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Northwest Community unveils $1 million Wellness Center upgrades
Daily Herald report
Jan 22, 2018 5:48 PM
Northwest Community Healthcare officials cut the ribbon Monday on a $1 million renovation of its Wellness Center in Arlington Heights.
Schaumburg to sign lease to relocate nursing division
By Eric Peterson
Jan 22, 2018 3:15 PM
Schaumburg trustees are poised Tuesday to approve a 62-month lease allowing the village's nursing and senior services division to relocate this summer to Market Square shopping center.
Aldermen seek to give women a forum to tell their sexual harassment stories
Jan 19, 2018 9:12 AM
Four powerful Chicago aldermen are putting their political muscle together to create a platform for women who have felt the brunt of sexual harassment and bullying. The group has sponsored a resolution calling for the City Council Finance Committee to hold hearings giving victims a forum to tell their stories.
Citing evidence of torture, judge orders man convicted of double-murder released
Jan 19, 2018 11:20 AM
He was convicted of a double murder and was supposed to serve life in prison. But on Thursday a Cook County judge ordered Jaime Hauad, 37, released after serving 21 years behind bars.
Dr. Michael Ujiki named the Louis W. Biegler Chair of Surgery
Communication Strategies Group
Jan 18, 2018 8:21 AM
NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) has named Michael B. Ujiki, M.D., FACS, as the Louis W. Biegler Chair of Surgery, an endowed chair generously gifted by Mr. Biegler in 1992.
Edward, Elmhurst hospitals seeking dogs for therapy programs
By Keith Hartenberger
Jan 17, 2018 10:47 AM
Edward Hospital in Naperville and Elmhurst Hospital are seeking more dogs for their Animal-Assisted Therapy programs.
ACLU urges Chicago City Council to deny $5.5M subsidy to Presence Health
Jan 16, 2018 1:51 PM
The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois on Monday urged the City Council to deny a $5.5 million subsidy to Illinois' largest Catholic health system because of Presence Health's anti-abortion policy. "At a time when reproductive health care is under attack, the city of Chicago should work to expand access to the full range of women's health care -- not use taxpayer dollars to support an institution that imposes its religious beliefs to deny patients basic health care," the ACLU wrote in a letter addressed to all 50 Chicago aldermen.
Constable: 2½ years after applying for Social Security disability, finally a hearing
Jan 13, 2018 5:16 PM
After pain and chronic ailments cost Cheryl Watson her leisure activities and her job, the Hainesville woman applied for Social Security disability benefits in 2015. Her application is still working its way through the system.
Trump administration opens door to let states impose Medicaid work requirements
By Amy Goldstein
Jan 11, 2018 10:58 AM
The Trump administration issued guidance to states early Thursday that will allow them to compel people to work or prepare for jobs in order to receive Medicaid for the first time in the half-century history of this pillar of the nation's social safety net.
Debate heats up over proposed drug treatment center in Wheaton
By Katlyn Smith
Jan 11, 2018 6:02 AM
Wheaton residents showed up in force for a public hearing on a proposed drug and alcohol treatment center for recovering addicts.
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