Remember the ABCDE rule when watching moles
Q: Why is melanoma so dangerous? I had a squamous cell growth removed, and it was no big deal. However, a mole that had to be biopsied for melanoma (it turned out to be benign) has my doctor worried.
Vivid memories of adventures and traveling help with griefMemories of adventures and traveling, plus the artifacts and souvenirs from such trips, are very helpful in coping with grief because they are so vivid. You will easily revisit all the detailed happy moments of that adventure together.
Is caffeine good or bad for you?Caffeine. Is it good or bad? We get this question all the time, and the answer really depends on your goals and overall state of health.
The sultry plant that will break your heartThe tropical hibiscus produces some of the most lurid blossoms in the garden -- a broad, ruffled, flared collar around a central antenna full of knobbly, nectar-rich protuberances. So why haven't we all got them?
Wheaton's Lincoln Marsh transports visitors to a place of wonder and wildlifeStroll into Wheaton's Lincoln Marsh Natural Area and you enter a different world, a world that can feel very foreign to the suburban experience.
Constable: Mass shootings have gone from 'not here' to 'anywhere'When it comes to mass shootings in the United States, there is no more shocking time or place.
She thought she had water in her ear. It was a venomous brown recluse spider.Bites from brown recluse spiders can cause muscle pain, nausea, difficulty breathing and other symptoms.
The story behind the Claudia's Grove marker in Peck Farm Park in GenevaColumnist Dave Heun investigates the story behind the "Claudia's Grove" marker, which is placed along the Peck Farm Park walking and biking trail on Geneva's west side.
Creative spaces are often works in progressHow do you create a space conducive to creative thinking? A number of recent books explore the working environments of creative people in search of hints and inspiration.
Yes, the Popeyes chicken sandwich is great. Here's how it stacks up against the competition.Every once in a while, Twitter is right.
How a St. Charles mom is celebrating the memory of her 3-year-old sonElizabeth Gerlach of St. Charles felt like her world was turned upside down when her son, Ben, died in 2016 after battling health issues his entire life. Now, she's honoring his memory by creating a foundation and writing a children's book series featuring a young boy who uses a wheelchair.
See vintage and rare autos at Sunday's Geneva Concours d'EleganceThe chance to see 200 or so luxury, vintage and rare autos, all of which have been lovingly cared for and restored, draws visitors to the annual Concours d'Elegance show and competition, which returns Sunday, Aug. 25, to downtown Geneva.
Through the Film Magnifier: Ozzy Osbourne, Ronnie Howard, Belly Dancing, Pony Paper Delivery and more