Taking care of the mayor

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007475" title="Richard M. Daley" href="/topic/politics/government/richard-m.-daley-PEPLT007475.topic">Mayor Richard Daley</a> and his wife, Maggie, leave <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGHC0000021" title="Northwestern Memorial Hospital" href="/topic/health/healthcare/northwestern-memorial-hospital-ORGHC0000021.topic">Northwestern Memorial Hospital</a> after the mayor was hospitalized for two days in December 2002. Hours before Daley was released from a two-day hospitalization brought on by stomach <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAI0000047" title="Flu" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/flu-HEDAI0000047.topic">flu</a>, physicians said they had detected a brief abnormal heart rhythm in the mayor. Emerging from the hospital on a Sunday evening, the mayor said the episode had left him tired, humbled and a bit frightened. But he said he hoped to be back at work Monday.
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( John Lee, Tribune / December 29, 2002 )

Mayor Richard Daley and his wife, Maggie, leave Northwestern Memorial Hospital after the mayor was hospitalized for two days in December 2002. Hours before Daley was released from a two-day hospitalization brought on by stomach flu, physicians said they had detected a brief abnormal heart rhythm in the mayor. Emerging from the hospital on a Sunday evening, the mayor said the episode had left him tired, humbled and a bit frightened. But he said he hoped to be back at work Monday.

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