How to recognize the signs of sepsis in children
Sepsis is a serious, life-threatening condition. So what should parents and caregivers look for if they suspect their child has sepsis?
Constable: 'Miracle baby' now working on cystic fibrosis cureBorn two months early on the bathroom floor of their Itasca home, Will and Alexis Belmonte were hailed as "miracle" babies. Twenty years later, Will is working on finding a cure for himself and everyone with cycstic fibrosis.
Think your credit card is safe in your wallet? Think again.While microchips in credit cards have sharply reduced fraud in transactions that take place in stores, mobile and online transactions have become the low-hanging fruit of criminal opportunity.
Poor and middle-class Americans are much less likely to survive into their 70s, report saysPoorer Americans are much less likely to survive into their 70s and 80s than rich Americans, a stark life-expectancy divide compounded by the nation's growing disparities in wealth, according to a federal report.
Prostate cancer 101: What men need to knowMen, don't procrastinate. It may be time to check your prostate. Here are some basic facts in our Prostate Cancer 101 crash course, courtesy of Dr. David Guthman, a board-certified urologist with Northwest Community Healthcare Medical Group in Arlington Heights.
Keep mums blooming as long as possibleMums are back. They are out front when we go into grocery stores and box stores. The benches of garden centers are loaded with them. Whether you love these quintessential flowers of autumn or not, it can't be disputed that their brightly colored blooms announce fall has arrived.
Does the new iPhone creep you out? Why tiny holes scare some peopleThree lenses are a lot better than two -- unless they send you reeling in disgust.
Go back to the basics to get resultsWhen it comes to getting results with exercise, it's common to overcomplicate the process. Let's get back to the basics and lay the foundation of what it really takes to get results.
Heart attacks are not always easy to diagnose in womenQ: A month ago, our 69-year-old mother became nauseated and had pain in her jaw. Then she got so weak that my brother made her go to the ER. It turned out she'd had a heart attack. She never had chest pain, so she had no idea anything bad was going on. Is that common?
Wouldn't more shade be so coolWhether your outdoor living space is used to host barbecues, throw pool parties or relax with a good book, adding a shade structure can contribute to the comfort and design of your outdoor retreat and keep you protected from wind, rain and harmful ultraviolet rays.
Barrington High student leading team in memory of dad in ALS Walk for LifeBarrington High School junior Aubrey Launer will debut as Saturday as captain of a team walking in memory of her late father and raising money for the Les Turner ALS Foundation.
Itasca's Springbrook Nature Center offers chance to quietly reconnect with natureIt's not exactly Atlantic City, but Itasca's Springbrook Nature Center features plenty of boardwalks and other paths that wind their way through marshes, prairies and woodlands.
Through the Film Magnifier: Ozzy Osbourne, Ronnie Howard, Belly Dancing, Pony Paper Delivery and more