Articles by "Marrison Worthington"

Marrison Worthington
Marrison Worthington

Marrison Worthington, health enews contributor, is a public affairs and marketing manager at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Illinois. She is a graduate of Illinois State University and has several years of global corporate communications experience under her belt. Marrison loves spending her free time traveling, reading organizational development blogs, trying new cooking recipes, and playing with her golden retriever, Ari.

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World Physical Therapy Day: A remarkable story about one patient’s return to normal life 
World Physical Therapy Day: A remarkable story about one patient’s return to normal life
“I never thought I would get this far,” says Lee Dobbins.
Are you one of the 15 million Americans affected by this condition? 
Are you one of the 15 million Americans affected by this condition?
A new clinical trial could help people with a common eye issue.
The right side of this woman’s heart was four times larger than it should be 
The right side of this woman’s heart was four times larger than it should be
The reason will shock you.
Nurse saves man’s life at the gym 
Nurse saves man’s life at the gym
When a 66-year-old grandfather collapsed while working out, an Advocate nurse stepped in to save his life.
Here’s how to protect yourself from the deadliest form of skin cancer 
Here’s how to protect yourself from the deadliest form of skin cancer
Being in the sun is inevitable during the summer months. It’s important to stay safe.
Could this complication be due to an allergic reaction? 
Could this complication be due to an allergic reaction?
The cause of some post-procedure pain after hip and knee replacements may surprise you.
New stroke guidelines helped save this woman from debilitating effects 
New stroke guidelines helped save this woman from debilitating effects
It seemed to be a normal morning for Mary Goldrick as she strolled into her kitchen to charge her phone. Suddenly, she was on the floor.