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  • The inability to forgive: It’s harmful to your health

     
    Most people would acknowledge that stress is bad for your health. But few know that the inability to forgive – accompanied as it often is by anger, bitterness and resentment — is also harmful to your health and may even impede your recovery from di
  • Emmaus cancer survivor honored

     
    Nancy Hill has lived five years since being diagnosed with breast cancer, a feat that hasn't gone unnoticed. Hill, who lives in Emmaus, was recently recognized as a five-year cancer survivor at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America's annual "Celebrate...

    Hispanic woman helps spread cancer awareness among minorities

    Hispanic woman helps spread cancer awareness among minorities
    After several years of annual mammograms, Chris Lopez Johnson remembers saying to a friend: "I wonder why I keep going. Whenever I go, it always comes back negative." Johnson, who grew up in Waukegan and lives in Winthrop Harbor with her husband, Rick,...

    CTCA honors Winthrop Harbor woman as an extraordinary nurse

     CTCA honors Winthrop Harbor woman as an extraordinary nurse
    Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern) has honored Patrice Dillow, MSN, RN, APRN, WOCN with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses in recognition for her commitment and patient-centered approach...

    Filmmaker visits Boca to discuss PBS cancer series that premieres March 30

    Filmmaker visits Boca to discuss PBS cancer series that premieres March 30
    In medicine, the Big C — as in cancer — is poised to overtake heart disease as America's No. 1 killer. A new documentary series, however, tells of a more encouraging C-word: Cure. Barak Goodman, director of a PBS series based on the Pulitzer...