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Home Care in Northbrook IL: A large part of the United States will be experiencing extreme heat conditions (high heat and humidity with the temperatures above 90 degrees for several days) in the coming days and weeks.

Treating refugee patients with severe disseminated tuberculosis without HIV infection presents unique diagnostic and therapeutic challenges.

Our doctors often get questions whether or not home remedies truly work, or if running …

Home Health Care in Lake Forest IL: Many family caregivers hold down a job in addition to their caregiving duties. That’s no easy feat.

Home Care in Northbrook IL: For the month of July, we are proud to announce Jennifer Alvarez as our employee of the month.

Everyone wants to have fun in the sun, but you should know the signs and symptoms for heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

People who don't smoke can still be at risk for heart disease, lung cancer and stroke after they're exposed to secondhand smoke. Almost 20% of nonsmoking workers in the United States were exposed to secondhand smoke while on the job, according to a study published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The vast majority of Americans support lowering the amount of nicotine in cigarettes, according to a report released Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The move could save millions of lives a year, experts say.

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Vein disease is most often associated with physical symptoms such as varicose or spider veins. However, venous insufficiency can cause a variety of symptoms ...

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Cathy Isom has some great tips about growing perfect peaches even in colder climates. That’s coming up on This Land of ours. Peaches are.....

Many of us remember learning about the circulatory system in high school biology and being …

When you love plants as much as I do, it's hard to pick a favorite. However, there are a number of plants for the landscape that I would not want

If your morning always begins with a neighborhood jog followed by a hearty breakfast, and your day ends with yoga and a bubble bath, it sounds lovely. But it may become monotonous if you never change it up.

For those who think you missed the spring planting window for your favorite tree, shrub, or evergreen, do not despair. Summer planting can be done

Sprint’s on-the-go customers can now experience the power and performance of True Mobile 5G across the heart of Chicago. The next generation of wireless service is here, delivering coverage and mobility with blazing-fast download speeds for approximately 700,000 people. True Mobile 5G from Sprint is set to power new experiences for wireless customers, from gaming and entertainment services, to IoT and business applications
Chicago is one…

#SilverSource #charity golf outing attracts 100 golfers, raises over $130,000 for the SilverSource Elderly Housing Stability Program, Elder Eviction Protection and the Ride To Wellness Medical Transportation Program.

Below are my prepared remarks from this evening- July 9, 2019- at the hearing for the preliminary FY2020 budget forecast.

Sycamore anthracnose is the most serious of the anthracnose diseases in Kansas. The most conspicuous symptom of the disease in early spring is death

Put a little red, white and blue on your table this holiday week.

New research led by University of Utah biologists William Anderegg, Anna Trugman and David Bowling find that some plants and trees are prolific spendthrifts in drought conditions -- 'spending' precious soil water to cool themselves and, in the process, making droughts more intense.

The chinquapin was supposed to have been wiped out by blight. Now one determined Missouri naturalist is hand-pollinating trees in secret groves to bring it back.

Plants cool themselves by letting water evaporate from their leaves, so in hot weather they need to move more water up from their roots.

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