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Making your body a canvas? You may think twice after learning about these risks.

Around 100 Chicago Hispanic leaders appears for the first time ever in Negocios Now Special Edition Who's Who in Hispanic Chicago.

Researchers find thousands of kids are hurt each year as a result of these fun summer outings.

Find out how microblading eyebrows and other permanent makeup procedures cause more long-term dangers than you may think.

According to the Realtors Confidence Index from the National Association of Realtors, 61% of first-time homebuyers purchased their homes with down payments below 6% in 2017.

Today, since I’ve been released from the hospital last month for a severe lupus flare, I was able to take a shower. As you’re reading this you may wonder why is this news. This is news because my lupus flare was very cruel to my muscles, leaving me totally dependent on others. Taking a shower... Read more »

In honor of National French Fry Day, a registered dietitian weighs in on which fries are 'better' for your diet.

Auto-enrolment’s success is still not enough to secure comfortable retirements for UK workers, trade body says

Sunday evening message, July 8, 2018 – Pastor Len Hardt 1 Peter 5:1-2

Sunday morning message, July 8, 2018 – Pastor Robert Crain Revelation 8:1-6

Morten Malle, investment director of Denmark’s Lærernes Pension, explains how the fund stays agile

Thirty-seven percent of people admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel. Here's what to do to make sure you're not one of them.

Whether you're jet setting to a far off destination or staying on the couch, we have the book for you.

The stronger we make our tier 1 classroom instruction the less likely our students will need tier 2 or tier 3 intervention supports. In RTI From All Sides, author Mary Howard writes, “You ar…

Teachers at the International Society for Technology in Education's annual conference shared ideas to help install makerspaces in schools that have limited resources. Robert Pronovost, a science, technology, engineering and math coordinator in East Palo Alto, Calif., says he worked with students from the beginning to get their input and engage them in activities.

Allie Barton writes: “Planning programs around a theme can feel either limiting or liberating. The theme can create inspiring programs that can hold up beyond the theme’s lifespan. As the primary planner for elementary programming at the Belle Isle Library in Oklahoma City, I was challenged and inspired by this year’s ‘Libraries Rock!’ reading theme. … Continue reading Elementary programs that rock →

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CHICAGO — Along with the barbecues, family and fun associated with the Fourth of July, the National Fire Protection Association wants people to remember that fireworks involve many risks, including extreme burns, fires and even death.
Nearly 13,000 people were treated in emergency rooms for firework-related injuries in 2017. A third of those cases involved children under 15 years old, according to data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

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Sunday morning message, July 1, 2018 – Pastor Robert Crain Proverbs 14:34