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Public Universities Outline ''Bill Of Health'' Initiative to Protect Access to Healthcare in Illinois (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Whether it is an outdated 50-year old pharmacy lab with rotary telephones at the University of Illinois at Chicago , or a brand new, $30-million research lab in Springfield at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine that remains dark because the school lacks operating funds, healthcare colleges at Illinois'' public universities are struggling to maintain viability amidst increasing costs
Health Centers Mark Cover the Uninsured Week (Newswise)
Health centers who care for six million uninsured support/recognize cover the Uninsured Week; Speakers available to talk about caring for uninsured.
Health-Care Issues Will Be Focus of Event on Saturday (RedNova)
"Community Empowerment Series: Focus on Health Care" will be presented by Abundant Faith Christian Center at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Renaissance Hotel, 701 E. Adams St.
Smith has done his homework (Detroit News)
Last year has been an eye-opener for Michigan State coach, who puts family first. It was nearly a year ago that Michigan State coach John L. Smith was informed that his wife Diana''s colon cancer was terminal, only to find out later that the severity had been misdiagnosed.
Patients are ignored in reform equation (Herald & Review)
The hope for some sort of meaningful medical malpractice reform by the Illinois General Assembly seems to be dwindling fast.
Valley business park lands first project (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
A new business park being created on a former rail yard in Milwaukee''s Menomonee Valley has landed its first development: a growing local company that makes frozen pizzas and sells them in supermarkets in the United States and Canada.
Illinois AG sues Texas company (BizJournals)
The Illinois Attorney General has sued an Arlington company accused of marketing health care discount cards that misled consumers into thinking they were getting insurance cards.
Pumping up the lottery (Lincoln Courier)
SPRINGFIELD - State lawmakers, desperate to close another billion-dollar budget gap, are eagerly eyeing the Illinois Lottery and all the money it might generate if people could buy tickets on the Internet.
Planned postpartum sterilizations often don''t occur (Medical Post Online)
CHICAGO â€“ It may be wise to provide birth control information to pregnant women even if they have requested postpartum sterilization. In a recent study published in Obstetrics and Gynecology, nearly half of pregnant women who requested postpartum sterilization wound up not having the procedure.
Area''s psychiatrist shortage may have serious fallout (Northwestern)
The Fox Valley is facing a severe psychiatrist shortage, according to local mental health officials. The consequences are serious and, in some cases, could be fatal.