Articles for Tag: "Chicago"

Is sinus surgery a cure-all? 
Is sinus surgery a cure-all?
Removing sinus tissue may sound ideal during allergy season, however, it still may not solve your sinus problems.
Mended Little Hearts provides support for parents  Featured
Mended Little Hearts provides support for parents
The mother of a child with a heart defect helps hundreds of other moms in the same situation.
Heroin use declared public health crisis 
Heroin use declared public health crisis
Some Illinois county police officers will begin carrying an overdose-reversal medication to combat the growing problem.
Popular ‘polar plunge’ isn’t safe for everyone 
Popular ‘polar plunge’ isn’t safe for everyone
Jimmy Fallon has agreed to brave the cold waters for Chicago’s annual event, but those with heart conditions should stick to the shore, physicians say.
Peds patients get a surprise visit 
Peds patients get a surprise visit
Young patients at Advocate Children’s Hospital get to meet their favorite Chicago Cubs players.
La diabetes: ¿Corren los hispanos e hispanas un riesgo mayor? 
La diabetes: ¿Corren los hispanos e hispanas un riesgo mayor?
Las estadísticas muestran que los hispanos e hispanas en los Estados Unidos corren un gran riesgo de contraer la diabetes tipo 2. Pero los peritos dicen que hay formas de ayudar a controlar su riesgo y de prevenir la diabetes.
Ladies Night Out at Trinity Hospital 
Ladies Night Out at Trinity Hospital
As an extension of National Women’s Health Week, Advocate Trinity Hospital in Chicago, hosted a very special Ladies Night Out event.