Experts from Swedish Covenant Hospital and Galter LifeCenter share healthy heart tips they follow
We asked our board-certified doctors, certified trainers and dietitians what heart healthy advice they practice. Watch the video above and read below to see what they said.
Take time out of the
by Peter von Buol
Last year, for the third consecutive year, the reported incidents of crime throughout the 47th Ward increased significantly, according to the authors of an exclusive crime study compiled for the Schulter Foundation.
The study was written by the editors of popular CWBChicago.com blog
Article and Photos by Patrick Butler
Phase II work on the Metra/Union Pacific tracks running through Ravenswood will probably run until at least 2020, with “significant” closures of east/west streets, according to Joseph Ott, Metra’s engineering chief; Dan Martinez of Judlau Construction; and 47th Ward aldermanic
Score with your Football Food
The Super Bowl is just around the corner. Do you have your playbook ready for your viewing party? Whether you are entertaining for a big group of fans or a small team, you'll want your snacks to score.
Finger foods are
Michael Frerichs, Illinois State Treasurer
Odds are that you or someone you know received a gift card during the holiday season.
It is easy to see why. The cards are easy to purchase and (typically) easy to use. They can be the perfect primary gift for
Coffee Joint is a new Portland inspired cafe in the Northcenter neighborhood of Chicago specializing in organic, single origin coffee that is fresh roasted daily.
Brothers Gato and Andris Balodis launched the cafe in September of 2017 at 2059 W. Irving Park, Chicago, IL 60618.
By Patrick Butler
Photos by Gene Schulter
When Nick Sarillo opened his first pizzeria out in the suburbs, he found he couldn’t stop there and hope to
A word about motivation and how you can build more in your dog this coming New Year
By: Brittney Frazier, CPDT-KA
Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center
No living being on the Earth does anything without reason. Human beings, for example, rarely work for free. Animals are no
by Peter von Buol
For more than 60 years, Lincoln Square’s own statue of Abraham Lincoln has stood as a beacon of hope and freedom at Western and Lawrence.
The larger-than-life statue of the sixteenth president is unusual as it depicts him as beardless, just as
Is it Time for You to Get Active?
by Kristin Goddard, Galter LifeCenter
New guidelines recently lowered the range for what is considered high blood pressure (hypertension). Under these new standards, almost half of Americans will be diagnosed with hypertension. Under previous guidelines, 32 percent of