| Oct 12, 2012
| 8:25 AM
Today is the first day of the Chicago Humanities Festival and last day of Chicago Ideas Week. Not that it matters anymore when one annual celebration of creativity ends and another begins. Somewhere, every day of the year, morning, brunch and night, there...
| Oct 12, 2012
| 6:47 PM
Marketing executives spent Friday afternoon cooking good food for a good cause.
Miller Brooks employees participated in the annual Cook for the Cure Event in Zionsville.
The event raised money and breast cancer awareness for Susan G. Komen for the Cure....
| Oct 16, 2012
| 1:31 PM
One local woman got the scare of her life when doctors found a suspicious lump in her breast.
“I can only tell you that I thought my life was over,” said Toby Klausner. “Completely over, that waiting and it was just some strange image...
| Oct 19, 2012
What a joke, when a major banking software company throws an "Employee Appreciation Day," then two weeks later lays off a large number of people. No wonder there is no longer any loyalty to a company.
I'm ticked off at all the First World problems we all...
| Oct 24, 2012
| 4:24 PM
A Tobacco Free For Life class begins Monday, Oct. 29. The class meets twice per week from 11 a.m. to noon Mondays and Thursdays, at Washington County Health Department, 1302 Pennsylvania Ave, and from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Western Maryland Hospital Center,...
| Oct 25, 2012
| 7:39 AM
The latest numbers show African American and Hispanic women in the Circle City face a higher chance of dying from breast cancer, especially women who don't have insurance. Now, local health leaders want to bring the numbers down and save lives.
| Oct 25, 2012
| 6:09 AM
There are times when it seems even the best intentions miss the mark.
A couple weeks ago, an acquaintance made her Facebook status: “7 inches, 12 minutes.”
A little bit later, I read a similar one by another friend, “9 inches, 3...
| Oct 27, 2012
And you thought it was always Parrot Head time in Key West.
Since Jimmy Buffett first warbled about putting booze in his blender in the 1970s, Key West has continued to reap the PR benefits as the notion of margaritas on Duval Street has been transformed...
| Oct 30, 2012
| 1:45 PM
Low-income families often qualify for government health insurance programs, but what about the people who make just enough to make too much to qualify?
Barb Stahl was self-employed and uninsured when she discovered a large lump in her chest. ...
| Apr 30, 2012
| 3:24 PM
A new study released Monday showed about 2.5 million Hoosiers, or two in five people now living in Indiana, will develop cancer. That’s 30,000 Hoosiers each year.
Greenwood resident Rhonda Irskens never thought a colonoscopy would change her life...
| May 4, 2012
A commercial website for people suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia is rife with numerous illegal and misleading treatment claims, according to a recent warning letter sent to Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum by the U.S. Food and Drug...