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Third United States MERS Case is an Illinois Man Who Was in Contact with Man of First Case in Indiana

An Illinois man has tested positive for MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome), and is the third person reported ill with MERS in the United States after a person in Indiana and Florida tested positive for the virus. The Illinois resident is the first person to test positive for MERS while in the United States. The […]

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High School District 214 Votes Not to Swallow National School Lunch Program

District 214′s school board voted Thursday night to drop out of the National School Lunch Program, which will result in a loss of $900,000 federal subsidy covering the costs of students who qualify for free and reduced lunch. The northwest suburban district includes Buffalo Grove High School, Elk Grove High School, Forest View Alternative School, […]

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Local Youth, Police Kick-Off Public Awareness Campaign on Underage Drinking

The Arlington Heights Police Department in cooperation with the Buffalo Grove and Wheeling Police Departments, and Omni Youth Services’ Link Together Coalition will be kicking off the “YOUR ACTIONS MATTER!” campaign, which is a youth-led initiative that is designed to change adult attitudes about giving alcohol to minors. The “YOUR ACTIONS MATTER!” campaign will take […]

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Northwest Community Hospital Offers Free Seminar About Heartburn

Occasional cases of heartburn often can be remedied with over-the-counter medications, but there is an underlying health risk for frequent heartburn sufferers. The burning sensation caused by stomach acids backing up into the esophagus can damage delicate tissue. Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) is hosting a free community health seminar for anyone who is interested in […]

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CBS 2 Investigation: Air Quality on Metra Passenger Cars Has Alarmingly High Levels of Particulate Matter Harmful to Health

CBS 2 Chicago investigator Dave Savini interviews scientists measuring air quality on Metra trains and found high particulate levels. CBS 2 Chicago investigator Dave Savini and scientist from conducted two types of investigations of the air that Metra commuters breathe. First the investigation highlights the thick exhaust and fumes that fill Union Station’s cavern where […]

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Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) Arrives in US for First Time in Midwest

First case of deadly MERS virus hits in U.S.; infected American patient is quarantined. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Friday announced the first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in the U.S. The patient, a health care worker who traveled from Saudi Arabia, was on a flight last Thursday, […]

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New Safety Plan at Lake Arlington Path Begins Today; Launch, Walk & Roll Orientation Event, 8 AM To 4 PM, Saturday May 24, 2014

New changes described as “permanent” changes have been implemented around Lake Arlington in Arlington Heights effective today. Safety changes were implemented after a fatal accident that killed Barbara Pagano, age 74, when she was hit by an 11-year-old bicyclist that was part of a large group of children on a field trip at Lake Arlington. […]

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Second Hand Stress from Strangers and People You Know — May Be More Influential Than You Think

ABC News’ Nikki Battiste takes a look at how people are affected by others’ stress with Saint Louis University Associate Professor of Psychology Tony Buchanan (Google Scholar profile). Researchers seem to be finding some convincing result about how the stress of others affect your own stress. Research has shown that stress is passed on by […]

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Farmers’ Market Begins Saturday June 7 Under Management of Arlington Heights Historical Society

The Farmers’ Market returns Saturday, June 7 with the Arlington Heights Historical Society as the new market manager. The Market will maintain the same balance of foods and products, and will be held in the parking lot right across the street from the Museum, at the corner of Vail Avenue and Fremont Street, every Saturday, […]

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Northwestern University/Harvard Medical Study: “Brain Changes Are Associated with Casual Marijuana Use”

Medical scientist studying the effects of marijuana use are currently reporting findings of alterations of brain regions involved in motivation and emotion, and are also looking forward to studying how alterations in brain regions are related to memory impairments and Cannabis use disorder. According to a study to be published April 16 in The Journal […]

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Astrophysicist Szabi Marka Takes on World’s Mosquitoes with Infrared Wall

Hungarian Astrophysicist Szabi Marka of Columbia takes on world’s deadliest bug — the mosquito and carrier of the parasitic protozoan that causes Malaria. Bloomberg’s Willem Marx explains. April 11 (Bloomberg) — Szabolcs Marka is an astrophysicist at Columbia University. But he no longer studies black holes and dark matter — these days he runs a […]

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NCH Board Recognizes Dr. John McGillen for Volunteerism in Medical Community

The Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) Board of Directors recently recognized Dr. John McGillen, former medical director at NCH, for his volunteer efforts in the medical community. NCH Board Recognizes Dr. John McGillen for Volunteerism in Medical Community http://t.co/nBPCzqDbaE pic.twitter.com/iHQYS2fvtw — Cardinal News (@EarlyReport) April 3, 2014 From left, NCH Board Chairman Thomas MacCarthy, NCH Board Member […]

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