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Archive | Healthy & Fit

Hands Only CPR Kiosks Teach People to Save a Life in 5 Minutes at Airports, Office Buildings

Hands-only CPR kiosks are now in America’s busiest airports. CNN’s Kelly Bowman reports on how a few minutes of training could help save a life. A hands-only CPR training is now available at five airports (1) Chicago O’Hare International (2) Indianapolis International (3) Las Vegas’ McCarran International (4) Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (5) Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood […]

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Treating Afib Patients, Preventing Strokes from Clots at the Cleveland Clinic with The Watchman

Kelly Bowman reports on a device that’s helping prevent strokes in patients with Atrial Fibrillation at risk of bleeding. The left atrial appendage (LAA) is a small, ear-shaped sac in the muscle wall of the left atrium (top left chamber of the heart) with an unknown function. The LAA may have no function at all […]

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Hershey Bets on Beef Jerky Bars “Krave” Acquired Last Year; Black Cherry Barbecue

Chocolate maker Hershey has a solution for America’s waning taste for candy: beef jerky. The company is betting that dried meat bars are the new chocolate bars and will start selling Krave protein bars in August. Photo: Jeff Lautenberger for The Wall Street Journal Since 2010 there has been a slowdown in the chocolate market […]

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Arlington Heights Farmers’ Market Runs June 4 – October 15, Every Saturday

The Arlington Heights Farmers’ Market, managed by the Arlington Heights Historical Society, is planning to open its Market on Saturday, June 4 in the parking lot right across the street from the Museum, at the corner of Vail and Fremont. The Market will run from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., every Saturday, June 4 – […]

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If Prince Died of Overdose, He May Not Have Had Personal Naloxone Kit or May Not Have Had Enough Narcan

TMZ: Prince treated for drug overdose days before his death in Moline. UPDATE: TMZ reported after this article that sources in Moline, Illinois told TMZ that Prince’s entourage told responders he had taken Percocet (opioid painkiller) after his Atlanta concert, and that Prince was taking Percocet for a hip problem following hip surgery about 2010. […]

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Study: Anticholinergics Type Cold Medicine, Antihistamines Linked to Dementia, Cognitive Impairment

Common over-the-counter and prescription medications known as anticholinergics may cause cognition impairment. Common anticholinergic drug brands include Benadryl, Demerol, Dimetapp, Dramamine, Paxil, Unsom, Vesicare. Anticholinergic drugs function as antihistamines, antidepressants, antipsychotics, antivertigo, and muscle relaxants. Cognitive impairment with anticholinergics had been known, but for the first time, researchers used brain imaging techniques (PET scans) to […]

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Tony’s Fresh Market in Prospect Heights Aiming for Mid-May Opening

Prospect Heights Nick Mayor Helmer visited Tony Ingraffia at his new location for Tony’s Fresh Market, 1214 North Rand Road, to see the progress he is making towards the scheduled mid-May opening. The newly remodeled store at the location of the former Ultra Foods boasts a fresh sushi station, larger meat department, designated international food […]

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“Narcan” (Naloxone)-Carrying Police Not Catching Up, Fentanyl-Related Deaths Spike in Cook County

Since 2015, more than 100 people in Cook County, Illinois — eight from the Northwest suburbs — have died from illegal fentanyl overdoses. Fentanyl drug varieties are up to 100 times more potent than heroin, and 80 times more potent than morphine. The CDC describes Fentanyl as a rapid-acting opioid (synthetic opiate) drug that alleviates […]

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Plastic Surgeon Anthony Youn, MD: Certain Foods May Cause Premature Aging

Certain foods with high sugar may cause premature aging, while protein is the building block for skin. Choose almond butter over cream cheese because it provides protein as building blocks for the skin. Sweet potatoes are better than white potatoes because they are loaded with Vitamin A. Choose Avocados over mayonnaise. Avocados has mono-unsaturated fatty […]

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Lake Villa, Illinois Death Confirmed To Have Elizabethkingia Infection, Wisconsin Outbreak Connection

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Tuesday an Illinois resident died after contracting an infection from the bacterium Elizabethkingia anophelis The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reporting that tests from an Illinois resident match those from a Wisconsin outbreak of Elizabethkingia anophelis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Wisconsin […]

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Zika Concerns in the U.S. Include All of Illinois

Health officials are warning of a potential Zika outbreak in the U.S. There are now 30 states that are expected to be affected by the mosquito-born virus this summer. CBSN’s Jamie Yuccas has the latest on the health concerns here in the U.S. CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen spends time with a pregnant woman […]

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Fast-Growing Chickens Developing Muscle Conditions that Affect Quality and Taste “Woody Breast”

As chickens raised for meat get bigger and grow faster, the birds are seeing a growing number of muscle conditions that affect the quality and taste of breast meat. Illustration: Heather Seidel for The Wall Street Journal. The average weight of broiler chickens has doubled in the last 60 years while the time it takes […]

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