About 7.7 million Americans struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, which is caused from exposure to a traumatic emotional or physical event. Much is still unknown about PTSD, but it can last a lifetime and is notoriously hard to treat.
Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew factors heavily into "Kiss Me, Kate." Cole Porter's play-within-a-play is not only an adaptation of the classic, but is actually about a theatre company putting on a production of Taming of the Shrew.
A nationwide cancer drug shortage is leaving some key Chicago hospitals scrambling. The shortage affects cisplatin, etoposide and doxorubicin—drugs that treat breast, ovarian, bladder and lung cancers. “The situation is worse than any time I can remember in recent years,” said Dr.
Thanksgiving dinner at Bobbi Marstellar and her husband Greg Lakota's house is elaborate, with not only the requisite turkey but multiple sides like butternut squash with blue cheese and a sweet potato souffle. This year they are expecting 20 people. The kicker?
Tuesday night, Sound Opinions' hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot made an appearance of "Chicago Tonight" to answer the age old question: Who's cooler, The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? The duo has attempted to answer this question in their newly-released book, "The Beatles Vs.
[ President Obama is expected in Chicago next week as part of a four-city tour in his final campaign push before Election Day. He will hold a rally here on Saturday the 30th, reports The Washington Post. In particular, he is hoping to reach young, African American and urban voters.