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Life-Changing Secrets Every Menopausal Women Should Know

Silver Cross will host a free program on Restoring Your Vaginal Youth on April 14 

New Lenox, IL (March 31, 2016)— For two years, New Lenox resident and internal medicine physician, Dr. Diana Jaime, suffered with increasing vaginal discomfort due to dryness. Simply wearing jeans or driving a car for a while would cause her to experience more symptoms.  Dealing with menopause goes beyond hot flashes, it interferes with your activities and family time. For Diana, bike rides and zumba classes were off her to do list.  Her discomfort was due to severe vaginal dryness. She tried water-based lubricants and low dose hormonal creams, but found no relief. Unfortunately, she was not a candidate to take oral hormones since this type of medication caused her blood to clot. After trying what she thought were the only options to get relief for menopausal dryness, she figured she would just have to live with it. Then her life dramatically improved after talking with a girlfriend. Her friend suggested she see Dr. Francisco Garcini who could help her find relief through a new non-surgical procedure called vaginal rejuvenation. 

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Heartburn can cause Esophageal Cancer. Early Detection can Save Lives.

Advanced Endoscopy Center at Silver Cross Hospital hosts free educational program April 21

New Lenox, IL (March 30, 2016) -- Cancer claims the lives of over 580,000 people in the U.S. each year and is the leading cause of death in Will County, Illinois. But what many people are surprised to learn is that every 36 minutes, someone in America dies of esophageal cancer. And that one in five people diagnosed with esophageal cancer only survive five years. This is because the disease is usually discovered at late stages when treatment is rarely successful. The key to surviving esophageal cancer is early detection. 

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Spring Allergies Have You Sneezing?

Silver Cross Offers Tips to Help Families Know When to Seek Medical Attention 

New Lenox, IL (March 29, 2016)— Are you constantly sneezing, have a stuffy nose or itchy, watery eyes? Than you maybe one of more than 50 million Americans suffering from allergies each year. According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States. For some, high counts of pollen, mold and grass can trigger spring allergies that can begin in February and last until the early summer. Silver Cross l offers ways to avoid triggers so you can get relief from spring allergies.  

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Silver Cross Hospital Shares 5 Ways to Prevent Colon Cancer

New Lenox, IL (March 28, 2016) — Colon cancer does not get the same high-profile attention as other diseases, but it should.  According to the 2013 Will County Community Health Assessment Report, it’s the third most commonly diagnosed cancer among women and men, as well as the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the area. 

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Silver Cross Health Center-Homer Glen to Hold Open House on April 14

New Lenox, IL (March 25, 2016)—Silver Cross will hold a community Open House and Business After Hours for Homer Township Chamber of Commerce members on Thursday, April 14, from 4:30 to 8 p.m. in the Silver Cross Health Center at 12701 W. 143rd St.in Homer Glen.

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