Primary Care

More kids getting deadliest form of skin cancer 
More kids getting deadliest form of skin cancer
Melanoma doesn’t usually occur in kids, but a new study shows that it’s happening a lot more often.
What your hip pain may be telling you 
What your hip pain may be telling you
Doctors say it’s important not to ignore certain sharp pains in your hip. Find out which often misdiagnosed condition could be to blame.
Millions don’t know they’re at risk for diabetes 
Millions don’t know they’re at risk for diabetes
New study sheds light on the alarming number of Americans at risk for developing diabetes.
Stressed out? Read this  Featured
Stressed out? Read this
Life’s pressures can lead to stress. In the short term, stress might not be a bad thing, but chronic stress can be dangerous. Getting a handle on it is essential, physicians say.
Bulls lesson on handwashing 
Bulls lesson on handwashing
Advocate Health Care teams up with the Chicago Bulls to give students at Major Adams Community Center on Chicago’s West Side a fun lesson on the importance of safety and handwashing.
Fast food meals for kids get an “F” 
Fast food meals for kids get an “F”
New study gives parents another reason to whip up home-cooked meals for their little ones.
Could your receding hairline be a sign of cancer? 
Could your receding hairline be a sign of cancer?
Some call it premature balding. Others call it a sign of aging. But researchers now say a receding hairline could signal a higher risk of prostate cancer in some men.