December, 2012

Is your office job hurting your back?

Just like you maintain a good work ethic all day long, it’s also important to maintain good posture.

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Recovering From Trauma: Firefighters

Firefighters, like anyone else, have difficulty coping with trauma.

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Battling Crohn’s Disease

Number one: it’s not visible. Number two, it’s not easy to talk about and number three, when you have these problems, it`s socially isolating.

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University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System – Department of Interventional Radiology

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System is helping Chicago’s women overcome uterine fibroid tumors without major surgery or loss of fertility.

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USA Vein Clinics

USA Vein Clinics help to eliminate the physical burden that venous inefficiencies cause. The common belief is that vein problems are always just visible. A majority of patients do not have visible signs of the disease at all. Instead, patients suffer in silence.

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Lifting heavy objects

One of the main reasons you may be having back pain is because you’re picking things up the wrong way.

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Midway Pain Center – Surgery Alternatives

Midway Pain Center can treat your pain without surgery.

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Illinois Cancer Specialists

One in five Americans will be affected by skin cancer. Illinois Cancer Specialists offers a state of the art procedure […]

Climbing Your Way to Better Health

Rock climbing walls are quickly becoming gym staples – bringing a bevy of benefits with them

Healthy Bites with Pradhan Balter of Victory’s Banner

Jane teams up with Pradhan to learn how to create a fluffy AND healthy omelet.

How To: Work out in the Heat

Beat the heat with these outdoor workout tips!

Rock Steady Boxing: Fighting back against Parkinson’s

Boxing is a great workout for anyone but for people with Parkinson’s, it’s a way to fight back.

When Exercise becomes Excessive

Exercise is necessary and healthy when done the right way but for some athletes, lines sometimes blur.