Initial studies link added sugar and IBD
Stomach issues? Last fall, a study using mice found evidence that excessive sugar intake can lead to inflammatory bowel disease.
J&J's 1-dose shot cleared, giving U.S. 3rd COVID-19 vaccineThe U.S. is getting a third vaccine to prevent COVID-19, as the Food and Drug Administration on Saturday cleared a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with just one dose instead of two.
Suburban Hero: Grayslake man braves dog attack to save choking womanA Grayslake resident is being hailed as a hero for saving a stranger from choking near Gurnee earlier this month.
Siberian husky sled dogs demonstrate mushing in St. CharlesSiberian huskies gave a crowd a chance to see a mushing team in action during a dog sledding exhibition on a snow-covered field in St. Charles Saturday.
Millennial Money: 5 tips to negotiate pay in a tough economyThe pandemic-related recession has altered many job descriptions, and your new role may merit a salary discussion, even in uncertain times. Here are some strategies to help you achieve the ideal salary.
Trouble talking with your teen? Try thisA large reason parents may feel unsettled by their changing relationship with their teen is because teens are focused on friendships. This is fundamentally appropriate, and at a certain point in their development, they start confiding in friends instead of parents.
Music speaks to me and makes the house feel less emptyAmerican "mourning" music speaks to me. Not to wallow in sadness but because of the authentic feelings expressed in the words and melodies.
What free college might actually look likePresident Joe Biden proposed multiple "free college" measures while on the campaign trail. Do any of them have a real shot? Some experts think so.
'Adopt' a Willowbrook Wildlife Center animalThe Friends of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County is sponsoring the Adopt an Animal program on behalf of Willowbrook Wildlife Center.
Archdiocese says DCFS letter doesn't mean Pfleger is clearedThe Rev. Michael Pfleger had hoped a state agency's findings would open the door for him to return to his ministry at St. Sabina Church, but the Archdiocese of Chicago said Friday that Pfleger must stay away as its own investigation into sex abuse claims continues.
In former printing plant, St. Charles store owners envision a home decor meccaA former label printing plant site at 1501 Indiana Ave. in St. Charles has been transformed into Trend + Relic, a vintage and new home décor mecca with the handmade work of various artists and artisans on display.
Naperville boutique offering free gowns to front-line, essential workers next monthBri'Zan Couture in downtown Naperville is giving free free bridal gowns to 26 affianced front-line and essential workers next month to show apprecation to those who have risked their lives to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic.