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6 things you can do to combat seasonal allergies 
6 things you can do to combat seasonal allergies
You may think there’s just two seasons for allergies, but some people suffer all year long. Check out these helpful tips.
Postponing retirement may delay dementia 
Postponing retirement may delay dementia
Researchers say that people who retire later in life have a better chance of staving off dementia. Find out why.
Porch partiers take extra caution, experts warn 
Porch partiers take extra caution, experts warn
A decade after the tragic collapse of a porch in Chicago’s Lincoln Park, the spotlight is on the importance of safety this summer.
I run and I am free 
I run and I am free
After surviving a heart attack last December, 32-year-old Dan Cavanaugh is prepping for the biggest run of his life – the Chicago Marathon.
More men stepping into caregiver roles, study finds 
More men stepping into caregiver roles, study finds
The number of men acting as caregivers has doubled over the past 15 years. Find out why.
Embarrassing medical condition fairly common among adults 
Embarrassing medical condition fairly common among adults
Fecal incontinence can be a debilitating experience for many, but experts say it’s important to be open with your doctors so you can get the care you need.
La diabetes: ¿Corren los hispanos e hispanas un riesgo mayor? 
La diabetes: ¿Corren los hispanos e hispanas un riesgo mayor?
Las estadísticas muestran que los hispanos e hispanas en los Estados Unidos corren un gran riesgo de contraer la diabetes tipo 2. Pero los peritos dicen que hay formas de ayudar a controlar su riesgo y de prevenir la diabetes.