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  • Locals light the way to hope

    Former Burbank Police Capt. Janice Lowers walked in memory of her mother and two former colleagues, and to celebrate the fight for survival of two dear friends. Laureen Endoso did it as a tribute to her late husband, Kenny, who lost his battle with cancer...
  • Cellphones may harm memory, pregnancy, brain cells -- in rats, mice and rabbits. Maybe.

    Cellphones may harm memory, pregnancy, brain cells --  in rats, mice and rabbits. Maybe.
    Steady exposure to the electromagnetic radiation given off by cellphones during use may disrupt fetal development, disturb memory and weaken the barrier that protects the brain from environmental toxins, says a welter of new research being presented...
  • Leading change at prestigious publication with 'intelligent innovation'

    Leading change at prestigious publication with 'intelligent innovation'
    Dr. Howard Bauchner sees a bright future for the Journal of the American Medical Association — but it might be one read on a smartphone, or in a foreign language. Bauchner, an energetic 59-year-old who plays basketball against 20-somethings and...
  • June 2, 2011

    June 2, 2011
    I don't believe the World Health Organization's "assumption" (and really, that's all you can call it, given their deeply flawed so-called "study") that cell phone use causes anything, other than a self-centered attitude in public. The same charges they...
  • City may put a lid on latest eco-trend

    City may put a lid on latest eco-trend
    Just as Chicago consumers get the hang of reusable grocery bags, a new movement has sprouted to make local grocery shopping even greener: reusable containers. Called BYOC — bring your own container — by its fans, the process involves carrying...
  • Illinois cheese company issues recall

    The Walnut Cheese Company is recalling mozzarella cheese products manufactured on April 21 because they might have been contaminated with an antibiotic, the Illinois Department of Public Health said in a release today. According to the release, the...
  • Deadly E. coli outbreak in Germany: Reminder of importance of funding food safety

    Deadly E. coli outbreak in Germany: Reminder of importance of funding food safety
    The deadly outbreak of E. coli in Germany that has taken 22 lives and sickened some 2,200 is a reminder both of how vulnerable we can be to food-borne illness and how important it is to have a strong food safety system. American health officials...
  • Clinic filling cavities, and a void

    Clinic filling cavities, and a void
    Tomas Rivera feels fortunate. He found a dentist in the Englewood neighborhood that his 6-year-old son adores. "It's hard to find a good doctor. We got lucky with him," Rivera said. It hasn't been easy. When the economy slowed, Rivera, 36, lost the...
  • 10 steps to begin correcting Chicago's open space shortage

    10 steps to begin correcting Chicago's open space shortage
    Ideas are bubbling that can help Chicago fix the dismaying lack of open space away from its park-rich lakefront. New York is closing lightly trafficked local streets and turning them into temporary playgrounds. San Francisco is taking parking spaces...
  • Anxious Marylanders wait to see if Congress will act

    Failure of the congressional "supercommittee" to strike a deal on deficit reduction has left lawmakers scrambling to address a half-dozen bills of major importance to Marylanders, from extending tax breaks to paying Medicare doctors to securing federal...
  • Obama's Plan B decision puts girls at risk

    Obama's Plan B decision puts girls at risk
    A society is at its worst when it leaves its most vulnerable citizens exposed so that its most powerful can hide from ugly realities. In the case of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' ruling to reject the Food and Drug Administration's...