It's 'confusing,' but it's coming. The latest on COVID-19 vaccinations for suburban seniors.
It's not just the waiting that's the hardest part for seniors eager to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It's the uncertainty over when, where and how they can get inoculated. Here's what to know.
This one small step can be key to recoverySometimes you're so focused on the larger issues regarding a hospitalization of yourself or a loved one that a small detail might fall through the cracks. I saw that happen recently with a patient with a complicated health situation.
Is your child's cough a cold, sinus infection or allergy?Even in the middle of a pandemic, children experience the same coughs, sniffles and sneezing they've probably known every other year. In fact, coughing and nasal congestion are common symptoms for many illnesses, so it's important to identify the exact cause of your child's discomfort.
Suburban restaurants offering Inauguration Day specialsIf you're planning to watch the Inauguration Day festivities at home on Jan. 20, why not enjoy a meal at the same time? Here are what some suburban restaurants are offering.
$100 to help couple after kidney transplantToday's recipient of a $100 bill through the Believe Project is Linda Trilling of Buffalo Grove.
Service opportunities, virtual events abound for Martin Luther King Jr. DayMonday, Jan. 18, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This year, due to the pandemic, the civil rights leader will be remembered through online tributes and service opportunities and projects.
Illinois to begin next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations in 10 daysWith the first case of a more infectious variant of COVID-19 diagnosed in the state, Illinois National Guard troops and retail pharmacies will help accelerate vaccinations with a second phase of inoculations for seniors and essential workers beginning Jan. 25, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced.
New vaccine technology aids speedy developmentQ: I don't think I'm the only one wondering how the new coronavirus vaccines got developed so fast when other vaccines in the past took so much longer. Can you please explain?
7 credit card perks to prioritize in 2021With the pandemic upending spending patterns, possibly for the foreseeable future, an audit of the benefits and costs of your cards can reveal which ones are getting the job done and saving you money, which ones are a drag on your finances -- and what features you might want to look for in a new card.
Lake County wants residents ready to get, give shots as vaccine supplies increaseLake County health officials are urging residents to register for COVID-19 vaccines so they can be quickly administered when more doses arrive.
Why I treated myself to flannel shirts this winterWe really do need to do something nice for ourselves every so often. Especially when bereaved, it's so easy to neglect yourself. I have written before about "treat yourself" and I think once in a while it is important to do so.
Through the Film Magnifier: Glen Campbell, Steve Garvey, Globetrotters, Scrabble tournaments and more