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  • Veterans Sports Camp

    Veterans Sports Camp
    For more information regarding the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and RIC Military Adaptive Sports Camp visit, www.ric.org.
  • New details of woman's fateful fall

    New details of woman's fateful fall
    Christina Eilman was mentally ill. The 21-year-old California woman hung around Midway Airport for two days, raving about the price of oil, exposing herself, making lewd comments and screaming at ticket agents, a baby and a blind man. Then the Chicago...
  • 6 strategies to help you give your chair a rest

    6 strategies to help you give your chair a rest
    Where are you right now? Lounging on an overstuffed couch with the newspaper and a cup of coffee? Sitting on a kitchen chair taking in the news online? Well, I hope you're sitting down for this bit of news. (Or maybe you should stand.) Your chair is...
  • Woman's expressions misleading, experts say

    Terri Schiavo's eyes look vacant. Her mouth hangs open. Then, her mother approaches, saying, "Hi, baby," in a bright voice. Schiavo's lips turn upward, and her blinking accelerates. What do these carefully edited video clips reveal about the severely...
  • Advice columnist Ann Landers dead at 83

    Advice columnist Ann Landers dead at 83
    Frank, feisty, funny, with a voice as brash as her advice, Eppie Lederer—better known as Ann Landers, advice-giver to the world—had a ready answer for people who wondered why strangers turned to her for help with their most intimate problems. “Well, they...
  • She begged for help; guards said, 'Shut up'

    Hour after hour, Christina Eilman threw herself at the bars of her cell at a South Side police lockup, shrieking threats one moment and begging for help the next, pleading that she was ill. Even the women in adjoining cells, many who were used to the...