WBN Barrington Bliss Holiday Luncheon

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Womens Biz Net of the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to join them in celebrating the holiday season during their 2016 Barrington Bliss Holiday Luncheon at the Chicago Marriott Northwest from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, November 17th. About the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce Founded in 1969, the Barrington Area … Read more…

St. Michael’s Little Angels Preschool Celebrates “Week of the Young Child”

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 St. Michael’s Little Angels Christian Preschool celebrated National Week of the Young Child™ on April 11-15. As part of the National Week of the Young Child, celebrated across the country, Little Angels Preschool honored young children and all those who make a difference in their lives. Barrington Village President, Karen Darch, along with Barrington Youth … Read more…

Notice Accessories’ “The Dress” Pop Up Shop to Benefit Barrington Children’s Charities Derby Party

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 Notice: Accessories for Living in Barrington is gearing up for their first ever in-store pop up shop featuring the season’s hottest spring and summer dresses, just in time to shop for Barrington Children’s Charities’ 6th annual Kentucky Derby Party. Notice will donate a portion of the sales from “The Dress” Pop Up Shop to the … Read more…

I Love You Man: ‘Bromances’ May Be Good for Men’s Health

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 Bromances can have a positive effect on men’s health, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of California, Berkley found that close but nonsexual friendships between two men, known as “bromances”, have similar health benefits as romantic relationships, especially when it comes to dealing with stress. The study observed male rats kept in … Read more…

Barrington Health: Negative thoughts toward aging can affect your health, cognition

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 We all grow old, but our mood can affect our quality of life in our senior years, according to a recent study. Research from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Aging at Trinity College in Dublin revealed that older adults with negative thoughts toward aging have slower walking speed and decreased cognitive abilities, compared to older … Read more…