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Caitlin Ruiz
Caitlin Ruiz

Caitlin Ruiz, health enews contributor, is a social media manager at Advocate Health Care in Downers Grove. She earned her BA in broadcast journalism from Columbia College Chicago. When she isn't Facebooking, Instagramming or Tweeting, Caitlin enjoys producing videos, watching scary movies and attending as many Chicago Blackhawks games and country concerts as she can.

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How bracelets are bringing comfort to hospice patients and their families 
How bracelets are bringing comfort to hospice patients and their families
Learn about one hospice volunteer who’s making a difference one bracelet at a time.
Go behind the scenes of Advocate Stroke Network 
Go behind the scenes of Advocate Stroke Network
See our multi-disciplinary team in action and witness minimally invasive treatments.
Dancing at the Adult Down Syndrome Center 
Dancing at the Adult Down Syndrome Center
The Center offers a wide variety of social activities and programs to encourage adolescents and adults to promote their health.
Cuteness overload: Our tiniest patients celebrate their first Halloween  Featured
Cuteness overload: Our tiniest patients celebrate their first Halloween
Advocate Children’s Hospital NICUs and Aurora Health Care’s Women’s Pavilion are hosting a friendly, Halloween costume contest – cast your vote now!
“I want people to know I can do anything” 
“I want people to know I can do anything”
In honor of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, one inspiring individual shares her story and achievement of completing over 1,000 volunteer hours.
Surprise day of pampering for breast cancer fighter 
Surprise day of pampering for breast cancer fighter
Watch Maria Laskowski, a breast cancer fighter and mother of three, get surprised with a day full of pampering to enjoy with her daughters and best friend.
Cubs’ Willson Contreras surprises 11-year-old “best friend” with Down syndrome at school 
Cubs’ Willson Contreras surprises 11-year-old “best friend” with Down syndrome at school
Surrounded by friends and classmates, Daniel Rodriguez re-connects with his favorite Cubs player for the fourth time.