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The Heart-Mind Connection

Cardiovascular disease closely linked to depression  Source: Northwestern Medicine The mind and body are strongly...

Heart Failure Deaths Rising in Younger Adults

Study Uncovers Cause of Alarming Trend This article was originally published by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine News...

Fight Against Diabesity with the Movie BETTER

Source: Draxe.com Today, an estimated 1 in 4 American adults are diabetic or prediabetic. Many of these people are...

Motility Disorders: From Esophagus to Colon

When Digestion Stops  You do it all day, but take it for granted.  “You never think...

4 Moves That Can Make Everyday Life Easier

Spend a few minutes each day working on these four functional fitness exercises that mimic your daily...

Quick Dose: When Is a Migraine Cause for Concern?

For some people, migraines are triggered by stress, certain foods, lack of sleep, hormones, allergies and changes in the weather. “There are...

Genetic Mutation Most People Don’t Know About, But Should

Elburn, IL – Kristina Hughes was weaning her 14-month-old son from breastfeeding when she felt a lump. As a 27-year-old nurse practitioner with no family...

Fridays are Fantastic at Family Health Center!

Join us on the 1st Friday of each month for a store-wide 20% discount on your supplement purchase! In addition, many of our vendors...

Trailhead Health and Fitness Series at Sycamore Park District

Health & Fitness - Where do I start?  Wed, May 9 | 6:30-7:30pm $2 per person | FREE for Pathway Fitness Members and Pass Holders Kick it...

Eat to Beat: Diabetes Class Offered

Eat to Beat: Diabetes May 24 May 24, 2018 Thursday 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Northwestern Medicine Kishwaukee Hospital Leishman Center for Culinary Health DeKalb, IL Peggy Marchini, RD, & Jo Cessna,...

Oxygen Therapy at Family Health Center!

Oxygen feeds the body, supports the immune system, destroys toxic substances and promotes new cell growth. Oxygen is our primary source of energy; it...

DPH Offers Tips To Avoid Tickborne Illness

As the weather warms up, more ticks are starting to appear. Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Director Nirav D. Shah, M.D., J.D., reminds...