Sandra Guy - For the Sun-Times
Sip & Savor coffee shop and Southern Chicago restaurant are moving into an area that’s seen major chains move or pull back from the busy Roosevelt Road corridor.
Medical house calls fall under the category of home-based primary care.
Sickle cell disease — how one Black family is coping with the illness and inspiring others along the way
September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. The blood disorder occurs among about one of every 365 Black births and one of every 16,300 Latino births, according to the CDC.
In 2019, more than half a million deaths in the United States had hypertension as a primary or contributing cause, according to the CDC.
Peapod co-founder brothers have Introduced a website and scanning technology that lets shoppers search grocery aisles, products to filter out specific ingredients.
Wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands more made influenza virtually nonexistent during the season from September 2020 to April 2021, according to the CDC.
Toyin Kolawole started her own company when she realized that the spices, flours and ingredients that she grew up cooking with in her native Nigeria packed a more powerful nutrient punch than those used in processed foods.
May’s recognition as Mental Health Awareness Month shines a light on a growing concern over peripheral health issues arising during the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts agree that getting quick referrals to physical therapy can halt pain and loss of mobility, especially in breast cancer patients’ arms and upper body resulting from breast or lymph node surgery.