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Yearly Archives: 2018

Join Triton College’s Annual #DecktheMounds Holiday Festival of Trees

Join Triton College’s Annual #DecktheMounds Holiday Festival of Trees

Mark your calendars for Triton College’s annual #Deckthemounds Holiday Festival of Trees, Thursday, Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. #Deckthemounds has become one the most anticipated events of the holiday season,… Read more »

‘Public Charge’ Could Harm Illinois Families

‘Public Charge’ Could Harm Illinois Families

By: Ashmar Mandou In early September, the Department of Homeland Security proposed a new rule that would change who is considered a “public charge” that could potentially restructure the legal… Read more »

ComEd’s OLE Group Sponsoring Hats, Gloves and Socks Drive

ComEd’s OLE Group Sponsoring Hats, Gloves and Socks Drive

On Saturday, Dec. 8th, from 11a.m., to 2p.m., the Organization of Latinos at Exelon (OLE), a ComEd employee resource group, and community partners Lo Rez Brewery, The Mikey O Show,… Read more »

Cicero Firefighters Rescues Four from Fire

Cicero Firefighters Rescues Four from Fire

Cicero Firefighters extinguished a fire at a four-unit apartment building at 1524 S. 51st Court late last night believed to have started in a bathroom in one of the apartment… Read more »

Chicago Park District Opens Online Registration for Winter Programs

Chicago Park District Opens Online Registration for Winter Programs

The Chicago Park District announced online registration for winter park programming opens following a record-breaking fall session. This year’s fall session topped enrollment for any previous registration since the Park… Read more »

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over this Holiday Season

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over this Holiday Season

The holidays are a time for friends, family and coworkers to come together in celebration. Wherever you are — at an office party, a family member’s home or out at… Read more »

Five Myths About the Flu

Five Myths About the Flu

By Dr. Julie Daftari, Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare of Illinois Edited by Lawndale Bilingual News Winter weather has arrived, and so has the annual flu season. While flu – or… Read more »

CDPH Announces Historic Decline in New HIV Diagnoses

CDPH Announces Historic Decline in New HIV Diagnoses

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), on World AIDS Day, celebrates that HIV diagnoses in Chicago hit a new record low after five consecutive years of declines. CDPH’s 2017… Read more »

Ways to Boost Energy Without an Energy Drink

Ways to Boost Energy Without an Energy Drink

By: Dr. Niket Sonpal NYC Internist and Gastroenterologist After seeing the news about a research study out of the University of Texas Health Center in Houston, which found the diameter… Read more »

Body Imbalance Is the Tipping Point for Many Orthopedic Problems

Body Imbalance Is the Tipping Point for Many Orthopedic Problems

By: Dr. Victor Romano We have all lost our balance – slipping on ice, getting knocked down in a sport, tripping over a toy, or perhaps from feeling dizzy. But… Read more »