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2015/01/27 05:34
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Providence Talks, an initiative aimed at closing the “word gap” between high- and low-income children before kindergarten, plans to expand its operations this spring as its pilot phase wraps up, said...
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2015/01/25 14:33
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There's a good reason why wolves became human companions long before domestic breeding turned them into everything from Great Danes to poodles, scientists in Vienna say. They wanted to be our friends...
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2015/01/23 11:13
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While many South Side residents share the hope that the library honoring the first African-American president will be built in the community where President Barack Obama rose to prominence, some are...
2015/01/22 02:50
2015/01/22 02:50
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The American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy in June last year asking its 62,000 member doctors to encourage parents to read to their babies daily. ON the third-floor hospital maternity ward...
2015/01/21 07:08
2015/01/21 07:08
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Two research teams based at the University of Chicago have received prestigious grants from the National Institutes of Health to develop novel medications to treat sleep apnea and asthma. The grants...
2015/01/20 08:55
2015/01/20 08:55
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Anyone undergoing surgery that involves being put into a drug-induced sleep comes into contact with an anesthesiologist - but these specialist physicians are also involved in numerous other medical...
2015/01/20 03:13
2015/01/20 03:13
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Of five Chicago hospitals on the South Side, the University of Chicago Medical Center is currently the best equipped to handle adult trauma patients who need emergency care, according to a recently...
2015/01/19 13:10
2015/01/19 13:10
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CHICAGO—When he moved back to Chicago after being away for 15 years, Maurice Samuels, 40, never thought he’d live in Woodlawn. He grew up in the area on the South Side of Chicago, and remembered its...
2015/01/15 22:21
2015/01/15 22:21
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Protesters who argue the University of Chicago should spend its resources reopening its trauma center instead of hosting the new Barack Obama Presidential Library hosted a die-in Tuesday night ahead...
2015/01/15 16:13
2015/01/15 16:13
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Shootings on Wednesday left one man dead and at least six others wounded across the city. A 24-year-old man was shot to death in the South Side Ashburn neighborhood Wednesday evening. Terrence...
2015/01/14 17:44
2015/01/14 17:44
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By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Your chances of being diagnosed with early breast cancer, as well as surviving it, vary greatly depending on your race and ethnicity, a new...
2015/01/08 13:20
2015/01/08 13:20
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Decision on seeking status is weeks away URBANA — Carle Foundation Hospital is considering applying to serve as one of the nation's top-tier Ebola treatment centers. Hospital officials are still...
2015/01/03 06:26
2015/01/03 06:26
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Bad genes and poor lifestyle choices aren’t the only reasons some people get cancer. A Johns Hopkins Medicine research study attributes most cancer cases to plain old bad luck. “All cancers are...
2014/12/29 14:50
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WASHINGTON — Political advisers, chiefs of staff, press secretaries and national security advisers have come and gone in the nearly six years Barack Obama has been president. Now, Obama's personal...
2014/12/29 12:13
2014/12/29 12:13
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When he was diagnosed with renal disease almost two years ago, Gustavo Galvez had never heard of dialysis. Doctors told Galvez, who had been working in the United States 17 years without legal...
2014/12/27 06:02
2014/12/27 06:02
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Political advisers, chiefs of staff, press secretaries and national security advisers have come and gone in the nearly six years Barack Obama has been president. Now, the White House...
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