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Tribune reporterAbout a day after Sen. Mark Kirk underwent another surgery to make room for his swelling brain, his neurosurgeon reported in a statement that Kirk is “doing quite well.” “He is alert, responding more rapidly to questions and the...
WGN NewsThree letters – a diagnosis that builds until a baby can't breathe. In adults it's just a common cold. For babies and toddlers it can be deadly. Deralyn Pullins' mother, an intensive care nurse, is used to sitting by a patient's bedside, not her baby...
Associated PressEx-presidential candidate John Edwards has a serious heart condition that will require a medical procedure next month and his illness limits his travel including for an upcoming court case over possible campaign violations, his doctor told a judge, who...
Sen. Mark Kirk, who suffered a stroke last weekend, recently returned from a five-day official trip to Poland, and a congressman who accompanied him said he showed no sign of illness during the trip — just the opposite. "He was vibrant, perky,...
Tags: Travel, U.S. Senate, Symptoms, Trips and Vacations, Politics
Lake County officials are trying to find relatives of a woman who died this week following a hunger strike begun at the county jail last month, the county coroner said. Lyvita Gomes, 52, whose most recent address was in Vernon Hills but who was from...
Tags: Symptoms, Police Arrests, Strikes, Strikes, Vernon Hills
Several years ago I had the good fortune to hear a neurologist give a professional paper about his post-mortem study of three historic figures with the goal of finding what relationship (if any) might exist between leadership and a nagging physical...
Johns Hopkins intensive care nurse Nelly E. Lopez spends so much of her workday monitoring patient distress alarms that she sometimes hears phantom beeps even when she is no longer on the job. Hopkins doctors say Lopez's "alarm fatigue" shows what is...
With any new medical treatment, the primary consideration for doctors is the evidence — how effective is it, what are the side effects, what are the indications, what is the appropriate dose, and so on. That should go for lawmakers and regulators,...
Just over a year ago, Russell Mikesell didn’t know how much more fight he had in him. The 65-year-old Ellsworth resident lost his right lung to cancer in February of 2010. He underwent months of chemotherapy and thought he was on the road to...
The first laboratory-confirmed case of seasonal flu was reported Friday by state health officials, who are using the milestone to remind residents to get vaccinated for the virus. The case involves an adult in the Baltimore region, and comes two months...
The latest injury report for Sunday’s regular-season finale between the Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals is out, and the Ravens confirmed that strong safety Bernard Pollared joined right guard Marshal Yanda and inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe as...
Johns Hopkins researchers, in the largest study to date, will map the genetic code for asthma in people of African descent in hopes of better understanding why the disease and other allergy-related ailments disproportionately afflict that population....
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