Explore the fascinating history of vaccines and their role in human health with Dr. René Najera, editor of the History of Vaccines project from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, and Doctor of Public Health and Senior Epidemiologist at a local health department in Virginia.
Resolving to eat healthier in the new year? Join Clinical Dietitian Wes Murphy, MS, RDN, LDN, from NorthShore University HealthSystem to learn about popular weight loss diets, evidence-based strategies for maintaining a healthy weight, and nutrition tips to boost your immune system.
From Chicago’s first settler to the nation’s Chief Executive, the African American presence is deep and proud. Historian, musician, and radio personality Clarence Goodman guides you through the rich and profound Black experience in Chicago.
Meet President Abraham Lincoln, one of our nation’s most beloved and esteemed historical figures, portrayed by Kevin Wood. Listen to his inspiring personal story and learn about American history through the Civil War. This program is best for adults and for children ages 6+.
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