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Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes and the Hispanic Community

Stephanie Amor-Arteaga, APRN, discusses how Type 2 diabetes affects the Hispanic Community and shares tips on prevention.

Rush News Article
Healthy Living

Why Maintaining a Healthy Weight is Important

Eftihia Davelis, DO, explains the importance of a healthy weight and weight management options.

Awards, Rankings and Recognitions

Rush Copley Cancer Care Center Earns National Accreditation

Accreditation from Commission on Cancer signifies high-quality cancer care

Rush Copley Cancer Care Center
Community

Nursing Runs in their Family

Mother and daughter chose nursing at Rush Copley for their career paths

Martha Lage and her daughter Stephanie
Community

Mother and Daughter Have Nursing in Common

Inspired by her mom and wanting to help people, Courtney Buttrum followed mom Becky into nursing

Becky and Courtney Buttrum
Patient Stories

Donna’s Story

Electrophysiologist Edward Lipman helps find the solution for Afib that was right for her

Donna Hensel and her husband
Women’s Health

Breast Pillows Bring Comfort to Surgery Patients

Cancer survivors make pillows as a way to give back

Breast pillows
Patient Stories

Barb’s Story: Therapy for Lymphedema

When painful lymphedema limited Barb’s range of motion, occupational therapist Joan Boska gave her hope

Barb Schumacher and Joan Boska
Heart Health

Managing Atrial Fibrillation

Edward Lipman, MD, electrophysiologist with Rush Copley Cardiovascular, explains what atrial fibrillation is, why it needs to be managed and how it can be treated.

Atrial Fibrillation
Awards, Rankings and Recognitions

Rush Copley ICU, ICA Receive Gold Beacon Awards for Excellence

Three-year award is critical care’s highest honor

Rush Copley ICA