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Stop the Coronavirus: The Science of Washing Your Hands

Stop the Coronavirus: The Science of Washing Your Hands

It seems surreal: Twenty seconds of handwashing with plain soap and water are powerful enough to destroy microscopic coronavirus particles…

Stolen Memories

Stolen Memories

The losses of Alzheimer’s disease mount for patients and their families Lynn Roberts first noticed her mother’s memory issues in…

What it’s Like to Live with Dementia

What it’s Like to Live with Dementia

Chicago resident Tom Doyle shares with us what living with dementia is like for him. Here are his words, as…

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Amid Pandemic, Programs Struggle to Reach Vulnerable Seniors Living at HomeAffiliate

Amid Pandemic, Programs Struggle to Reach Vulnerable Seniors Living at Home

Close down group meals for seniors. Cancel social gatherings. The directive, from the Illinois Department on Aging, sent shock waves…

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Doctors Ponder Best Advice as Patients Recover from CoronavirusAffiliate

Doctors Ponder Best Advice as Patients Recover from Coronavirus

When David Vega fell ill with the novel coronavirus in mid-March, fever, chills and nausea left the 27-year-old Indiana medical…

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Sensory-Friendly EventsCharities

Sensory-Friendly Events

Chicago theaters and museums set the scene for families with special needs Chicago has a wealth of cultural opportunities, but…

Business of Healthcare

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Coronavirus Pushes Hospitals to Share Information About Stocks of Protective GearAffiliate

Coronavirus Pushes Hospitals to Share Information About Stocks of Protective Gear

Above photo: Tom Cooper, Nashville General Hospital’s supply chain director, inspects a box of N95 respirators. The hospital is among…