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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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How to talk with someone who is depressed 
How to talk with someone who is depressed
It affects more than 15 million Americans, so you should know what to say – and not to say – to those with the mood disorder.
Can fruits and veggies make you happier? 
Can fruits and veggies make you happier?
New research reveals that adding portions to your daily intake can have the same “happiness effect” as getting a new job.
Could your kids’ thumb-sucking and nail-biting be a good thing? 
Could your kids’ thumb-sucking and nail-biting be a good thing?
Researchers find a surprising benefit for children with these so-called “bad habits.”
Why a bad first impression is hard to shake 
Why a bad first impression is hard to shake
Researchers find a thought-provoking discrepancy when it comes to attitudes on moral character.
Could eating pasta actually be good for your diet? 
Could eating pasta actually be good for your diet?
A new study out of Italy finds eating noodles is associated with a lower body mass index. But are there other factors at play?
Is stress contagious? 
Is stress contagious?
A new study reveals that, at least in the classroom, the answer may be yes.
Can exercising at a certain time improve your memory? 
Can exercising at a certain time improve your memory?
New research suggests hitting the gym four hours after a study session is the key.