A recent study involving call center employees found that short impromptu breaks, called micro-breaks, designed to relax or socialize for a bit, increased job outlook, energy and enthusiasm of the associates, which happened to also increase sales.
With 20 percent of adolescents having experienced a depressive episode by the age of 18, Loyola Medicine pediatricians and primary care physicians will now screen patients ages 12-18 for depression during back-to-school physicals and routine office visits.
In recognition of World Hepatitis Day, July 28, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is encouraging people to talk with a health care provider to see if they should be tested or vaccinated for hepatitis A, B, or C.
The Loyola Center for Cancer Care & Research at Palos Health South Campus in Orland Park is the first center in Illinois – and only the fifth in the country – to offer a groundbreaking MRI-guided radiation therapy that targets tumors with millimeter precision.
In a world where almonds, soy beans and coconuts are just as much associated with “dairy” products as cows, it’s hard to believe that the movement toward non-dairy alternatives only gained such popularity in the last three to five years.
After suffering a severe cervical spinal cord injury from a bad fall at work, Scott McConnell had little function remaining in his hands and arms. Loyola Medicine orthopaedic surgeon Michael Bednar, MD, was able to restore key functions with a series of operations called tendon transfers.