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Jackie Goldman
Jackie Goldman

Jackie Goldman is a public affairs and marketing manager at Advocate Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge. Previously, she was the co-managing editor of Advocate health enews. She earned her BA in psychology at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Jackie has 10 plus years experience working in television and media and most recently worked at NBC 5 in Chicago. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, going to the movies and spending time with her family.

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Understanding sleep paralysis and what causes it  Featured
Understanding sleep paralysis and what causes it
One reality star and model reveals she’s afraid to fall asleep. An expert provides insight into the mysterious condition.
Report shows ‘silent killer’ putting millions at risk 
Report shows ‘silent killer’ putting millions at risk
Nearly 5 million U.S. adults are not taking this medication properly, according to ‘troubling’ data from the CDC.
Infographic: 5 tips to speed up your metabolism 
Infographic: 5 tips to speed up your metabolism
Did you know the thermostat setting at night can affect your body’s production of some fats? Learn more from an expert.
The lesser-known physical signs of depression 
The lesser-known physical signs of depression
Joint pain, headaches, arthritis? Did you know these symptoms can be warning signs of the common mood disorder.
Is your phone giving you wrinkles? 
Is your phone giving you wrinkles?
You might want to add less phone time to your list of resolutions when you learn about what experts are calling ‘tech neck.’
6 resolutions to start 2017 off on the right foot  Featured
6 resolutions to start 2017 off on the right foot
An expert suggests healthy resolutions that could make a big impact on your life this year.
5 controversial ingredients nutritionists won’t touch 
5 controversial ingredients nutritionists won’t touch
Whether at the grocery store or out to dinner, if any of these five things are on the label, an expert says stay away.