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Marrison Worthington
Marrison Worthington

Marrison Worthington, health enews contributor, is a public affairs and marketing coordinator at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and Advocate Children’s Hospital – Park Ridge, 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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Infographic: 4 signs you might have diabetes 
Infographic: 4 signs you might have diabetes
8 million Americans don’t know they have it. Are you paying attention to the symptoms?
The No. 1 cancer killer in the U.S. is the least likely to be screened 
The No. 1 cancer killer in the U.S. is the least likely to be screened
New research reveals one group of high-risk individuals isn’t getting checked.
Are you at risk for colon cancer early in life? 
Are you at risk for colon cancer early in life?
New research shows a dramatic increase in cases for young adults. Do you know the warning signs?
Infographic: 5 ways to naturally lower your blood pressure  Featured
Infographic: 5 ways to naturally lower your blood pressure
1 in 3 adults in the U.S. have high blood pressure, which can lead to serious complications if not controlled.
The 5 biggest health mistakes women make that last a lifetime 
The 5 biggest health mistakes women make that last a lifetime
Did you know if you don’t take care of your pelvic floor early on, it can cause hip problems and urination issues later in life? An expert explains.
Ask a doc: Am I lactose intolerant, or is it an allergy?  Featured
Ask a doc: Am I lactose intolerant, or is it an allergy?
An estimated 30 to 50 million Americans have lactose intolerance. Do you know what symptoms to look for?
Infographic: 4 signs you might have diabetes 
Infographic: 4 signs you might have diabetes
Diabetes can show up when you least expect it. Are you paying attention to the symptoms?