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  • Knowing signs of stroke saves lives

    Knowing signs of stroke saves lives
    The first time Steve Boorstein felt the sudden tingling numbness in his left arm, the fit 52-year-old assumed shoulder injuries from a 3-month-old skiing accident were to blame. When it happened again that week a second, third and fourth time,...
  • Rose Gilbert dies at 95; revered Palisades High English teacher

    Rose Gilbert dies at 95; revered Palisades High English teacher
    To see teacher Rose Gilbert — a nonstop, 5-foot dynamo — in front of a high school classroom was to see a master at work. "I'm on fire," she would tell her 12th-graders in Room 204 at Palisades Charter High School, emphasizing the point by...
  • New guidelines published for managing high blood pressure

    Harvard Health Blog When it comes to your "health numbers," your two blood pressure values are important to know--and keep under control. New guidelines for managing high blood pressure in adults, released Dec. 18 in a report in the Journal of the...
  • Some health screenings may do more harm than good

    Certain health screenings, such as colonoscopies and cholesterol checks, are wise preventive measures, but other common tests may be unnecessary. "I think we're doing too much over-screening," says geriatrician Dr. Suzanne Salamon, an instructor at...
  • Weight Watchers winner is no longer hiding

    Weight Watchers winner is no longer hiding
    Until last year, Julie Real avoided being seen. She dreaded requests by her husband, an effervescent and social person, to visit the beach, park or bars. Photographs were largely a no-no. The only times she faced a camera was at the births of her...
  • Autopsy set for Charlie Trotter; chef reportedly diagnosed with aneurysm

    An autopsy is scheduled today for famed Chicago chef Charlie Trotter, whose unexpected death at 54 on Tuesday shocked both the city and the food world. Trotter was considered by many to be a pioneer in both food and wine, having single-handedly made...
  • Review: The Lylas hope to be more than 'Bruno Mars' sisters'

    Review: The Lylas hope to be more than 'Bruno Mars' sisters'
    Breaking into music after a sibling does so can be a gift and a curse. Getting noticed is simple -- but the expectations and nagging comparisons are unavoidable and can buckle a burgeoning career. Still, plenty of acts have emerged from the shadows of...
  • Chuck Lorre, Steve Tisch, William Friedkin Honored at UCLA Visionary Ball

    There's no doubt that there was some seriously smart company at the UCLA Visionary Ball benefiting the university's department of neurosurgery Oct. 25 at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, but MC and comedian Larry Miller had a request that may have...
  • Charlie Trotter, famed Chicago chef, found dead in home

    Charlie Trotter, famed Chicago chef, found dead in home
    Charlie Trotter, whose eponymous Chicago restaurant was considered one of the finest in the world, has died. The 54-year-old chef was found unconscious and not breathing in his Lincoln Park home this morning and was taken to Northwestern Memorial...
  • Charlie Trotter death update: Wife says travel wasn't fatal

     Charlie Trotter death update: Wife says travel wasn't fatal
    Chef Charlie Trotter suffered a seizure in January as a result of an aneurysm and was on medication but had been cleared to travel, according to a statement from his wife that disputed reports that a weekend trip to a culinary conference in Wyoming...
  • Charlie Trotter, Chicago's revolutionary chef, helped push others to great success

    Charlie Trotter, Chicago's revolutionary chef, helped push others to great success
    Before there was “Top Chef,” “MasterChef” or “Iron Chef,” before chefs were multimedia celebrities who could monetize their volcanic personalities, before “farm-to-table” and “American cuisine”...