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TribLocal - Crystal Lake » NewsIf Centegra Health System builds a hospital in Huntley, a patient could be treated by any doctor with privileges and maybe even a personal favorite …...
Money & CompanyThe radiation doses emitted by the most common airport scanners are extremely small and pose no significant health risk, according to a new report by a doctor at UC San Francisco. Still, Rebecca Smith-Bindman, a doctor at the university's radiology......
HealthSacred Heart Hospital in Allentown has joined about 15 other medical imaging centers in the Lehigh Valley to receive accreditation in Computed Tomography by the American College of Radiology. The college is the gold standard in imaging, so patients who go...
Opinion L.A.Most viewed and commented: Diagnosis as disease Are doctors overmedicating their patients, and subsequently raising healthcare costs? That's what H. Gilbert Welch contends. The practicing physician and professor of medicine at the Dartmouth Institute...
Life often takes unexpected twists and turns, as it did for Jeff Henry, 29, of Huntington Beach. Henry always knew he wanted to be a teacher. He was a volunteer coach in a youth program and quickly realized teaching went hand in hand with coaching. With a...
Vital Signs Health Blog - Orlando SentinelNemours, which is building a children's hospital at Lake Nona's “medical city” complex,Â hasÂ appointedÂ Dr. Lane F. Donnelly to the positions of Chief Medical OfficerÂ and Physician-in-Chief at Nemours Childrenâs Hospit...
TribLocal - EvanstonThe Rotary Club of Evanston was one of six local-area Rotary clubs and other organizations that recently worked together to provide a digital X-ray system …...
"Am I going to die?" "Will I lose my hair?" "Will I ever be really well again?" These are among the questions that people newly diagnosed with breast cancer typically ask. To answer them and to smooth the intense emotional experience and complex...
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The nuclear disaster following the Japanese earthquake and tsunami has Americans worried about the risks of exposure to radiation. The Food and Drug Administration has begun screening imported seafood after a number of nations banned Japanese imports...
Baltimore SunScreening for breast cancer isn't like looking for a needle in a haystack. It's harder. It's like looking for needles in a big field of haystacks, where some of the haystacks have needles, while most don't, but you don't know which are which, so you...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesDensity. It's a less obvious feature of the female breast than, say, size. But at least when it comes to good health, it's probably more important. In fact, it just might be the greatest cancer risk you've never heard of. Study after study has found...
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