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Debate on whether recreational use of marijuana should become legal in Illinois is shifting from candidates' opinions to evidence of benefit and harm.The advice several medical organizations and doctors... [Read More]
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Tiffani Bailey could see trees bend and hear the wind roar when she opened the door of her mobile home Dec. 1.For a few seconds,... [Read More]
HSHS St. John's Hospital and Memorial Medical Center will work together on projects to reduce accidental suffocation of infants in Sangamon County and expand health... [Read More]
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With Congress' repeal of the financial penalty for going without insurance set to take effect in 2019, signups for Illinois' health-insurance marketplace so far are... [Read More]
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With Congress' repeal of the financial penalty for going without insurance set to take effect in 2019, signups for Illinois' health-insurance marketplace so far are... [Read More]
Competing trauma programs at Memorial Medical Center and HSHS St. John's Hospital in Springfield keep making improvements to provide top-notch care for central and southern... [Read More]
Competing trauma programs at Memorial Medical Center and HSHS St. John's Hospital in Springfield keep making improvements to provide top-notch care for central and southern... [Read More]
Illinois Supreme Court justices on Thursday unanimously upheld a 2012 state law that established specific and relatively easy-to-meet rules for not-for-profit hospitals to avoid paying... [Read More]
Illinois Supreme Court justices on Thursday unanimously upheld a 2012 state law that established specific and relatively easy-to-meet rules for not-for-profit hospitals to avoid paying property... [Read More]
A federal judge has turned down "class-action" status for a lawsuit filed in 2015 by a female surgeon alleging systemic wage discrimination against female doctors... [Read More]
With the help of a registered nurse who visits her home and is available day and night by phone, Tracy Williams was able to adjust... [Read More]
A former Taylorville doctor's good works and reputation, combined with his chronic health problems, persuaded a Sangamon County judge to be lenient Thursday and spare... [Read More]
One of Illinois' most-renowned artists will create a painting depicting the healing role that women in the Roman Catholic religious order operating HSHS St. John's... [Read More]
The fact that Doug Thayer came down with influenza twice after getting a flu shot a year ago didn't stop him holding out his arm... [Read More]
When Lindsay Fox gave birth to her first baby last week, the Taylorville resident didn't think twice about whether her son should receive a shot... [Read More]
Flu shots will be offered on a walk-in basis and during a series of one-day clinics by the Sangamon County Department of Public Health beginning... [Read More]
What federal health officials call "steep and sustained" increases in sexually transmitted diseases across the United States the past four years have frustrated experts battling the... [Read More]
The 2017 suspension of a Springfield doctor's license will stand, according to an order from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation denying Carl... [Read More]
A Springfield woman has used her experience as a mother of two children with life-threatening food allergies to educate and engage an online audience of... [Read More]
The 2017 suspension of a Springfield doctor's license will stand, according to an order from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation denying Carl... [Read More]
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