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Breast Cancer

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  • Lakers' Jordan Hill to show support at Komen Race for the Cure event

    Lakers' Jordan Hill to show support at Komen Race for the Cure event
    Jordan Hill will be busy Saturday, and it has little to do with the Lakers' practicing at their facility. He will also be at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event at Dodger Stadium, sponsoring "Team Hill." The Lakers center lost his mother,...
  • High School Legends series: Mount Carmel's Chris Chelios: 'Chicago kid'

    High School Legends series: Mount Carmel's Chris Chelios: 'Chicago kid'
    On a dreary Wednesday morning in Michigan, the Grand Rapids Griffins coaching staff gathers in head coach Jeff Blashill's office at Van Andel Arena. Joining Blashill and his four assistants — only one of whom played in the NHL — are two...
  • Enterprising kids formed a lifelong bond shoveling snow

    Enterprising kids formed a lifelong bond shoveling snow
    The night before one of many snowstorms to hit the eastern United States this winter, two New Jersey teenagers eager to earn a few extra dollars headed out armed with fliers hoping to secure a few clients interested in having their snow shoveled. A...
  • Thumbs Up To Protectors

    Thumbs Up To Protectors
    If this winter is tough on you, imagine being a wild animal. Shelters are reporting many casualties of storms and high snow drifts, including an unusual number of emaciated birds with broken wings. Thumbs high up to kindhearted animal lovers who are...
  • Christine Kalafus: Cancer survivor runs 'Writing with Support' group

    A cancer diagnosis 14 years ago turned Christine Kalafus' life upside down. The 31-year-old was eight months pregnant when her doctor told her she had triple negative breast cancer. Five days later she was induced, delivered twins, had surgery to remove...
  • Illinois' painful budget

    I can appreciate that the governor of Illinois called for an honest budget. But his brief speech on Wednesday did nothing to bring honesty and a certain amount of plain speaking to the conversation. If he was honest about what his budget will do to the...
  • Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer

     Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer
    As neighboring suburbs have swelled with new subdivisions, fast-food chains and traffic just a few miles down the road, this tiny community of 488 people has fought to stay the way it has been for decades. Residents identify each other by which historic...
  • Broward County Calendar

      March 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. Mentoring with a Father's Heart launch Tranquil Manor Foundation This will kick off the organization's growing mentoring service that will increase the mentoring opportunities for boys between 6 and 17 in Broward...
  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Beer fest, '90s game night and more things to do in Chicago this weekend, March 6-8. EAT Brunch for Dinner Cooking Demo Belly Q 1400 W. Randolph St. 312-563-1010 Chef Bill Kim demonstrates how to prepare dishes from the West Loop restaurant's...
  • Heart attack survivor issues warning to women

    Heart attack survivor issues warning to women
    Sue Chlebek's decision to run a red light saved her life. Then 50, the LaPorte mother of three was driving herself to the hospital because she had chest pains. As she neared the hospital on that March morning five years ago, her chest pains intensified....
  • Free Ultrasound Breast Screenings Offered To Young Black Women

    Free Ultrasound Breast Screenings Offered To Young Black Women
    A new program offering free ultrasound screenings to young black women aims to raise awareness about the high incidence of aggressive breast cancers in African Americans. The Connecticut Breast Health Initiative has awarded a $33,350 grant to begin a...