Here’s how to do it. Read the full article for Tonic/VICE.
A Chicago-born company believes mimicking the disease could help foster empathy in family and caregivers. Read the full article for Chicago Magazine.
What can you learn from talking to people who suffer from uncommon medical conditions? Positivity, persistence and the satisfaction of giving back. Read the full post on aSweatLife.com.
“They can break you—make you question wanting to be here.” Read the full article for VICE.
Take a peek inside these doctors’ homes to see what medicines and products they do (and don’t) use themselves. Read the full article for Chicago Magazine.
From his childhood in Canada, Bryan Bickell had his sights set on two big goals: Playing in the National Hockey League and winning the Stanley Cup. Hear more on this week’s #WeGotGoals.
One second, I was cruising along the Chicago Lakefront Trail at tempo pace. The next, my foot hurt so bad I could barely walk, let alone run. I hobbled home and immediately called the sports doc. Read the full article from aSweatLife.com.
As a sideline reporter for FOX NFL and host of Dancing With the Stars, Erin Andrews barely had a moment to breathe, let alone get sick. But as the 39-year-old says, “cancer doesn’t care.” Read the full article for SELF.
The folk remedy could even make your muscle problems worse. Read the full article for VICE.
When Richard Sikorski collapsed during the 2015 Chicago Marathon, his race stopped and another one began. The race to save his life. Listen to the full episode of Human Race, a Runner’s World podcast.