Procter & Gamble adds Wildberry flavor to Prilosec This undated product image provided by Procter & Gamble shows wildberry flavored Prilosec OTC, the company's over-the-counter heartburn medication. P&G executives admit that adding flavor to a pill you don't even chew might not seem like an obvious move ... 09/19/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
The slow cooker (or crock pot) is a wonderful appliance for hands-off cooking, but the gentle, slow heating process can also be used for other things unrelated to food. Such as these ten things. Read more
ICYMI Health features what we're reading this week. This week, on the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina hitting New Orleans, we listened to a radio interview with the city's coroner, a position that requires making tough judgement calls about classifying police-involved shooting deaths, as well as consoling families of the deceased. We also thought hard after reading an essay about the ethics of watching murder caught on film, following the tragic slaying of two Virginia journalists on live TV this week.
Any tour of Chicago's renowned early skyscrapers is incomplete without a stop by the Old Colony Building. Located at the southeast corner of Dearborn and Van Buren streets, hard by the rattle and rumble of the "L," this 17-story high-rise is best known for the gracefully rounded window bays at