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  • Ask Amy: Wife sharing a bed with boss on business trips raises doubts

    Ask Amy: Wife sharing a bed with boss on business trips raises doubts
    Dear Amy: My wife occasionally has to travel with her boss overnight to operate technology at meetings. She makes the travel arrangements. I noticed a couple of years ago that she booked one room with two beds. When I asked her about it she said it was...
  • Wristbands mark the winner of this year's Relay

    Wristbands mark the winner of this year's Relay
    This year, when the Bison and Patriots gathered at the Relay for Life, they competed against more than cancer. Friday and Saturday, they faced the specter of the kids from the other side of town. The real objective for every participant in the...
  • Orlando ready to approve 5-year contract for Cure Bowl

    Orlando ready to approve 5-year contract for Cure Bowl
    The Cure Bowl will become the latest tenant of the renovated Citrus Bowl on Monday, when the Orlando City Council is expected to approve an agreement that would keep the bowl game here at least the next five seasons. The deal calls for the city to...
  • Correction: Disability-Suicide story

    In a story June 10 about a man who killed himself after his disability payments were suspended, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a quarter of the population of Kentucky's 5th Congressional District receives federal disability benefits. A...
  • St. Luke's turns mammogram rooms into "sensory suites"

    St. Luke's turns mammogram rooms into "sensory suites"
    Patients at St. Luke's West End Medical Center can now undergo their annual mammograms to the sights, sounds and smells of the beach. Virtually, of course. Beginning today, the medical center in South Whitehall is offering 3D mammograms in its new...
  • Lewis W. Diuguid: Smartphone technology feeds sad selfie culture

    My partner Bette organized a vacation of a lifetime for her mother, LaFrancine, her namesake aunt and me. It was to have been her mom's 80th birthday gift in 2012, but breast cancer got in the way. With that battle won, we set out last month, boarding an...
  • Carroll ranked as one of best places to retire in Maryland

    Carroll ranked as one of best places to retire in Maryland
    Carroll County is a good place to retire — the second-best county to do so in Maryland, in fact — according to a new ranking by financial analysis website. After combining the four measures of median household wealth, cost of living,...
  • For women with dense breasts, warnings can be unsettling

    For women with dense breasts, warnings can be unsettling
    Earlier this year, Caryn Hoadley received an unexpected letter after a routine mammogram. The letter said that her mammogram was clean but that she has dense breast tissue, which has been linked to higher rates of breast cancer and might make her...
  • Should you put your trust in medical research?

    Should you put your trust in medical research?
    A friend of mine, a physician with 30 years of experience in medical research who has published in the world's top medical journals, recently said to me, “I don't believe most of the studies published in the medical literature anymore.”...
  • Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser

    Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser
    It seems that everyone knows someone affected by cancer. Hundreds of bags representing those who have fought or are fighting cancer lined the path that ran through Lake Zurich's Paulus Park on June 6, where the Lake Zurich Area, Wauconda and Island...
  • Shout Out: Julie Tejkowski, village employee

    Shout Out: Julie Tejkowski, village employee
    Julie Tejkowski, a Burr Ridge building and zoning assistant, answered these questions at the Burr Ridge Village Hall. Q: Where do you live? A: Lemont Q: Where did you grow up? A: Chicago's Gage Park neighborhood Q: Family? A: I have been...