Articles for Tag: "the advocate nurse"

Is your social circle shrinking? 
Is your social circle shrinking?
A new study suggests the answer depends on your age and gender.
Chicago hospital fights obesity with “Baby-Friendly” tactics 
Chicago hospital fights obesity with “Baby-Friendly” tactics
Physicians voice concern over America’s weight issues and offer advice for tackling the problem.
My sudden cardiac arrest survival story: Part three 
My sudden cardiac arrest survival story: Part three
An ICD and a beta blocker play a key role in preventing another cardiac arrest.
Could a genetic test detect Alzheimer’s risk in young adults? 
Could a genetic test detect Alzheimer’s risk in young adults?
5.1 million Americans have been diagnosed. A study reveals promise of an effective early predictor.
Is stress contagious? 
Is stress contagious?
A new study reveals that, at least in the classroom, the answer may be yes.
For Sister Mariam, nursing act is second to nun 
For Sister Mariam, nursing act is second to nun
By day, she serves the Lord in church as a Bethany Sister. By night, she serves her fellow man as a late shift nurse. Read her story.
Advocate nurses honored at Chicago Bulls event 
Advocate nurses honored at Chicago Bulls event
Top performing Advocate nurses participated in a fun-filled day with the Chicago Bulls.