By Dr. Phillip Cozzi
Tired of waking up tired after tossing and turning throughout the night? Getting better sleep could be as simple as changing your bedtime habits and ...
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By Mary Lou Mastro
Mary Lou Mastro, CEO of Edward-Elmhurst Health appeared on a recent episode of ABC 7’s Windy City Live.
By Dr. Jeffrey Kulik
For the 17 million American adults and more than 7 million children with seasonal allergies, spring is a challenging time of year.
By Dr. Fayeza Mohammed
You’ve been blowing your nose for days – but is a cold or are allergies to blame? Here are a few key things that set ...
By Dr. Siva Krishnan
More than 170 foods have been reported to cause allergic reactions. Here are some of the most common culprits.
By Dr. Kimberly McKinnon
Understanding your individual risk – and taking steps to reduce it – is your best chance of preventing a heart attack.
By Kent Kennel
Completing a cardiac rehabilitation program can improve the likelihood you’ll stay healthy and lower the risk of a repeat event.
By Dr. Maria Rosa Costanzo
Heart attacks occur equally in men and women. Yet many people – women included – believe heart attacks mainly affect middle-aged men.
By Dr. Aaron Weiner
According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, opioid addiction and overdose account for more than 2,000 deaths in Illinois per year.