Anatomy of a body of work at the surgical museum
By Lucy Vernasco The International Museum of Surgical Science’s new Anatomy in the Gallery exhibit feels more like an immersion into the study of physiology than a walk through a classical art show. This is because the art displayed in Notes on Life: Visual Lectures from the Vitruvian Fine Art Studio, on view until Friday […]
VIDEO: WGN’s Paul Lisnek talks economics, Obamacare and the mayoral runoff
By Andrew Fowler and Matt Yurus Medill’s Andrew Fowler and Matt Yurus bring you an in-depth conversation with WGN Political Analyst Paul Lisnek. The TV and raido show host and author shares his perspective on Gov. Bruce Rauner’s plan to close the budget gap and diminish union power, a Supreme Court case that could end the […]
Senior centers rev up physical activities
By Siyao Long Senior centers are no longer about Bingo for the 80-year-olds. As more younger seniors in their 60s are coming in, North Center Satellite Senior Center added Zumba dancing, line dancing and more physical activities to the programs. Helen Tubog seeks out Zumba rather than Bingo at the senior center.
Experts predict rise in heart infection with increase of heroin use
By Dani Anguiano An infectious disease that can affect intravenous drug users is expected to increase as a result of rising rates of heroin use across the United States, according to Sharon Kelley, CEO of Associates in Emergency Medical Education based in Tampa, Florida. “We’re already seeing increases of Endocarditis from all the increase in […]