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  • Insomnia hits most people at some point

    Insomnia hits most people at some point
    Lying awake at night staring at the ceiling is never fun. But we all experience this insomnia at some points in our lives. When sleeplessness becomes chronic, it can cause other health and lifestyle problems. Dr. Audrey Liu, a sleep specialist at Mercy Medical Center, talks about how to treat insomnia.
  • Helping your child get enough sleep

    Helping your child get enough sleep
    The beginning of the school year often means morning battles between parents and their children who don't want to get out of bed in the morning. But a good night's sleep is crucial to a student's performance in school. Dr. Scott Krugman, chairman of the...

    'Khloe & Lamar' recap: Season 2 premiere, part 2

    'Khloe & Lamar' recap: Season 2 premiere, part 2
    Part two of the season opener kicks off with a discussion about Malika’s boyfriend, Adrian Wilson, a player for the Arizona Cardinals. We try to figure out whether Rob (or the rest of the Free World) actually cares about this situation. The jury...

    How to treat seasonal affective disorder

    How to treat seasonal affective disorder
    Chicagoans who think they may have seasonal affective disorder, a mood change tied to weather, should seek a physician. Reduced sunlight may increase melatonin—the hormone that aids sleep—making you feel sleepy, and decrease serotonin, a...

    Natural alternatives to discuss with your doctor

    Natural alternatives to discuss with your doctor
    Dear Pharmacist: What are popular medications and their natural counterparts? — A.T., Dallas, Texas Dear A.T.: This is a great question. When I think of popular medications, I think of allergy drugs, pain relievers, antacids, blood pressure drugs,...