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Sunday, June 16, 2019
Whatever is causing your knee, hip, shoulder or elbow pain, you might have some unlikely allies hiding out in your pantry.
The sun is finally out after a long, long winter, and melanoma might be the last topic that you want to think about as you plan the next few months of summer fun.
Don't suffer in silence - take action to treat your sexual or urinary dysfunction today with help from experts at Loyola Medicine.
When it comes to fighting or preventing cancer, what you eat can be just as important as what you do.
More and more Americans are opting for bariatric surgery as an effective way to lose excess weight.
When April showers turn to May flowers, they do so thanks to the nourishing light of the sun. But for human beings, staying outside in the summer too long will inevitably result in sun-damaged skin.
Modern medicine moves fast, and sometimes it’s hard to keep up with every new development.
While the needs of those with an autism spectrum disorder are better understood than ever before, many of the struggles that people on the spectrum face are caused by the biases of people around them.
Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers in the U.S., with about 145,600 cases diagnosed each year.
During IBS Awareness Month, discover the impact your brain and your behavior can have on your gut from Loyola digestive health psychologist Sarah Kinsinger, PhD
Are you free for coffee? Meet us @countrysidebank on 5/1/19, 8-9:30am.
You can take care of your physical health by sticking to an exercise plan, and you can take care of your mental health with stress-reduction techniques or the help of a behavioral therapist. But what about your social health?
Asthma is very common in the United States, affecting 8.3 percent of all kids here.
Joe Janusz, president of the Peoria-area River City Bowling Association, is looking forward to bowling again following his heart transplant at Loyola University Medical Center.
Lower back pain is a major problem in the United States. One study found that from 1992 to 2006, lower back pain among adults 21 years or older increased from 3.9 percent to 10.2 percent.
“Can I hug your dog?” Echo had hardly climbed onto the couch when the young lady grabbed her.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), pelvic pain in women is incredibly common. One in six women of childbearing age have experienced pelvic pain in the past few months.
With the start of a new year, resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier and exercise more are in full swing, right?