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Carbon Monoxide Led to Hospitalization of Seven People

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The presence of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere led to hospital admission of seven Chicago northwest residents on Thursday night. It has been informed by the Fire Department that carbon monoxide was infused in the atmosphere by a resident of West Roscoe, who was using an indoor grill at home.

Preschool Benefits Reflect in Adulthood

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A study that tracked more than 1,000 low-income, mostly black Chicago kids for up to 25 years, revealed that preschool had benefits that reflected in their adulthood, as the kids in the preschool had better jobs , less drug abuse , fewer arrests and a host of other benefits as adults.

AMA Announcing Dr. James Madara as Its New CEO

AMA Announcing Dr. James Madara as Its New CEO

Dr. James Madara, a former University of Chicago Medical School Dean and Chief Executive had qualified to take the leadership of the country’s largest doctor’s group on July 1 while the American Medical Association had announced his name as new Chief Executive Officer.

Homemade Food Has Been Outlawed By Little Village Academy

Homemade Food Has Been Outlawed By Little Village Academy

According to the Chicago Tribune, it has been revealed that parents and teachers are very annoyed with the Little Village Academy, a public school on Chicago's West Side for banning the lunches brought from home.

Michael Jordan Steak House to Open in Chicago

Michael Jordan Steak House to Open in Chicago

A Michael Jordan themed restaurant will open in late summer in Chicago after construction of it begins in early June. Michael Jordan’s Steak House will be on the second floor dining room and first floor bar area of InterContinental Chicago hotel on North Michigan Avenue.

Two CEOs Are Planning To Take Over Other Exchanges

Two CEOs Are Planning To Take Over Other Exchanges

CEOs of two international exchanges have joined hands, in order to acquire other distinguished exchanges.

Hawaiian Army Contract Goes to Chicago Company

The contract of $37.9 million has been won by a company in Chicago. They won this contract for the construction of a maintenance facility on the Oahu barracks.

They bagged this contract from the U. S. army after a sealed bidding competition. The army also disclosed that they had received 13 other bids and the bid by the Walsh RMA was the lowest.

Scientists Might Be Able To Reverse Memory Loss

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Alzheimer’s is a dreadful disease if you come to think of it. It destroys the memory cells of the brain and this causes memory loss. In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have been able to generate these cells in the laboratory.

If all goes well, this could mark as the ground stone of what could be the first ever effective treatment for memory loss.

Naperville, Illinois man loses $200,000 to fake online ‘girlfriend’

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In what appears to be one of the most bizarre cases of online deceit, a 48-year-old man from Naperville, Illinois, was duped of $200,000 by his online girlfriend for two years – a girlfriend who actually was non-existent!

Chicago Dental Meet on Its Way

Chicago Dental Meet on Its Way

Chicago Dental Society is all set to conduct its three day, 146th Midwinter Meeting in McCormick Place's West Building.

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