Health in Chicago, IL

Registered holistic nutritionist Andrea Donsky shares the all-natural home hacks to purify and clean your home.

A fall garden gives you and your family a reason to enjoy every last drop of the weather before winter sets in. If your child doesn’t like gardening, however...

For best results in cleaning your teeth of disease-causing plaque you need both the power of brushing open teeth surfaces and flossing in between them. But you may be wondering: should you perform one task before the other?In general terms, no—there’s no solid evidence that flossing is b

Lips take center stage on the face, especially during a conversation. When it comes to putting your best face first, it is important to manage the appearance of not only the entire face but to pay…

Andrean football coach Chris Skinner earned honorable mention recognition from the Colts/NFL Coach of the Week program after the 59ers beat Hobart.

Juan David Ortiz confessed to killing sex workers in the Laredo area, authorities said, after trying to get police to kill him.

Cook County’s Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) is partnering with government agencies, nonprofits and private sector organizations to ensure residents have the information they need to stay safe in an emergency – whether human-caused or natural. As part of National Preparedness Month, DHSEM is hosting its fourth annual preparedness fair at Daley Plaza.

The spending is part of a multimillion-dollar advertising battle over embattled Supreme Court nominee.

This Southwestern-inspired side dish is a tasty alternative to potato salad or pasta. It goes well with everything from fish to ribs to veggie burgers.

The show airs Monday night on NBC, as shows from “Game of Thrones” to “The Handmaid's Tale” battle for the trophies.

The United Steelworkers union and U.S. Steel have been meeting frequently in Pittsburgh after union members authorized a potential strike and the company released a six-year contract proposal that would

Long day? Short List. Emmy's awards, Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, fallout from Florence, Urban Meyer's apology and more of Monday's biggest news.

Twenty-six million American adults suffer from some level of chronic kidney disease. Here are some tips for preventing and recognizing the signs.

The ceiling for the coming fiscal year was lowered to 30,000 from 45,000 in the current year, less than a third of the number admitted when President Obama left office.

Apple's latest software update is here, and its set to give older devices a nice performance boost.

CROWN POINT — A 27-year-old Gary man accused of fleeing a deadly crash on the Borman Expressway in February was arrested Friday on allegations he broke into a Gary home

CEDAR LAKE — Police said Monday they have completed their investigation related to a 10-year-old who brought a gun to school last month and turned the case over to the

Paul McCartney returned to the top of the music charts for the first time in more than 36 years when his latest album, "Egypt Station," opened at No. 1.

In this month's breakfast roundup, Ina Pinkney visits Square Biscuits, Ovo Frito Cafe, and Mortar and Pestle.

ArcelorMittal steelworkers voted Monday across Northwest Indiana on strike authorization, and the early results show a willingness to go on strike, if necessary, to secure raises and protect benefits.

Christine Blasey Ford, who alleges Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her, is willing to testify. Senate should wait to vote until Ford speaks.

There were no deaths in the city, but hundreds of trees and a beloved historical site fell victim.

CHESTERTON — Learn how to stay safe while swimming in the Great Lakes during a presentation tonight at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.

Chrissy Teigen revealed her last name is pronounced "Tie-gen," not "Tee-gen." We're just as shocked as you are.

You can now use your face to lock your smartphone. But just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

Chrissy Teigen says people have been mispronouncing her last name for years, and she hasn't corrected them.

Altering tobacco leaves to produce medicine is not the only way to enlist the plant kingdom in the cause for better health. Another path is more straightforward—boosting the nutritional content of current crops, especially in the developing world.