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  • Sen. Kirk to climb stairs at John Hancock Center for charity

    U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk is again climbing the stairs of a Chicago skyscraper to raise money for charity and inspire others recovering from health problems.
  • Rehabilitation counselors: Helping the disabled function, succeed in life is rewarding

    Rehabilitation counselors: Helping the disabled function, succeed in life is rewarding
    As program director of the master's degree program in rehabilitation counseling at Chicago's Adler University, Mary O'Connor Drout realizes most people are not familiar with the field. Which is a shame, since rehab experts do such life-changing work....

    Christy Stigailo, butterfly expert at Glen Ellyn library, dies at 70

     Christy Stigailo, butterfly expert at Glen Ellyn library, dies at 70
    Christy Stigailo began raising monarch butterflies in her home — starting with the hunt for eggs on the back of milkweed leaves and following the creatures through their life cycle as a chubby waddling caterpillar to jewel-like chrysalis to...

    Dr. Henry Betts, leader in field of rehabilitation medicine, dies at 86

     Dr. Henry Betts, leader in field of rehabilitation medicine, dies at 86
    Dr. Henry Betts, an outspoken advocate for people with disabilities and a pioneer in the field of rehabilitation medicine, led efforts to transform the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago into the leading facility of its kind. Dr. Betts, 86, died in his...

    Burlington girl fighting back from stroke at age 13

    Burlington girl fighting back from stroke at age 13
    BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP — When Wednesday, Sept. 17 began, Kiley Dauel was an active, healthy eighth-grader. She played saxophone in the Central Middle School band. She worked puppets in the Hands and Feet ministry in her church. Never did she imagine...