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  • Food Allergy Experts Clarify Recent LEAP Study

    Food Allergy Experts Clarify Recent LEAP Study
    The recent release of the Learning Early About Peanut (LEAP) study, conducted by researchers in the UK, has caused much talk and media coverage.  But, some experts are worried that the public is making incorrect assumptions about the results which could...
  • Lower Test Scores Linked To Fast Food

    Want to help your student do better on tests? Cut out the fast food. Fast-food consumption isn't merely connected to increases in pants size — it's also tied to significant decreases in test scores among school children, according to a new...
  • Video game ignites interest in aerospace engineering

    Video game ignites interest in aerospace engineering
    Video games can be educational and inspirational. Take the case of Nick Sabatini, a senior at Lincoln-Way Central High School in New Lenox. He played video games when he was young, and that is when a love for flight was first sparked, he said. Now he...
  • Ingalls Memorial Hospital announces new medical staff officers

    New medical staff officers have been named at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey for 2015-16, according to a press release from Ingalls Health System. Dr. Cressa Perish, a family practice physician, was elected president, while Dr. Carl Johnson, a...
  • SUV driver's behavior under scrutiny in New York train crash that killed 6

    SUV driver's behavior under scrutiny in New York train crash that killed 6
    Federal investigators looking into a fiery commuter train wreck that killed six people zeroed in Wednesday on what they called the big question on everyone's mind: Why was the driver of an SUV stopped on the tracks, between the lowered crossing gates? A...
  • Stand up to abusive bosses — you'll be a better employee for it

    Stand up to abusive bosses — you'll be a better employee for it
    I think we can all agree that the best way to deal with abusive bosses and managers is to round them up and ship them to a small island in the Pacific Ocean, preferably one populated by an unusually large number of hungry tigers. Sadly, that method is...
  • Football title worth big merchandise bump for Ohio State

    Football title worth big merchandise bump for Ohio State
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' victory in the NCAA's championship football game. The university expects a $3 million increase this year in royalties from licensed merchandise sales as fans continue...
  • BodyVox creates beauty with humor, imagination

    The BodyVox dance company is known worldwide for its whimsical, athletic, beautiful choreography. Its founders, Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland, are Emmy Award-winning dancers, who performed with renowned contemporary companies Pilobolus, MOMIX and ISO...
  • Florida's 'middle market' companies plan to invest and hire

    Florida's 'middle market' companies plan to invest and hire
    Nearly four out of five "middle-market" companies in Florida are poised to invest, including in new employees, according to a survey released Tuesday by the National Center for the Middle Market. Middle Market companies represent one-third of the...
  • Forget football — Ohio State students spend break volunteering with Habitat for Humanity

    Forget football — Ohio State students spend break volunteering with Habitat for Humanity
    Not every Ohio State University student spent the week leading up to its Monday night's football national championship came against Oregon engrossed in all the media hype. More than a dozen spent it laboring in the rundown neighborhood of Skyline...
  • Coyotes finding new home in downtown Chicago

     Coyotes finding new home in downtown Chicago
    Coyotes usually try to avoid human contact. Yet animal experts say an increasing number of coyotes are setting up shop in one of most dense urban labyrinths: downtown Chicago. The seemingly incongruous marriage between coyotes and a people-packed...