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‘4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince’ Comes to Chicago

‘4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince’ Comes to Chicago

Live Nation Urban and TCG Entertainment announce that their new production “4U: A Symphonic Celebration of Prince” at the Chicago Theatre on September 30th, 2018 will feature Chicago Philharmonic. Tickets… Read more »

“Fall into Yoga” with Free Yoga Social Event and Classes at Navy Pier

“Fall into Yoga” with Free Yoga Social Event and Classes at Navy Pier

With autumn just around the corner, Navy Pier, Chicago’s lakefront treasure, has teamed up with VibeUP to help guests find their Zen with Fall into Yoga, a free six-week yoga… Read more »

New Exhibitions Opening at the Driehaus Museum

New Exhibitions Opening at the Driehaus Museum

From September 8, 2018 – January 6, 2018 the Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 East Erie Street, presents three exhibitions focusing on portraits from the Gilded Age and late 19th-century… Read more »

Orland Park Cardiologist Warns of Rising Cardiovascular Risk Among Women

Orland Park Cardiologist Warns of Rising Cardiovascular Risk Among Women

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women says Board Certified Cardiologist from Orland Park Dr. Kathleen Drinan who will speak to “Women and Heart Disease Prevention” at… Read more »

Illinois Department of Public Health Launches Targeted Vaccination Effort to Help Prevent Outbreaks

Illinois Department of Public Health Launches Targeted Vaccination Effort to Help Prevent Outbreaks

In an effort to prevent hepatitis A outbreaks in Illinois, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is working with almost two dozen local health departments around the state to make… Read more »

Some Obvious And Not-So-Obvious Diet Tips To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Some Obvious And Not-So-Obvious Diet Tips To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

You brush three times a day. You floss each night. But then, admit it, you down a soda or you snack on a candy bar, undoing all that hard work… Read more »

Are Colorful, Segmented Plates the Secret to Kids Eating More Fruits and Veggies?

Are Colorful, Segmented Plates the Secret to Kids Eating More Fruits and Veggies?

By: Joy Stephenson-Laws, JD, Founder According to a recent survey, many American children go days without eating a single vegetable! And sadly, statistics show that bad eating habits are affecting our… Read more »

Changes in Breakfast and Dinner Timings Can Reduce Body Fat

Changes in Breakfast and Dinner Timings Can Reduce Body Fat

Modest changes to breakfast and dinner times can reduce body fat, a new pilot study in the Journal of Nutritional Sciences reports. During a 10-week study on ‘time-restricted feeding’ (a… Read more »

Morton College to Launch Student Emergency Fund Program

Morton College to Launch Student Emergency Fund Program

Morton College has additional resources to help students weather financial emergencies. Students can apply for small grants to help cover expenses just beyond their means, which allows them to quickly… Read more »

One Hope United Helps Parents with Head Start Program

One Hope United Helps Parents with Head Start Program

Chicago families may not realize they’re eligible for federal Head Start programming which could help make the decision to send their child (or children) to quality Early Learning Centers like One… Read more »