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  • Woman, 61, gives birth to own grandchild

    Woman, 61, gives birth to own grandchild
    Almost 39 weeks ago, Kristine Casey set out on an unusual journey to help her daughter and answer a spiritual calling. Her goal was achieved late Wednesday when she gave birth to her own grandson at age 61. Casey, possibly the oldest woman to give birth...
  • Poison center offers expert advice, 'calming voice'

    Poison center offers expert advice, 'calming voice'
    The day started normally for dozens of families across the state. Then, at some point, things took a turn. A father spotted his young daughter eating pain relief cream. A mother discovered her 6-year-old holding a package with six Children's Tylenols...
  • In Illinois, uninsured women now waiting for mammograms

    In Illinois, uninsured women now waiting for mammograms
    Laurie Linke is due for a screening mammogram, but she might not get one anytime soon. After filling out forms that qualified her for a state program for uninsured women, she was placed on a waiting list. Linke was counting on getting a free mammogram...
  • Conjoined twins lose battle for life

    Conjoined twins lose battle for life
    It was the day that Brianna Manns, mother of conjoined twins Kameron and Kaydon Hayes, had long dreaded. The sons she had sought to keep alive for more than 16 months were dying. The infants were fighting an infection. Their shared heart was beating...
  • Long-term care: Think about it while you're young, experts say

    Long-term care: Think about it while you're young, experts say
    Living at home is no longer a safe option for Anna Vitko, who has been in and out of the hospital at least six times since June. She's unsteady on her feet and has battled numerous health problems, including diabetes, congestive heart failure and chronic...
  • Love and HIV: Couples forge relationships despite challenges

    Love and HIV: Couples forge relationships despite challenges
    Kathy Jacobs-McLoyd didn't expect to fall in love with someone with HIV. But when the man she had recently spent time volunteering with in Kenya sent her a six-page love letter, she opened up to the possibilities. "One day early on, I turned to look at...
  • Mom makes agonizing decision, turns her daughter in

    Mom makes agonizing decision, turns her daughter in
    When Carla Clark's cellphone rang, she assumed the news was bad. The phone number displayed on the caller ID belonged to the probation officer for her daughter, Melissa. It was the last Tuesday of December, the day Melissa was scheduled to be taken...
  • Specialty dental care remains out of reach for many poor Illinois children

    Specialty dental care remains out of reach for many poor Illinois children
    A smile revealing rows of healthy white teeth spreads across 8-year-old Maria McCarthy's face. Confident and poised, the Skokie girl smiles easily. But five years ago, when she arrived as a foster child at the home of Michael and Ana McCarthy, her baby...
  • Outpatient facility, nurses fined over improper X-ray machine use

    Outpatient facility, nurses fined over improper X-ray machine use
    Two nurses and Rush SurgiCenter have been fined by a state agency for violating radiation protection regulations after an investigation found that the nurses operated X-ray equipment they were not supposed to use. By Illinois law, radiologic equipment...
  • Unnecessary medicine: Physician groups list 45 overused tests, procedures

    Unnecessary medicine: Physician groups list 45 overused tests, procedures
    Should you get a cardiac stress test as part of your annual checkup? A chest X-ray before outpatient surgery? A CT scan or antibiotics for chronic sinusitis? In most cases, no. But patients get these commonly used tests and procedures — and many...
  • Living kidney donors push for better data on risks

    Living kidney donors push for better data on risks
    Lisa Giles didn't expect anything major to go wrong when she became a living organ donor to help her older brother. Doctors told her the surgery posed little risk and that she could live a long, healthy life with a single kidney. But immediately after...
  • Illinois urged to investigate doctors with tainted records

    Illinois urged to investigate doctors with tainted records
    Six years ago, Oklahoma took away the medical license of a physician over sexual misconduct. A managed care organization in that state took emergency action to suspend the doctor's clinical privileges, and New York also revoked the doctor's license to...