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Thursday, Oct 27, 2011

Simple Exercises To Help Prevent Diabetes

Simple Exercises To Help Prevent Diabetes

Here are 2 exercises you can do on stability ball that will help you reduce your risk of developing diabetes

Thursday, Oct 27, 2011

Two Exercises To Keep You Healthy

Two Exercises To Keep You Healthy

A simple squat and a row exercises are just one way to keep your weight down and decrease your risk of developing diabetes.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

You Need To Work Off What You Eat

You Need To Work Off What You Eat

Halloween candy is full of empty calories so you need to exercise to burn it off.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

Burn Off That Halloween Candy With Burpees

Burn Off That Halloween Candy With Burpees

Try doing a modified burpee to keep that unwanted fat off your stomach.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

Plan To Workout To Burn Off Holiday Calories

Plan To Workout To Burn Off Holiday Calories

A typical cup of egg nog has whopping 340 calories, so get the stairmaster to keep of the weight.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

Don't Let Halloween Candy Scare You From Your Workout

Don't Let Halloween Candy Scare You From Your Workout

Jumping Jacks and Shadow Boxing will help you burn off the frightening calories that can be found in candy.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

How Much Do I Need To Exercise To Burn Off A Slice Of Pecan Pie?

How Much Do I Need To Exercise To Burn Off A Slice Of Pecan Pie?

In order to keep of that holiday weight you need to balance it out with the appropriate amount of exercise.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

Watch What You Eat This Holiday Season

Watch What You Eat This Holiday Season

Making correct food choices and working out will help you keep from packing on the holiday weight.

Sunday, Oct 23, 2011

Don't Let A "Good Morning" Turn Into A Good Night

Don't Let A "Good Morning" Turn Into A Good Night

The "Good Morning" exercise can be done without any injury to your back.

Sunday, Oct 23, 2011

Do Dips Have You Scared?

Do Dips Have You Scared?

Dips may look complicated and may have you think you don't have enough strength to do them but try them a different way.

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Police Investigate Break-in at Portage Park Car Dealership

Police Investigate Break-in at Portage Park Car Dealership

Five masked people broke into a car dealership, but no vehicles were stolen early Tuesday in the Portage Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side, police said.

Trump's 2nd Month Brings Health Care, Tax Overhaul: Analysis

Trump's 2nd Month Brings Health Care, Tax Overhaul: Analysis

As President Donald Trump begins his second month in office, his team is trying to move past the crush of controversies that overtook his first month and make progress on health care and tax overhauls long sought by Republicans. Both issues thrust Trump, a real estate executive who has never held elected office, into the unfamiliar world of legislating. The president has thus far relied exclusively on executive powers to muscle through policy priorities and has offered few details about what he'll require in any final legislative packages, like how the proposals should be paid for. The White House also sent conflicting signals about whether the president will send Congress his own legislative blueprints or let lawmakers drive the process.

Lincoln Museum to Showcase Cub-Cardinals Rivalry

Lincoln Museum to Showcase Cub-Cardinals Rivalry

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum plans to unveil an exhibit chronicling the history of the rivalry between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals.

Illinois State University Seeks Public Input on Its Future

Illinois State University Seeks Public Input on Its Future

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum plans to unveil an exhibit chronicling the history of the rivalry between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. Illinois State University is asking the public to weigh in on the institution's future.

'You Can Get Out': Groups Helping White Extremists Shed Hate

'You Can Get Out': Groups Helping White Extremists Shed Hate

Fortified by the love of an adopted family, Shannon Martinez left the skinheads behind. Today she's helping others do the same as part of an emerging U.S. movement that helps people quit hate organizations. Modeled loosely upon organizations that formed in Europe years ago to combat extremism, groups and individuals are offering counseling, education and understanding to extremists seeking a way out. Now a 42-year-old mom who homeschools her kids at their house in Georgia, Martinez volunteers with Life After Hate, a leading organization dedicated to helping people leave white supremacy. On Facebook, she shares her story with others who've left or are looking to leave extremism.

Parental Controls on Devices Aren't Fool-Proof

Parental Controls on Devices Aren't Fool-Proof

A Chicago mom said she found her kids were able to circumvent her parental controls by using their school-issued Google accounts. Phelan’s kids, like students across Chicagoland, do much of their homework and classwork online through Google Classroom.