Articles for Tag: "Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center"

Heart disease won’t define me 
Heart disease won’t define me
After surviving a heart attack, 33-year-old, Dan Cavanaugh, is living life to the fullest and training for the Chicago Marathon to boot.
Sugary drinks tied to obesity in preschoolers 
Sugary drinks tied to obesity in preschoolers
A new study links sweetened drinks to excessive weight gain in kids as young as four years old.
Rookie doc helps save boy buried alive  Featured
Rookie doc helps save boy buried alive
When Dr. Justin Hepker reported as a new ER physician in Michigan City, little did he know he’d soon make national news.
Can caffeine really cut the risk of suicide? 
Can caffeine really cut the risk of suicide?
New research shows two to four cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of suicide risk by half.
Can cancer be prevented?  Featured
Can cancer be prevented?
The American Cancer Society is partnering with local hospitals in a new national study that looks at prevention.
Gut reaction: Is your diet affecting the way you think  Featured
Gut reaction: Is your diet affecting the way you think
Bucking the age-old adage “We are what we eat,” a new study on the gut-brain connection may indicate “We may think what we eat.”
Running the dream 
Running the dream
A 33-year-old Chicago man shares how he is preparing to run the Chicago Marathon after surviving a heart attack last year.