Health in Palos Hills, IL

A dermatologist shares six ways to protect against harmful UV-A light while driving.

Psychologist Sarah Kinsinger explains how hypnosis, cognitive behavioral therapy, breathing techniques and other behaviors relieve GI pain and problems.

At-home colonoscopy alternatives are gaining popularity, but are they as convenient as they seem?

Loyola Cardiologist Douglas Chapman, MD, answers the most common questions about heart health, from "what is heart disease?" to "what are the signs of a heart attack?"

Researchers find that this little tweak can increase consumption of healthy foods.

Watch the video to follow along with Sky Ting's Krissy Jones, as she leads you through an energizing wake-up yoga routine to get you ready for your da

The world is a giant petri dish. You and everything you come into contact with are carpeted with bacteria—so there’s no escaping microorganisms. The good news is that the vast majority of them are either benign or beneficial. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of births are at a 30-year low.

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Breathing exercises relax muscle tension, reduce stress and improve digestive health. Learn how to practice abdominal breathing.

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More than 150 "Superheroes of Hope" gathered Sunday for Cancer Survivors Day at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center.

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A family medicine physician offers advice on how to face the dreaded final leg of a long run.

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There are a lot of urban myths about the medication out there. A sleep medicine specialist helps sort fact from fiction.

Podiatrists say many popular summer shoes — from flip-flops to sandals to wedge heels — are some of the worst for your feet.

A low-calorie, kid-friendly recipe that provides a cup of healthy vegetables per serving!

A Lake Zurich couple who have traveled the country during their 45 years of marriage renewed their vows Sunday at a Starbucks coffee shop in their local Jewel Food Store.

"It's all about perspective," one man says, after writing a list entitled, "100 Good Things About Being Diagnosed with Cancer."

Researchers take a look at how a person’s happiness can truly have an effect on overall health.

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Eugene Lee, MD, a family medicine physician, has joined Loyola Medicine and will see patients at the Loyola Center for Health on Roosevelt.

A stroke can happen to anyone with very little warning. Here's what to watch out for.

Loyola gastroenterologists explain what you should ask the doctor before you have a colonoscopy to help make sure you get the highest quality screening test possible.

Most of us are guilty of wearing our shoes too long. Learn the signs of overuse, wear and tear.

Disturbed by the financial troubles of fellow oncology patients, one woman created a fund to shorten the gap.