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  • The Year in Health: Key developments will have a lasting impact

    The year 2014 was filled with important health discoveries and developments. Here's what got our attention and will likely affect many of us in the future. IMPORTANT FINDINGS Two studies in 2014 took concepts we already knew about to a new level. One, a...
  • Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard

    Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard
    This year's flu outbreak is starting earlier than usual and is widespread and increasing throughout the state, say officials who are urging Floridians to get their flu shot. Tim Hendrix, medical director with Centra Care, said new cases last week were...
  • Naperville may allow pharmacies to sell alcohol

    Naperville may allow pharmacies to sell alcohol
    Pharmacies in Naperville have moved a step closer to being able to sell alcohol. The city's Liquor Commission gave its support Thursday for the creation of a new license for pharmacies with the exception of those downtown. A subcommittee studying...
  • Naperville OKs liquor sales for Walgreens outside downtown

    Naperville OKs liquor sales for Walgreens outside downtown
    Walgreens will be able to sell alcohol in nine Naperville stores, but not downtown. Councilmen on Tuesday approved a new type of liquor license for pharmacies, but decided not allow any business to start selling packaged liquor in the downtown due to...
  • What happened -- and what didn't -- in health care in 2014

    What happened -- and what didn't -- in health care in 2014
    The year had more than its share of headline-grabbing stories in health care. Here are just a few to look back on and reflect. It's also an opportunity to assess what worked and what didn't, and what goals to set in 2015. •The Affordable Care and...
  • Blotter: Orange juice poured on TV after break-in in Oak Park

    Blotter: Orange juice poured on TV after break-in in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released police. Oak Park Someone broke a basement window of a home on the 400 block of North Humphrey Avenue, forced open the inner basement door and poured orange juice on the television set and coffee...
  • Blotter: Man charged with possession of child pornography in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man charged with possession of child pornography in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. Two men ages 20 to 30 and of medium build approached an Oak Park resident on the 600 block of Harrison Street at 1:30 a.m. Dec. 14 and one man struck the...
  • Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in Morton Grove

    Blotter: Catalytic converters stolen in Morton Grove
    The following items were taken from Morton Grove police reports: A catalytic converter was removed from a vehicle in the 8500 block of Marmora Avenue on Sept. 20. A luggage carrier was removed from a vehicle in the 6100 block of Lincoln Avenue on...
  • Anthem to buy Simply Healthcare

    Anthem to buy Simply Healthcare
    Another health care company is being acquired in South Florida. Health insurance giant Anthem of Indianapolis said Monday it agreed to buy South Florida's Simply Healthcare Holdings, which provides managed-care plans for Floridians, mainly in...
  • Walgreen CEO Wasson to step down

    Walgreen CEO Wasson to step down
    Walgreen CEO Greg Wasson will step down after the company completes its acquisition of European counterpart Alliance Boots, the company said Wednesday, a decision that didn't surprise company observers and investors. Chairman James Skinner will become...
  • West Hartford Groups Seeking Holiday Donations

    West Hartford Groups Seeking Holiday Donations
    WEST HARTFORD — Gift cards, warm clothing, and kosher food are some of the items needed by local organizations collecting holiday donations. The Bridge Family Center, which served more than 7,000 children and adults in their seven youth...