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Yearly Archives: 2018

Sandoval: We must exercise rights to defend against attacks on Constitution

Sandoval: We must exercise rights to defend against attacks on Constitution

State Senator Martin A. Sandoval (D-Chicago) released the following response to President Trump’s announcement that he would disregard the U.S. Constitution: “An ever-outraged base is key to the president’s political… Read more »

Paws Chicago Hosts Inaugural ‘Paws for Life Community Day’

Paws Chicago Hosts Inaugural ‘Paws for Life Community Day’

PAWS Chicago, the city’s largest No Kill humane organization, held their inaugural  PAWS for Life Community Day in Back of the Yards neighborhood at S. Joseph’s Parish on Saturday, Oct…. Read more »

Energy Vampires Are Lurking in Homes

Energy Vampires Are Lurking in Homes

With so much at stake, Halloween is great time to stop Energy Vampires who steal electricity in homes. Energy Vampires are electric devices that continue to draw electricity when plugged… Read more »

‘Trump attack on citizenship won’t scare or trick voters’

‘Trump attack on citizenship won’t scare or trick voters’

By: Ashmar Mandou US President Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to end birthright citizenship -the process by which babies born in the country automatically become citizens -by executive order, while stating… Read more »

Berwyn Police Dept. Issuing Citations

Berwyn Police Dept. Issuing Citations

The Berwyn Police Department will be issuing additional citations in the overnight hours.  This campaign will feature high visibility enforcement combined with a variety of outreach activities including additional law… Read more »

Ninety-Three Percent of LHL Patients Living with HIV/AIDS Have Suppressed Viral Load

Ninety-Three Percent of LHL Patients Living with HIV/AIDS Have Suppressed Viral Load

Erie Family Health Centers’ Lending Hands for Life (LHL) program for people living with HIV/AIDS has reached its highest success rate in the history of the program, with 93.4 percent… Read more »

IL Department on Aging Assists Seniors for Medicare Open Enrollment

IL Department on Aging Assists Seniors for Medicare Open Enrollment

The Illinois Department on Aging’s (IDoA) Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP) is reminding seniors of the free counseling assistance available to Medicare-eligible individuals and their caregivers during Medicare Open Enrollment… Read more »

Preckwinkle Cuts Ribbon on New Professional Building at Stroger Hospital

Preckwinkle Cuts Ribbon on New Professional Building at Stroger Hospital

Caption by Ashmar Mandou Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Cook County Health (CCH) CEO Dr. Jay Shannon join elected officials and community leaders cut the ribbon on the… Read more »

Mass Shootings Trigger Blood Donations

Mass Shootings Trigger Blood Donations

When the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history unfolded in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017, former TV news reporter M. James Lozada III, DO, was in Chicago completing a… Read more »

Exercise May Lessen Fall Risk for Older Adults with Alzheimer’s

Exercise May Lessen Fall Risk for Older Adults with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a brain disease that causes changes that kill brain cells. AD is a type of dementia, which causes memory loss and problems with thinking and making… Read more »