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2015/03/02 15:17
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... stay, 4 percent fewer complications, and 5.9 percent lower risk-adjusted mortality rates. The winners also performed better than peer-group hospitals on 30-day readmissions for heart failure,...
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2015/02/26 23:13
2015/02/26 23:13
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Two major insurers are charging much more than others for several common HIV and AIDS medications in Illinois, drawing complaints from AIDS advocates that the companies may be trying to discourage...
2015/02/24 07:08
2015/02/24 07:08
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In November, Woker had her third valve replacement surgery, which left her unable to do much other than brush her teeth for days. It was the 16th surgery or procedure Woker, 42, had endured since she...
2015/02/24 02:13
2015/02/24 02:13
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Susan Sher was at her son Graham Moore's side in Los Angeles over the weekend, beaming as he won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay. Next month, Sher will be after a prize of her own. As senior...
2015/02/23 16:43
2015/02/23 16:43
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Education Month. For those unfamiliar with the term, CTE focuses on college and career readiness through innovative work-based learning experiences, rigorous academic application, and dual...
2015/02/22 21:03
2015/02/22 21:03
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I-70 backs up A snow storm swept across parts of Colorado's Front Range and dumped up to three inches an hour in some areas as residents coped with another round of wintry weather that could...
2015/02/22 16:41
2015/02/22 16:41
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Erin Meredith, a fifth-generation Republican who lives in Austin, Texas, was no fan of President Obama's Affordable Care Act, which she considered just another wasteful government handout. She didn't...
2015/02/22 06:26
2015/02/22 06:26
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State Sen. Mattie Hunter, D-Chicago, and State Rep. Robyn Gabel, D-Evanston, reintroduced the Healthy Eating Active Living Act on Thursday after sponsoring it last year. The proposal would place a...
2015/02/17 08:42
2015/02/17 08:42
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Motherhood Savings Today (MOST), a project designed by UChicago students to help low-income expectant mothers save money during pregnancy, was one of the two winning projects at the Healthy Chicago...
2015/02/17 01:19
2015/02/17 01:19
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Erin Meredith, a fifth-generation Republican who lives in Austin, was no fan of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, which she considered just another wasteful government handout. She didn’t sign up...
2015/02/14 09:19
2015/02/14 09:19
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Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Chairman Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., sitting next to the committee’s ranking member Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., listen to testimony during a...
2015/02/14 00:40
2015/02/14 00:40
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One afternoon in the early 1980s, Suren Sehgal brought a strange package home from work and stashed it in his family's freezer. Wedged beside the ice cream, it was wrapped in heavy plastic and marked,...
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2015/02/13 04:22
2015/02/13 04:22
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Pakistani nomad women carry water to their houses at dusk in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, Feb 12, 2015. People living in suburbs of the capital are lacking basic necessities of life. (AP Photo/B.K....
2015/02/10 04:20
2015/02/10 04:20
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URBANA — A new University of Illinois college of medicine in Urbana has cleared its first hurdle, though a more significant test will come in March. The campus Academic Senate voted Monday to...
2015/02/09 00:40
2015/02/09 00:40
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... course, nothing helps families make ends meet like higher wages. . . . And to everyone in this Congress who still refuses to raise the minimum wage, I say this: If you truly believe you could work...
2015/02/06 16:50
2015/02/06 16:50
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By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 6, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The number of measles cases in the United States continues to climb, with Illinois health officials saying five babies...
2015/02/05 06:51
2015/02/05 06:51
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Created: 02/04/2015 10:52 PM By: By CARLA K. JOHNSON CHICAGO (AP) — An Illinois prison watchdog group that documents the anguished voices of youth in understaffed juvenile facilities is among the...
2015/02/04 00:40
2015/02/04 00:40
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Gov. Bruce Rauner's request for a hiring freeze fizzled at the Illinois Department of Transportation, where 1,765 workers were added following his Nov. 4 election. About 93 percent, or 1,648 of those...
2015/02/03 13:09
2015/02/03 13:09
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Like many mothers raising children in Chicago’s housing projects in the 1990s and 2000s, Seitia Harris was afraid of the drugs and violence that were pervasive in the neighborhood where she lived,...
2015/02/02 17:13
2015/02/02 17:13
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... our gift to our southern neighbors. Maybe drunks wouldn't kill so many on our highways, or our health-care system wouldn't be so overwhelmed and costly. Maybe not so many families would fall...
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