How Loaves & Fishes in Naperville grew from helping 8 families in 1984 to 4,650 last year
In 35 years of providing food to people in need in Naperville, "almost nothing" is the same for Loaves & Fishes Community Services.
A healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer'sNew research suggests that a healthy lifestyle can cut the risk of developing Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia even if you have genes that raise your risk for these diseases.
Boss' refusal to address employee's odor doesn't pass the smell testAt minimum, this is a matter of one employee being allowed to disrupt working conditions, intentionally or not, for multiple colleagues. You don't want to embarrass or gang up on him, but you also can't pretend the problem doesn't exist.
'We did that, that boot print,' says Rolling Meadows designer of Apollo 11 spacesuitsAfter spending nearly eight years and thousands of hours designing, testing and refining the spacesuits worn by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, engineer Bob Davidson of Rolling Meadows remembers the emotions of 50 years ago when his work ended up on the moon.
Do's and don'ts of using insect repellent on kidsFamilies use bug spray to keep mosquitoes and other insects at bay during the summer, but there are things to be cautious of when using these repellents. Here are a few do's and don'ts of using insect repellent on children
Pregnancy doesn't slow down these women while weightlifting in the gymDuring her pregnancy Rachel Annunziata was asked the normal question, "When are you due?" But the 27-year-old Arlington Heights resident also fielded questions such as "Should you be doing that?" while she was performing barbell squats in the gym.
Six things that cause seniors to fallFalls are the leading cause of death, injury and hospital admissions among the elderly population. There are six factors that contribute to the fact that seniors fall so much more frequently than younger people. Here are some ways to help prevent these falls.
'What do you do?': A question everyone asks, but we all dread to answerWhile the query -- a mainstay at cocktail parties, weddings and anywhere else where Americans mingle with strangers -- might seem like a "neutral icebreaker," it's actually pretty invasive. It sneakily probes for highly personal information: education level, values and interests, social status, salary.
How your 2019 vacation can pay for your 2020 vacationThanks to points and miles, it's possible, especially if you're willing to pledge your loyalty to one or two brands.
Keep your metabolism stoked as you get olderWe often hear new clients say, "I feel like my metabolism is getting slower as I get older." What does this mean, and what can we do about it?
Your clean house could be hurting your lungsQ: How bad are cleaning products for our lungs? My mom keeps talking about a news story that said chemicals in cleaning products are as dangerous as cigarettes. Is my clean kitchen killing me?
Through the Film Magnifier: Barry Manilow, Deadheads, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Connors, a fishing derby and more