Indoor activities ranging from weightlifting to water aerobics to recreational leagues for soccer, volleyball, basketball are available at area YMCAs.
When we stare at screens — whether on smartphones, laptops or desktop computers — we blink less often. Blinking matters because it moisturizes eyes.
Cutting-edge technology is helping young people retain their hearing even while they’re bombarded with earbud, headphone, and surround-sound clamor.
Many people see dancing as a way to improve balance, flexibility and lose weight. Studies now show that dancing can help brains stay sharp, too.
Support groups exist for both caregivers and for people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Skin cancer is now the fastest-rising human malignancy, especially affecting young people.
The Polish Museum of America is West Town tries to stay relevant — long was a centerpiece of Chicago’s oldest, biggest ethnic-Polish neighborhood.
Ex-Marine from Lincolnshire Kathleen Carroll has a new mission: boosting Amazon’s workforce in the Chicago area and across Illinois by 2,000 jobs.
The Lupus Foundation of America, based in Washington, D.C., has designated May as Lupus Awareness Month, and May 10 as World Lupus Day.
New Jewel-Osco president says shoppers will be able to order groceries online from the Chicago area’s largest supermarket chain by the end of summer.
Oscar Munoz, CEO at center of United Airlines storm, was brought in to rescue airline amid controversy, endured heart transplant, quickly returned.
Michael Slaby was among the tech gurus for Barack Obama’s campaigns. Now, he runs Chicago startup Timshel, building ‘the infrastructure for the left.’
He ran his own investment firm. Now, Ben Bornstein runs a Chicago charity matching people with cancer with cancer survivors and others who can help.