Articles by "Kate Eller"

Kate Eller
Kate Eller

Kate Eller, health enews contributor, is director of public affairs for Advocate Health Care’s South Region. She came to Chicago and Advocate in 2014 after living in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. She enjoys road trips, exploring little towns and urban hiking with her shaggy dog around the city of Chicago. Even in the winter - there is no bad weather, only bad clothing.

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How clutter messes with your health  Featured
How clutter messes with your health
Messiness can affect your psychological state and your safety, experts say.
Is it safe to let your baby sleep in the car seat? 
Is it safe to let your baby sleep in the car seat?
A new study encourages parents to move young kids to a crib or bassinet when they are sleeping.
Are some popular nutrition bars not so good for you? 
Are some popular nutrition bars not so good for you?
The FDA says KIND bars are unhealthy. Our expert weighs in.
Overweight as a child may mean overweight for life 
Overweight as a child may mean overweight for life
Addressing obesity at an early age is the key, experts say.
Hip replacements aren’t just for seniors 
Hip replacements aren’t just for seniors
The surgery is becoming more common among the middle-aged.
Middle-aged forgetfulness may not be dementia  Featured
Middle-aged forgetfulness may not be dementia
If you are under age 65 and experiencing memory loss, don’t assume you are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Is your workplace making you gain weight? 
Is your workplace making you gain weight?
Your office environment may be to blame for an increase in pounds.