How to raise a bookworm

T<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">eachers</font><font size="2"> know that the most successful students enjoy reading for pleasure.</font> Read...

 

Groundbreaking fertility test launched in Illinois

P<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">lanAhead</font><font size="2">, a blood test for fertility that measures a woman&rsquo;s &quot;biological clock,&quot;</font> Read...

 

EPA changes rules on smog

T<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">he National </font><font size="2">Research Council&rsquo;s recently released report on smog-related deaths</font> Read...

 

Hidden dangers?

Chemicals tied to cancer, birth defects, neurological and other health problems were found in common  Read...

 

The most important question to ask

A<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">lmost</font><font size="2"> 20 percent of homes in Illinois have guns, but for many parents, asking other parents</font> Read...

 

Warming up to a tough topic

G<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">loba</font><font size="2">l warming can be a tough topic to discuss with kids, but the Kidsworks Touring Theatre Co.</font> Read...

 

Getting to art and soul of therapy

G<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">e</font><font size="2">tting children to talk about what&rsquo;s troubling them can be challenging, but oftentimes art can open up </font> Read...

 

Playing it safe with fireworks

N<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">ine</font><font size="2">-year-old Sabrina Hersh of Chicago has never enjoyed one of those American rites of passage: </font> Read...

 

Beyond the burger

E<font face="CharterItcT" size="2">a</font><font size="2">ting out with kids can sometimes leave a bad aftertaste. </font> Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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