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Dr. Susan Bleasdale Educates Chicagoans About Zika Virus

Dr. Susan Bleasdale Educates Chicagoans About Zika Virus

02/07/2016

As spring travelers embark for warm destinations, it’s important they know how the virus can be contracted and transmitted. Read More

UI Health Will Help Link Chronically Homeless Patients to Housing Services

UI Health Will Help Link Chronically Homeless Patients to Housing Services

01/27/2016

A $100,000 grant will allow UI Health to develop a way to link homeless patients to housing services improving their health and reducing overall healthcare costs Read More

Providers Weigh In: Don’t Let Type 2 Diabetes Control Your Life

Providers Weigh In: Don’t Let Type 2 Diabetes Control Your Life

01/26/2016

About 27 million people in the U.S. have type 2 diabetes. Many don’t even know they have it. Left uncontrolled, it can lead to complications and even death. Read More

Federal, Local, and State Leaders Visit UI Health Encouraging People to get Health Insurance

Federal, Local, and State Leaders Visit UI Health Encouraging People to get Health Insurance

01/14/2016

Danny Davis and other Federal, Local, and State Leaders Visit Mile Square Health Center Encouraging People to get Health Insurance Read More

UI Health Recognized for Treatment of Rare Blood Vessel Disease

UI Health Recognized for Treatment of Rare Blood Vessel Disease

01/13/2016

The Sturge-Weber Foundation has designated the UI Health a Center of Excellence for patients living with Sturge-Weber syndrome, a rare vascular disorder that can cause neurological abnormalities and glaucoma. Read More

Provider’s Weigh In: Regular Eye Checks are Crucial to Prevent Blindness

Provider’s Weigh In: Regular Eye Checks are Crucial to Prevent Blindness

01/05/2016

Over 2.7 million people in the U.S. over age 40 have Glaucoma. This number will reach 4.2 million in the next 15 years, reports the National Eye Institute. Awareness can slow down the disease. Read More