Articles by "Kate Eller"

Kate Eller
Kate Eller

Kate Eller, health enews contributor, is director of public affairs for Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. She came to Chicago and Advocate in 2014 after living in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. She enjoys road trips, exploring little towns, minimalism, hiking and urban hiking around Chicago.

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Why dry eyes and dry mouth are not symptoms to ignore  Featured
Why dry eyes and dry mouth are not symptoms to ignore
More than four million Americans have this little known disorder.
Unusual signs your body is stressed  Featured
Unusual signs your body is stressed
While some indicators of stress are widely known, here are a few lesser-known side effects that may surprise you.
Is Alzheimer’s disease avoidable?  Featured
Is Alzheimer’s disease avoidable?
Nearly six million Americans are living with the devastating disease.
Eat carbs to live longer? 
Eat carbs to live longer?
You may think a low carbohydrate diet is healthy, but a new study says otherwise — with caveats.
On the holiday to give thanks, 20-year-old Marcela got a cancer diagnosis 
On the holiday to give thanks, 20-year-old Marcela got a cancer diagnosis
Beating one of the most aggressive cancers took a team of physicians, the support of a close-knit family and a bone marrow transplant.
9 items you should never share 
9 items you should never share
To avoid a number of infections and viruses, keep these things to yourself.
Getting the best mammogram possible 
Getting the best mammogram possible
Is 3D that much better than 2D when it comes to mammograms? An Advocate expert involved in a new research study weighs in.