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Why Women Need to Put Their Health First

By Dr. Anne Schneider
and Dr. Krystle Gadrinab-Jones

Ladies: to take better care of those you love, you need to take care of yourself first.

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Get More From Your Well-Woman Checkup

By Dr. Basel Imam

Many women dread their annual well-woman checkup. But instead of viewing it as an inconvenience, think of it as an opportunity to improve your overall ...

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Say Goodbye to Pesky Leakage

By Dr. Kelly Jirschele

If you experience occasional urine leakage, you’re not alone. Stress incontinence is common, especially among women.

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Jennifer’s Story

By Kristine Warnes

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know just how challenging it can be to stick with it over time. For Jennifer Bodoh, it ...

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Tracy’s Story

By Dr. Wayne Yang

For Plainfield resident Tracy Campbell, being obese meant having a lower quality life.

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A Comprehensive Approach to Weight Loss

By Dr. Neha Shah

Obesity is a national epidemic. It’s not uncommon to see adults who weigh 300+ pounds.

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Windy City Live: Kids & Concussions

By Lawrence W. Frank, MD

Warmer weather means spending more time outside being active. But for kids that can also increase the risk for concussions.

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Recognizing Concussion Symptoms in Kids

By Dr. Alex Behar

Concussion symptoms may appear almost immediately after the injury occurs, but can take 48-72 hours to fully develop.

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Don’t Skip Sports Injury Rehabilitation

By Jill Maida, PT, DPT, Cert MDT

What’s the most effective way to get back on the playing field after a sports injury? Completing a comprehensive rehabilitation program.

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