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Life Expectancy for Today's Youth Cut Short by Obesity

For the first time in history, the next generation of Americans will not live as long or longer than their parents due to complications from obesity.
12-Jan-2011 3:15 PM EST Add to Favorites

3 Loyola Surgeons to Appear on ‘The Dr. Oz Show’


Loyola University Health System physicians Mary Pat FitzGerald, MD, Kimberly Kenton, MD, and Elizabeth Mueller, MD, recently traveled to New York City to film an in-studio interview for “The Dr. Oz Show” to raise awareness about a common but...
11-Jan-2011 3:50 PM EST Add to Favorites

Businesses Beware: the Slippery Season Cometh

Loyola University Health System expert gives tips on how to keep customers and employees safe during the slippery winter season.
11-Jan-2011 1:40 PM EST Add to Favorites

Here's How To Finally Give Up Cigarettes For Good

Loyola to co-host a free smoking-cessation clinic at the Maywood Public Library.
4-Jan-2011 3:45 PM EST Add to Favorites

Experimental Drug More Potent, Longer Lasting than Morphine

A little-known morphine-like drug is potentially more potent, longer lasting and less likely to cause constipation than standard morphine, a study has found.
4-Jan-2011 8:00 AM EST Add to Favorites

Traditional Care of Late-Preterm Infants Detrimental to Child’s Health

Often, late-preterm infants are treated the same as full-term infants since they are commonly a similar size and weight. Growing research is showing that this can be detrimental to a late-preterm infant’s health and frequently results in...
3-Jan-2011 12:40 PM EST Add to Favorites

Loyola's New Chief Medical Officer Is Champion of Patient Safety


Dr. Robert A. Cherry, 45, a an accomplished trauma surgeon and a leader in quality and patient safety, has been named Loyola University Health System's chief medical officer and vice president of clinical effectiveness.
30-Dec-2010 2:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

Official Guide To The First Baby Of The New Year

Loyola chair of OB/GYN candidly and humorously discusses the medical community's race for the first baby of the new year and defines the terms and ways to win.
29-Dec-2010 7:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

Our Experts on Newswise

Making Hectic Holiday Travel Safe for Kids With Nut Allergies

Loyola University Health System Pediatrician Gives Tips on Traveling with Nut-Allergic Children
22-Nov-2010 1:00 PM EST

Physicians Warn Freshmen Face Higher Risk from Meningitis, Which Can Kill Quickly

Preparations for living in a college dorm should start with a meningitis vaccination.
17-Aug-2010 11:25 AM EDT

Don't Rush to the Emergency Room If You Think You Have 'Swine Flu'

Loyola physicians say in most cases staying home, resting are best strategies for getting better, not spreading infection.
23-Sep-2009 11:50 AM EDT

Cancer: A Silver Lining?

Can there be a positive side to cancer? The answer is yes according to Dr. Patricia Mumby, associate professor Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences Department and director of Loyola Cardinal...
22-Jun-2009 11:30 AM EDT

How Flip-Flops and Baseball Caps Raise Your Skin Cancer Risk

As Memorial Day and summer beckon, Loyola dermatologist warns popular warm-weather accessories can pose hidden health hazard.
20-May-2009 9:00 PM EDT

The Business of H1N1 Flu

Loyola Occupational Health Services gives tips on keeping the flu out of the office.
7-May-2009 11:40 AM EDT

Understanding a Mother's Loss, Validating a Mother's Love

Loyola University Chicago Health System Support Group Brings Hope and Healing to Parents Who Lost an Infant.
5-May-2009 2:10 PM EDT

TV Show ER Goes Off the Air, but Loyola's Emergency Room Continues to Save Lives


Loyola University Health System ER physicians talk about life in a real Chicagoarea level one trauma center and the impact the show has had on their lives and the field of ER medicine.
16-Mar-2009 11:25 AM EDT

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