In the spirit of this time-honored tradition, we turned to a variety of Chicago-area experts and asked: How do we create conditions and strategies to actually be successful this time around?
Ask the expert: With education and awareness, Halloween can be a little less scary for kids with food allergies, pediatrician says
In the aftermath of sweeping health care changes, Mark Heyrman, a professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School and mental health advocate on what it all means.
Dr. Laura Jana and Dr. Jennifer Shu are co-authors of a new, updated edition of "Food Fights" ¿ a real world guide to meeting the nutritional challenges of parenthood.
Diane Malbin has studied the disorder for more than 25 years and conducts seminars for everyone from teachers to prosecutors. She enlightened us on this common, but still misunderstood, disability.
Ask the expert: Audiologist Lauren O'Flaherty explains why many Americans live with untreated hearing loss
Ask the expert: Too many Americans are living with untreated hearing loss, confirms audiologist Lauren O'Flaherty
Can you rewind the biological clock? Women have misconception that they can prolong reproductive years, according to a new study by Dr. Pasquale Patrizio of the Yale Fertility Center.
Cynthia Thompson, a Northwestern University professor and one of the nation's leading experts on speech and language disorders, reflects on Gabby Giffords' aphasia, a condition that affects 1 million Americans.