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December 2013

Chicago’s surgical museum reaches out to children

Chicago's International Museum of Surgical Science has created a new exhibit, RX for Success, to reach out to kids as young as 8 and hopefully convince some of them to consider careers in health care.

Chicago mom pens an open letter to a young boy with a big heart

For the boy who befriends a classmate with autism, people across Illinois respond to a birthday present request.

Why your baby shouldn’t suck on your cellphone

When you are out and about, you might see parents trying to keep the kids entertained with keys and cellphones. This month's Plugged-In Parent addresses the question of cellphone dangers.

Chicago mom: When faith plays a hand

Marianne Walsh is trying to raise her boys with faith, something she hopes will provide them peace and love the rest of their lives no matter what path they might take when they grow up.

Picture perfect snow globes

Rather than the traditional homemade ornaments as gifts this holiday season, try this easy and impressive personalized picture snow globe for your friends and family. Shake it up and let this snow globe shimmer for the holidays.

Local company delivers Christmas to Chicago

Do you love live Christmas trees but don't want to deal with the hassle of hauling it home, unloading it and setting it up? One Chicago business, City Tree Delivery, will happily do all of the hard work for you.
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Chicago Kids Can Express Pandemic Feelings in Public Art Project

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Water Safety 101: Lake and Pool Safety Tips for Families

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