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Author Lisa O'Neil

  • Lisa O'Neil

    Advocate Director of Public Affairs-Central Region

    Lisa O’Neil, health enews contributor, serves as Director of Public Affairs-Central Region for Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and Advocate Eureka Hospital. She enjoys spending time with her husband, three children, and mini-golden doodle. In her spare time, you will most likely find her on the tennis court or on the back of her husband’s Harley, cruising the many scenic routes around the northwest suburbs.

 

Are Breastfed Babies Smarter?

The benefits for newborns are well-documented, but what about long-term cognitive development?

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Should you replace your athletic shoes?

New footwear may be costly in the short term, but can prevent injuries and keep you active in the long run.

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How to Be More Likable

You may have thought this was out of your control.

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7 Tips to Help you De-Stress

Peace of mind is not always easy to come by. An expert offers advice for managing your crazy busy stressful life.

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Tips for getting a good night’s sleep in any guest bedroom

Trouble sleeping away from home? An expert explains five things to do to ensure your sleep isn’t lacking when traveling.

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What’s the Secret to Slimming Down?

An expert says adding these 10 slimming foods to your diet will help you reach your end goal.

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How to Prepare Your Child For a New Addition

Getting a new sibling can be an exciting but confusing time. A pediatrician offers tips for preparing kids of different ages.

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8 Tasty and Healthy Bedtime Snacks

You’ve likely heard eating late makes you gain weight. An expert suggests these nighttime treats to help with weight loss.

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Are These Popular Diet Mantras Fact or Fiction?

A dietitian weighs in on five common diet myths and offers advice for people trying to lose weight.

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Wine, Food and Botox

A plastic surgeon weighs in on Botox parties. Are they riskier than a one-on-one appointment?

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