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Nate Llewellyn
Nate Llewellyn

Nate Llewellyn, health enews contributor, is the director of public affairs and marketing at Advocate South Suburban Hospital in Hazel Crest, Ill. Nate began his career as a journalist and builds daily on his nearly 20 years of writing experience. He spends most of his free time following his wife to their two sons’ various activities.

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Study: 4 out of 5 parents making dosing errors  Featured
Study: 4 out of 5 parents making dosing errors
Research reveals a startling number of parents measure medication incorrectly. And many of the mistakes involve twice the recommended amount.
Why more Americans are feeling the pain 
Why more Americans are feeling the pain
The CDC reports severe joint pain is on the rise. And the problem is expected to get worse. Learn why.
For those looking to prevent dementia, this activity may be the key 
For those looking to prevent dementia, this activity may be the key
Looking at data over 20 years, researchers reveal an interesting link between this stress reliever and a lower incidence of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Petroleum jelly may be the key to a multi-billion dollar health problem 
Petroleum jelly may be the key to a multi-billion dollar health problem
A recent study reveals this inexpensive staple could prevent a much costlier issue.
Could a new discovery hold the key to controlling diabetes? 
Could a new discovery hold the key to controlling diabetes?
With over 29 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes, could the venom of duck-billed platypus be the answer?
Looking to start a family? Avoid this food and drink 
Looking to start a family? Avoid this food and drink
New research shows a woman’s choice of sweets may negatively affect her ability to have kids. Read more about what to avoid.
Rates of this chronic condition triple previous estimates 
Rates of this chronic condition triple previous estimates
More than 3 million U.S. adults may be living with this disease, according to a new government report.