The importance of preplanning
Many personal matters should be put in order to prepare for end of life. This forethought will greatly help family members handle the grief and chaos that comes with a death.
Only 22 percent of bicyclists in severe accidents were wearing helmetsAlthough head injuries from biking accidents can be severe, most adults don't wear helmets. Only 22 percent of adults seriously injured while biking were using a helmet at the time of their accident, according to information from the National Trauma Data Bank.
Millions of Americans take aspirin daily, but some probably shouldn'tMillions of Americans take low-dose aspirin daily without a doctor's advice. However, the daily use of aspirin by those without cardiovascular issues runs counter to current medical guidelines,
New therapies offer hope to migraine sufferersQ: I hate having migraines. The pain is brutal, they knock me down for days and everyone thinks I'm just having a bad headache. Why do they happen? Can you tell me about any new therapies?
Starry Night Walk Sunday supports kids battling brain tumorsThe Starry Night Walk to Cure Childhood Brain Tumors returns Sunday, Sept. 22, as nearly 1,000 people are expected to converge on Arlington International Racecourse to support children battling pediatric brain tumors.
Should you buy the iPhone 11? The new Apple upgrade ruleWe're calling an end to a golden rule of tech: You no longer have to upgrade your iPhone every two years. Three will do just fine.
Fort Sheridan: A forest preserve with history and a viewNew and improved public open places are ready for visitors at Fort Sheridan Forest Preserve in Lake County. Enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Michigan and a new grass loop perfect for bird watching.
Volunteers provide a 'life-changing' makeover for Palatine group homeA group of volunteers made a "life-changing" difference Wednesday for eight disabled women when they provided a one-day makeover to their Little City group home in Palatine.
Morton Arboretum celebrates Passport Europe FestivalLisle's Morton Arboretum, home to trees indigenous to the European continent, will celebrate that connection with the Passport Europe Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 21-22.
Dining out: Moretti's opens in Barrington; free shakes at PotbellyThe 10th location of Moretti's opens Friday in Barrington, Potbelly is giving away free shakes this weekend, Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights hosts an Oktoberfest party Sunday and more, this week on the suburban Chicago dining scene.
Suburban students joining Greta's global climate strike movement this weekClimate strikes are planned Thursday through Monday in Chicago, Carol Stream, Des Plaines, Elmhurst and Naperville with the largest youth gathering expected at Chicago's Grant Park Friday.
Through the Film Magnifier: Ozzy Osbourne, Ronnie Howard, Belly Dancing, Pony Paper Delivery and more