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Alect2 amyloidosis: primum non nocere
Correspondence: Maria M. Picken, Department of Pathology, Loyola University Medical Center, Building 110, Room 2242, 2160 S. First Avenue, Maywood, Illinois 60153, USA.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Urinary microbiome altered in urge incontinence
The frequency and nature of bacteria in the urinary tract differs significantly between healthy women and those with urge incontinence, a US study demonstrates.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Kirk: Hines VA Hospital Problems Getting Worse
President Obama's deputy chief of staff is visiting an Illinois VA hospital accused of putting veterans on off-the-books waiting lists.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Oak Park Police: Two charged in connection with Clinton Avenue armed robbery
Demarko Johnson-Molette and Devontay Chambers have been charged in connection to the July 14 armed robbery in the 200 block of Clinton Avenue.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Five dead in I-55 crashes
Pam Monson Editor Eighteen minutes in the Interstate 55 Des Plaines River construction zone Monday proved more deadly than five months of road construction last year.
Loyola Stritch Summer Program Inspires Pre-Med Students
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine gave a taste of the experience this summer to college juniors and seniors or recent graduates looking to enter medical school.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Students get lesson on sustainable food production at Triton College
Area high school students took a crash course in the negatives and positives of how the nation's food is grown and ways to improve the process.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Loyola Developing Immortal Line of Breast Cancer Cells
MAYWOOD, Ill. - Biomedical scientist Kimberly L. Koss, PhD, is fighting an extremely aggressive and difficult-to-treat form of breast cancer.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Chicago violence continues a week later
Chicago shootings continued the weekend after the headline-grabbing Fourth of July weekend's 82 shootings last week.
Burn Injuries More Common in Summer
Burn injuries increase in the summer as people gather around fire pits, campfires and outdoor grills, say burn experts.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Man Gets 30 Years For Killing Infant Daughter, Soliciting Murder
A Cicero man who pleaded guilty to the 2010 murder of his three-week-old daughter and trying to hire someone to kill his girlfriend's relatives has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
An Alternative to Surgery for Graves' Eye Disease
MAYWOOD, Ill. - Don Parker was facing a second surgery to treat the bulging eyes and double vision he was experiencing due to Graves' eye disease.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Two Weeks After Brain Surgery, Patient Goes on Fishing Trip
MAYWOOD, Ill. - Just two weeks after undergoing delicate and complex brain surgery for a life-threatening condition, Bill Abt's surgeon cleared him to take a previously scheduled fishing trip.
Elgin Boy Recovering After Car Plunges Into Kane Co. Sinkhole
A 15-year-old Elgin boy is now at home recovering after he was seriously injured when the car his mom was driving plunged into a sinkhole and was driven over by pick-up truck on July 1, according to the Daily Herald.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Boy caught in sinkhole at home, in pain; fund set up
Benjamin Hernandez, the teen seriously injured in a sinkhole accident on a rural Kane County road, is recovering at his home in Elgin, and a fund has been set up to help him.
Stritch Student Named Schweitzer Fellow
MAYWOOD, Il. - The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship has selected Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine student Audrey Hertenstein to the prestigious 2014-15 class of Chicago Schweitzer Fellows.
Retired NFL Players May be at Risk for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
MAYWOOD, Ill. - Retired NFL players may be at risk for permanent hearing loss and tinnitus, according to Loyola University Medical Center ear surgeon John Leonetti, MD.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
My FOX Chicago
4th weekend brings more violence to Chicago
As of Saturday night, it had already been a violent weekend in Chicago with 27 people shot and 4 killed.
Have a fun -- but safe -- Fourth of July
Your hands, fingers, head and eyes are at greatest risk for injury if you set off fireworks at home, a doctor warns.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Elgin boy takes steps after sinkhole accident
Bev Horneemail@example.comSan Juanita Pineda comforts her son Benjamin Hernandez, 15, in the pediatric intensive care unit at Loyal Hospital in Maywood on Tuesday.