Health in Bloomington, IL

Protein levels in human tears may have the potential to serve as reliable disease markers.

Kids in a frenzy over Fortnite? An expert shares tips for parents concerned about gaming habits.

Use these ideas to make sure your child is being properly nourished to conquer their school day.

Put it away at these times to ensure healthier relationships and improve overall wellness.

If you've ever felt like a deer in the headlights before taking a math test or speaking before a large group of people, you could benefit from a simple change in posture. As part of a new study by researchers at San Francisco State University, 125 college students were tested to see how well they could perform simple math—subtracting 7 from 843 sequentially for 15 seconds—while either slumped over or sitting up straight with shoulders back and relaxed. Fifty-six percent of the students…

You’re pregnant - now what? An expert gives an overview of an initial pregnancy checkup.

It's important that your little ones have a a positive example to model after; however, feeling overwhelmed with your own health minimizes extensively the ability to pass it along to your children. Our Raising Healthy Families Workshop will give you the tools and information to help empower you to make better decisions for you and your family. Whether you're a parent of a toddler or a grandmother of a teenager, this free workshop is for everyone
At this workshop you will:
- Learn…

If you've ever wondered why people run this 26.2 mile race over and over again, this survey may explain why.

Heart disease has quickly become the leading cause of death in North America. For most people, the first sign of finding out they have an unhealthy heart, is experiencing a heart attack
However, there are simple lifestyle changes you can make today, to help keep your heart healthy.
At this workshop you will learn:
- Why heart disease numbers continue to grow each year.
- The lifestyle changes used to prevent heart disease.
- The connection between high cholesterol and heart disease.

MightyVine, the Rochelle-based hydroponic grower of tomatoes, plans to double its operation by building two more greenhouses.

How Mondays Can Work for You
The Monday Campaigns is a global movement backed by leading public health schools that dedicates the first day of every week to health.
Every Monday, individuals and organizations join together to commit to healthy behaviors that help end chronic preventable diseases.

You knew Warrior ll was good for you, but how might it improve pulmonary disease symptoms?

How your lifestyle and medical history may increase your likelihood of getting the disease.

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One of the great things about summer is being able to enjoy natural food that is both nutritious and delicious. When you are shopping for fresh fruits and veggies, you should think about heading to the farmers market in Bloomington. Doing so will help you find the foods that are actually good for your body and can contribute to optimal foot health.

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Dr. Chelsea Rainey at AlignLife of Downtown Greenville is excited to introduce a new program geared towards couples hoping to conceive a radiantly healthy b

“Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the harmonies, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand that plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul.” – Wassily Kandinsky
People tend to think of their taste in art as being basically static; if one is a strict devotee of realism, one is not likely to wake up one day and find one’s self enamoured of the bright swirls of a Kandinsky painting, for example…

Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber paid a surprise visit to fans with Down syndrome in suburban Park Ridge Tuesday morning.