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Too many new moms are dying. Illinois health officials are trying to understand why.
Looking back, Jo Ann Allen wonders what she might have missed in the days leading up to her niece’s sudden death.
KNOW THE 10 SIGNS: EARLY DETECTION MATTERS
e Alzheimer’s Association Illinois Chapter’s educational program, Know the Ten Signs: Early Detection Matters , will take place at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 28 , 2018 at St. Mark…
Cubs Bat Kid Experience Marks Happy Ending After Injury
South Side Mom reminds parents that not all concussions are linked to sports
Advocate Trinity Hospital Achieves Gold Status in Stroke Care
American Heart Association recognizes Advocate Trinity's commitment to quality stroke care.
Is this the key to good health this summer?
A registered nurse says a popular gadget may be your best friend on your wellness journey. Find out how.
Is multitasking hurting your brain?
Your way of being productive may not be as effective as you think.
Here's how to know when it's time for a new pillow
An orthopedic surgeon explains why your sleeping habits could be linked to injury.
Can your back pain be treated at home?
Before you go head over heels for this at-home remedy, see if it’s right for you.
Is this the #1 secret to healthy weight loss?
The key to shedding pounds may lie where you least expect it.
The Truth About Your Evening Nightcap
Having an after-work beer or an evening glass of wine to help de-stress and wind down may not be the best idea. Find out why.
Big Green Learning Space Comes to AG Gold School
New Big Green Learning Space Comes to AG Gold School.
Black Panther's Hidden Health Message?
Why you may want to emulate the hair care of the women in Marvel Studio's record-breaking megahit.
Mercy Home is here to help you and your child in need.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls is anticipating residential openings this summer for kids who are 11-16 years old and at risk. If your child is struggling at home or in school, or has faced difficult…
Advocate Trinity Hospital Receives Greenhealth Award
Hospital Honored for Excellence and Innovation in Health Care Sustainability
Advocate Trinity Hospital Celebrates National Volunteers Week
Hospital honors 55 volunteers for valuable contributions
First Ever Mesothelioma Race for Justice in Illinois
Chicago, IL (April 2, 2018) - Vogelzang Law, a Chicago-based personal injury law firm dedicated to representing victims of mesothelioma throughout the US, will host its first Annual Mesothelioma Race…
Asbestos-caused cancer blindsides family
Christian F. Hagn, Jr. from Chicago wishes he had known more about asbestos before he abruptly lost his 66-year-old father, Christian A. Hagn, Sr. (1938-2004), to mesothelioma. “My dad got…
Advocate Trinity Hospital President Makes Top Minority Execs List
Terika Richardson recognized for improving health outcomes, driving innovation to advance care delivery
Funds awarded to develop app targeting teen pregnancy
Project will develop and test the first app and toolkit for African-American teen girls in the Englewood community.
Community Grand Rounds | Managing diabetes in the community!
Check the highlights of the January 2018 Community Grand Rounds!
New adult emergency room is now open
In December, the University of Chicago Medicine opened a bigger and more advanced adult Emergency Department (ED).
Want to live longer? Eat this
This snack may help you avoid a life-threatening mishap.
Suburban Mom Offers Heart Month Gift to Southeast Side Newborns
Hospital worker hand-knits baby hats to raise awareness about heart disease
Community Health Workers See How You Can Work as Research Advocates!
The UIC Center for Clinical and Translational Science is seeking Community Health Workers to participate in a training on research evaluation.
Can this common medication cause a DUI?
Before you get behind the wheel, read this physician’s advice.

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