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Patty Nedved believes advanced degrees help nurses gain a better perspective on patient care.
This spring is shaping up as a red-eyed, congested allergy season – on a par with last year.
Robyn Hart, director of child life services at Rush says pet visitors have a great therapeutic benefit. She says they, “just bring so much joy to their owners. I can’t think of anything better.”
What if something as simple as changing the color of your plate helped you lose weight? Or if clenching a fist put an end to a fattening craving?
Experts were predicting a longer and stronger flu season this year.
The flu is back with a vengeance this year, earlier than usual and affecting more people this winter.
At some sporting events, it’s become more and more common for fans to shoot or throw white powder into the air as part of a “White-Out” for their team. It’s a burgeoning tradition at one suburban high school, and doctors say it’s downright dangerous.
Some heart patients are getting a unique experience in the operating room. They’re able to watch their own surgeries with their loved ones by their sides.
U.S. News & World Report placed Northwestern Memorial Hospital as the 12th on its list for best medical centers in the country this year.
As two box office movies tell an age-old story of Snow White — the fairy-tale character gets a new attitude — one that could send different messages to little girls.
General manager Gar Forman said Tuesday that Thibodeau’s option will be picked up and they will resume talks about a longterm extension soon.
It’s a decision you may be struggling with, should your son or daughter get the HPV vaccine? It’s a vaccine that prevents cancer, but as CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist reports, many parents are worried about side effects.
New research from Chicago suggests that keeping physically active can also keep you mentally fit.
Just a few months after opening its new main hospital building with much fanfare, Rush University Medical Center is suing the architect and engineer that developed it.
Many people once considered a cancer diagnosis a death sentence. Several years ago, cancer vaccines were promising, and now some are even approved by the FDA. So are we closer to a cure? CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
The question for parents of babies born on February 29 is: should they celebrate their child’s birthday once every four years, or twice every year?
Staffers are quickly settling in to their new digs at the brand new Rush University Medical Center hospital building on the city’s Near West Side.
The first phase of the opening of the new Rush University Medical Center began Friday, as the hospital’s state-of-the-art emergency department begins operating.
A Chicago sleep researcher says new federal rules requiring more sleep for airline pilots are a definitely improvement, but are still inadequate.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is preparing to launch a major new initiative at the city’s community colleges, focusing on providing jobs for graduates by working with employers to create curriculum that should help produce the kind of workers the city’s businesses need.
- Teen Hurt In Little Village ShootingA 14-year-old boy was shot in the arm Saturday afternoon in the Southwest Side Little Village neighborhood.86
- Man Charged With Videotaping Women In Hospital WashroomA poorly secured cell phone in a west suburban hospital washroom that a man had allegedly set up to secretly videotape women in the toilet area was discovered by a woman when the phone fell to the washroom floor on Friday. She alerted police, who then arrested and charged a 49-year-old Franklin Park man with unlawful videotaping.156
- Young Man Shot Outside Old Orchard Shopping CenterA young man was wounded in a shooting in north suburban Skokie Friday night, outside the Old Orchard Shopping Center.227
- 3 Dead, 8 Shot In Citywide ViolenceThree men were killed and at least eight other people were wounded in violence around the city since Friday night.167
- Orange Line Service Resumes After Train-Pedestrian IncidentCTA commuters were temporarily stymied on the Orange Line during the Friday rush hour after a train fatally struck a man on the tracks.401
- Illinois Senate Passes Medical Marijuana LegislationIllinois Gov. Pat Quinn must decide if he will sign a measure allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes after the state Senate approved legislation on Friday.1238
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