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  • Park Ridge nullifies deal on labor agreement

    Park Ridge nullifies deal on labor agreement
    Park Ridge aldermen on Monday upheld Mayor David Schmidt's veto of a new labor agreement that would have shifted some health insurance costs from the city to the employees' union and settled mutual "unfair labor practice" allegations. Their 5-2 vote...
  • Park Ridge mayor vetoes labor agreement

    Park Ridge mayor vetoes labor agreement
    Park Ridge Mayor David Schmidt vetoed a new labor agreement that would have shifted some health insurance costs from the city to the employees' union, triggering an automatic vote on March 19 to sustain or override him. Aldermen had approved that deal...
  • Rate of babies delivered early at U.S. hospitals drops sharply

    Rate of babies delivered early at U.S. hospitals drops sharply
    U.S. hospitals are making major strides at clamping down on early deliveries of babies and instead letting Mother Nature take its course in response to growing pressure from employers, government officials and patient-safety advocates. The Leapfrog...
  • In survey, Park Ridge residents say town is safe

    In survey, Park Ridge residents say town is safe
    Park Ridge residents give their city high marks for being a safe place, but many say they still feel the recent recession's ill effects and several report they don't know where to turn for help with human services. Those are among the results of the...
  • Local Voices South: March 6 edition

    Local Voices South: March 6 edition
    Letters to the editor from Orland Park. Insurance relief I'm lucky enough to be a student on a full-ride scholarship to Northwestern University, thanks to unfortunate and unwanted circumstances. My father experienced a sudden fatal heart attack in...
  • Pet clinic offers savings on shots, tests Saturday

    Pet clinic offers savings on shots, tests Saturday
    A low-cost pet health clinic will help take the bite out of expensive, but necessary, pet blood tests and vaccinations. The Interlocking Shetland Sheepdog Club of Monee is hosting the all-breed health clinic for the third year in conjunction with a...
  • Northbrook considers health club spot for community center

    Northbrook considers health club spot for community center
    The Northbrook Park District may be a step closer to creating a long-discussed community recreation center, which could happen with the potential multimillion-dollar purchase of another health club in town. The park district's Board of Commissioners...
  • Obamacare enrollment nears 1.4 million in California exchange

    Obamacare enrollment nears 1.4 million in California exchange
    Covered California signed up more than 200,000 consumers for Obamacare coverage after extending its enrollment deadline by two weeks, bringing the statewide total to nearly 1.4 million people. The health insurance exchange gave people until Tuesday to...
  • $10-million ad campaign joins 'avalanche' of anti-Obamacare ads

    $10-million ad campaign joins 'avalanche' of anti-Obamacare ads
    The big-spending conservative group American Crossroads and its nonprofit arm launched a new offensive Tuesday in the 2014 campaign for control of the U.S. Senate with an ad targeting North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan and her support of the Affordable Care...
  • Only 2 in 5 L.A. health clinics are ready for Obamacare patients

    Only 2 in 5 L.A. health clinics are ready for Obamacare patients
    Just 2 in 5 Los Angeles community health clinics are ready for the impacts of Obamacare, a new study found.  A May brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research examined approximately 40 clinics in the Los Angeles area to determine how...
  • Dental reform act could save lives [Commentary]

    Dental reform act could save lives [Commentary]
    12-year-old Deamonte Driver of Prince George's County came home from school in February 2007 with a headache, which had started as a toothache days before. His mother, who made ends meet with low paying jobs, searched for a dentist who would accept...