Health in Peoria, IL

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World Sight Day 2018, eye care's most important advocacy event, will be on 11 October 2018. This year’s call to action: Eye care everywhere.

Blurry vision, glare, and poor night vision are typical symptoms of cataracts. WebMD explains the condition with pictures including the causes, treatment options, and recovery.

It’s a fact of life for adults. Just like wrinkles, slowing metabolism and graying hair, your eyes are eventually affected by age. It’s important to understand how your eyes change with age and what y

CWTC is proud to announce our 2nd Annual Make A Scarecrow – Make A Difference event, Saturday September 29th. The event will be held in the CWTC parking lot at 3215 N. University Street in Peoria next to Walmart and begin at 11AM. The public is invited to make their very own scarecrow to take … Continue reading "MAKE A SCARECROW – MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"

You may think a low carbohydrate diet is healthy, but a new study says otherwise -- with caveats.

Allison Gleason, supervisor of the Women’s Center mammography program at OSF HealthCare Saint Anthony Medical Center, helps dispel some common myths about mammograms.

Cervical cancer was once the most common cause of cancer death for American women. Now, there’s a new option for detecting it.

One in every three Americans has prediabetes – that’s 86 million people. In the U.S, 23 percent of teens have prediabetes or diabetes. The numbers are staggering.

Elizabeth Smith, president and CEO of the Central Park Conservancy, explains how leadership is rooted in a passion for learning.

Do you sit in an office chair or on your couch for hours on end? Researchers say physical inactivity is not only taking a toll on your health, but your wallet as well.

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