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  • Union workers protest Quinn budget cuts

    Union workers protest Quinn budget cuts
    Thousands of union workers gathered across Illinois today to protest Gov. Pat Quinn’s proposed budget cuts that include mass layoffs and the closure and consolidation of several state facilities, including prisons. State employees represented by...
  • Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic

    Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic
    The House made the first move against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s budget proposal Thursday, lowering the estimate of how much money the state should expect to take in next year by more than $200 million. For a state that owes more than $8 billion...
  • Is Chick-fil-A anti-gay marriage? 'Guilty as charged,' leader says

    Is Chick-fil-A anti-gay marriage? 'Guilty as charged,' leader says
    Chick-fil-A is “very much supportive of the family,” according to Dan Cathy, president of the popular fast food chain. That is, “the biblical definition of the family unit,” he said. And that doesn’t include Adam and Steve,...
  • School lunch blogger 'Mrs. Q' drops anonymity

    School lunch blogger 'Mrs. Q' drops anonymity
    Sarah Wu does not look like a troublemaker. The slight, blond mom comes off, by her own admission, as "a super nice person … without a bad word to say." That may be why the speech pathologist was able to crank out an incisive daily blog...
  • Co-pays becoming a thing of the past for preventive services

    Co-pays becoming a thing of the past for preventive services
    If you've been holding off getting screened for high cholesterol, diabetes or hypertension because of a co-payment, you soon won't have a reason to put it off. That's because co-payments, which typically cost at least $20, for a host of preventive...
  • Politicians, health advocates seek transparency, restrictions in food stamp program

    Politicians, health advocates seek transparency, restrictions in food stamp program
    On a recent steamy holiday weekend, customers at a discount grocery store in Evanston loaded their carts with bags of chips, boxes of cookies, 2-liter soda bottles and jugs of fruit punch, among other items, then paid for it all with food stamp credit....
  • Fast-food salt content varies by country: study

    Fast-food salt content varies by country: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fast food may often be high in salt, but the exact levels seem to vary based on the country you live in, according to a study published Monday. Looking at fast-food menu information in six countries, researchers found that the...
  • Librarians were kids once, too

    Librarians were kids once, too
    "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" by E.L. Konigsburg Every child fantasizes about running away from home to teach his or her parents a lesson. One summer, 12-year-old Claudia showed me exactly how it could be done, in comfort and...
  • Should nutrition groups take corporate money?

    The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) has long and controversial ties with large food and beverage corporations, including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Hershey, Kraft and Unilever. As partners, the companies have a national platform at nutrition...
  • The many meanings of Mondelez

    The many meanings of Mondelez
    It's not surprising if you find yourself mulling the word Mondelez lately, given its conjuring of everything from "Mon-de-leza Rice" to the Russian term for a sex act. It's also not surprising if you find yourself going, "Monde-who?," given that it's a...
  • Coaching, adapting as much in play for businesses as sports teams

    Coaching, adapting as much in play for businesses as sports teams
    These days, when he puts on his suit and tie, he goes to work before a deafening throng of more than 20,000 paying customers, not to mention hundreds of thousands more following on TV and radio. His performance and that of those under him invite enough...