain or other unwanted elements.
New shops, restaurants a boon to the east side of St. CharlesThe scorecard for the east side of St. Charles isn't as bad as one would think just because Charlestowne Mall is paralyzed by some sort of perpetual development limbo and the Pheasant Run Resort has quickly become a walk down memory lane.
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Bobby Hull, Peter O'Toole, Ted Nugent, aerobics classes for kids and more
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Frontier Days, Bill Veeck, PeeWee Football, The Cellar nightclub and more
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hamburger University, Tug-O-War, Dance competitions and more
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: WrestleMania, Michael Jordan, slot car recing, canoe classes and more