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Adam Mesirow
Adam Mesirow

Adam Mesirow, health enews managing editor, is manager of public affairs at Advocate Health Care in Downers Grove. A media relations specialist with more than seven years’ experience securing high-profile media placements, he loves to tell a good story. Adam earned a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Michigan. He lives in Chicago and enjoys playing sports, reading TIME magazine and a little nonsense now and then.

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Gallery: Advocate Children’s Hospital kids present World Series ring to Clark the Cub 
Gallery: Advocate Children’s Hospital kids present World Series ring to Clark the Cub
The young patients also met with players in the dugout and took photos on the field.
How big a risk do Advil and Aleve pose for your heart? 
How big a risk do Advil and Aleve pose for your heart?
Research shows that some common painkillers are linked to an increased risk of serious health problems. Learn more.
Does the “weekend warrior” exercise blitz really work? 
Does the “weekend warrior” exercise blitz really work?
Do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks of cramming a week’s worth of exercise into one or two days?
Americans spend the most on this condition 
Americans spend the most on this condition
The U.S. now spends more than $3 trillion annually on health care — more than any other country. A new study reveals the single biggest cost.
Could a simple intervention shorten your hospital stay? 
Could a simple intervention shorten your hospital stay?
New research shows a nutrition program could pay big dividends, both improving care and cutting costs.
How job satisfaction can impact your health 
How job satisfaction can impact your health
A positive work environment can help stave off issues ranging from depression and fatigue to heart disease and stroke.
How big a risk do Advil and Aleve pose for your heart? 
How big a risk do Advil and Aleve pose for your heart?
Research shows that some common painkillers are linked to an increased risk of serious health problems. Learn more.