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Johnna Kelly
Johnna Kelly

Johnna Kelly, healthe news contributor, is coordinator of public affairs and marketing at Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove. She is a former newspaper reporter and spent nearly 10 years as a public relations professional working for state and county government. During her time as a communications staffer for the Illinois General Assembly, she was integral in drafting and passing legislation creating Andrea's Law, the nation's first murderer registry. In her spare time, she volunteers at a local homeless shelter, enjoys traveling, photography and watching the Chicago Bulls.

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Abdominal pain, bloating, nausea? 
Abdominal pain, bloating, nausea?
More than 50 million people suffer from a condition that causes these symptoms. Learn more about indicators that something is wrong.
Constipated? Try these simple tips 
Constipated? Try these simple tips
63 million people in the U.S. suffer from chronic constipation. An expert advises how to get your GI tract on track.
Hospital volunteer credits $49 heart scan for saving his life 
Hospital volunteer credits $49 heart scan for saving his life
The price was right so Bob Hurdle decided to get the non-invasive test. What he discovered was cause for concern.
Heart racing, sweating, nausea are just a few signs of this type of episode  Featured
Heart racing, sweating, nausea are just a few signs of this type of episode
More than 3 million Americans will suffer from one at some point in their lives.
If you want a successful workout, don’t do this 
If you want a successful workout, don’t do this
New research shows participating in this activity while working out can actually be dangerous.
What are the leading causes of stress for Americans?  Featured
What are the leading causes of stress for Americans?
According to one survey extreme stress levels are rising. Take a look at the top offenders.
These two factors can triple your risk for depression  Featured
These two factors can triple your risk for depression
An estimated 15 million Americans suffer from depression. Understanding who’s most at risk is the key to early intervention.