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Monthly Archives: December 2017

BREAKING: Illinois no longer fifth-largest state in the nation

BREAKING: Illinois no longer fifth-largest state in the nation

On Wednesday morning the U.S. Census Bureau released new data on national population trends and reported that Illinois’ estimated population is no longer the fifth-largest in the nation. That title… Read more »

Chicago’s Airports Prepare to Welcome Passengers for Holiday Season

Chicago’s Airports Prepare to Welcome Passengers for Holiday Season

The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) announced that it expects more than 5.2 million passengers to travel through O’Hare and Midway International Airports for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays…. Read more »

Reducing Holiday Stress when Living with Alzheimer’s

Reducing Holiday Stress when Living with Alzheimer’s

While holiday celebrations are often joyous occasions, they can be challenging and stressful for the 588,000 Alzheimer’s caregivers in Illinois and their families. Friends and family may be unsure of… Read more »

Madigan: Federal Government Has No Authority to Deny Immigrant Women Abortion Access

Madigan: Federal Government Has No Authority to Deny Immigrant Women Abortion Access

Attorney General Lisa Madigan and a coalition of 12 attorneys general issued a statement saying the federal government has no authority to block two young immigrant women in federal detention… Read more »

Open Books to Host Librería Donceles

Open Books to Host Librería Donceles

Approximately 3,000 Spanish language books are getting a second life at Open Books in Pilsen as a legacy project of the Librería Donceles. On January 12, 2018 from 6 pm… Read more »

Junk Food, Energy Drinks Pose Risk for Teens

Junk Food, Energy Drinks Pose Risk for Teens

The popularity of energy drinks and junk food might have unique risks for teenagers who consume too much of them during the later stages of brain development. These are just… Read more »

Angeles “Angie” Sandoval announces election bid for Cook County Commissioner of the 7th District

Angeles “Angie” Sandoval announces election bid for Cook County Commissioner of the 7th District

Surrounded by community leaders from the Southwest Side of Chicago, Democrat Angeles “Angie” Sandoval, formally announced her bid to become the next Cook County Commissioner of the 7th District. She… Read more »

FDA to Get More Aggressive on Homeopathic Meds

FDA to Get More Aggressive on Homeopathic Meds

The FDA is adopting a more aggressive stance when it comes to regulating homeopathic remedies. The agency says it will focus its enforcement efforts on products that are especially risky… Read more »

U.S. Lifts Funding Ban on Studies that Enhance Dangerous Germs

U.S. Lifts Funding Ban on Studies that Enhance Dangerous Germs

The U.S. government on Tuesday lifted a 2014 temporary ban on funding research involving the flu and other pathogens in which scientists deliberately make them more transmissible or more deadly…. Read more »

Alina Robert in Make Love Great Again

Alina Robert in Make Love Great Again

By: Nikoleta Morales Cuban actress Alina Robert, who captivated the Hispanic market in the US with her beauty and talent in Nuestra Belleza Latina (Univision), as co-host of Sabado Gigante… Read more »