Monday Mar 3
University Adopts New Policy To Keep Gay Weddings Off Campus Grounds
Ahead of Illinois' gay marriage law going into effect in June, Loyola University Chicago has adopted a new policy that will restrict same-sex couples from wedding on campus.
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Monday Mar 3
The Rise of Tracy Pintchman - UCSB Ph.D. Alumna, First Towbes Fellow and Goddess Guru
The goddesses were smiling on Tracy Pintchman back in 1992 when she earned her Ph.D. in religious studies from UC Santa Barbara .
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Why shingles affects mostly people who are middle age and older
Shingles is a painful viral infection that affects almost 1 million people worldwide and 30 percent of Americans every year.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Alma Mater, or Not
The latest installment in the two-steps-forward, one-step-back progress towards marriage equality in the United States: The news recently broke that Loyola University Chicago would not allow same-sex weddings to take place in its iconic Madonna Della Strada chapel.
Students Protest the University That Taught Them How to Be Activists
Sophie Vodvarka never thought she would end up helping to organize a demonstration against the same university that gave her the skills to stage protests.
Medical News Today
Vascular disease affecting women 'poorly understood' by many health care providers
A vascular disease called fibromuscular dysplasia, which can cause high blood pressure , kidney failure, stroke and other symptoms -- mostly in women -- is "poorly understood by many healthcare providers," according to a Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
A Vascular Disease that Affects Mostly Women is "Poorly Understood" by Many Health Care Providers
A vascular disease called fibromuscular dysplasia, which can cause high blood pressure, kidney failure, stroke and other symptoms -- mostly in women -- is "poorly understood by many healthcare providers," according to a Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association.
New Blood Test Could Detect Heart Attacks More Quickly
MAYWOOD, Ill. - A new blood test can detect heart attacks hours faster than the current gold-standard blood test, according to a study led by Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine researchers.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Loyola Appoints Paula Hindle as Vice President for Nursing Strategy and Practice
Paula Hindle, MSN, MBA, RN, has been named vice president for nursing strategy and practice for Loyola University Health System.
Cleansing microbeads are everwhere -- including lakes and rivers
Plastic exfoliating microbeads - pinhead-sized spheres suspended in hundreds of facial scrubs, toothpastes and shaving creams - are silting fresh-water lakes , biologists say.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Loyola bans same-sex wedding ceremonies in new policy [Loyola University Chicago]
Loyola University Chicago changed its guidelines for wedding ceremonies on campus, adopting an official policy ahead of Illinois' equal-marriage law on June 1. The new policy, enacted last December, only allows Catholic weddings in the university's Madonna della Strada Chapel.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Loyola to Study How Stress Affects Heart Disease and Stroke Risk in Women
Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing researchers are recruiting women for a study to better understand how early life adversity and stress over one's lifetime are related to risk of developing heart disease and stroke in African American women compared to non-Hispanic white women.
American Heart Association awards Loyola $438,740 for cardiac research
The American Heart Association has awarded Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine $438,740 for cardiac research in 2013, bringing the lifetime total the organization has awarded to Loyola to $10.6 million.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Roland Gregory Meinert, Dec. 3, 1929 - Feb. 18, 2014
Services will be at 10:00 a.m. Friday, February 21, 2014 at Our Lady of Lourdes Church.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
All that snow might force gardeners to wait a little...
More than 60 inches of snow has fallen in Chicago so far this winter - about 25 inches above average - which makes this winter the third-snowiest in Chicago history, according to the National Weather Service.
New depression treatments reported
New insights into the physiological causes of depression are leading to treatments beyond common antidepressants such as Prozac and Zoloft, researchers are reporting in the in the journal Current Psychiatry .
Thu Feb 13, 2014
HCCA's 2014 Compliance Institute features Auditing and Monitoring educational track
It's one thing to have a compliance program, but to have a truly effective one, there must be regular auditing and monitoring.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
The Washington Post
Howard U. makes Peace Corps top college list
Howard University , a school that prides itself on a history of social engagement, on Tuesday landed on a national list of colleges that send the most volunteers to the Peace Corps.