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Sensor study launching at Carle attracts national attention

Information from the penny-sized, battery-free flexible sensors will alert staff and help prevent skin sores, irritation and pressure ulcers.

Research and philanthropy drive decade of cancer center progress

Parking lot becomes world-class cancer center where the way people are treated is just as important as the treatment.

Latest social media challenge impacts airways, breathing

The “condom snorting challenge” has gone viral, but participating can lead to damaging health outcomes.

Thinking Uber instead of an ambulance for stroke? Don't!

“Every minute spent in an Uber is a minute that could be spent getting potentially life-saving pre-hospital care.”

Nurse gathers experience in patients' homes, in her community

Nurses looking for a rewarding change can learn more about nursing careers at Carle on May 3 during a Nursing Virtual Job Fair.

Volunteers make 'reality' of hospital easier for kids

Trained volunteers support kids in the hospital with virtual reality therapy that complements medical care.

For safety sake, dump unused prescriptions at Take Back Day

To help curb the opioid overdose trend, Carle works with local law enforcement to control prescription drug abuse.

Carle receives an 'A' for quality patient safety and accountability

Continuous improvements and quality care are top priorities while caring for the region’s sickest patients.

Timely tech inspires healing, reduces children's fears

Region’s first child-friendly CT projector creates unique scenes to make tests less scary for young patients.

Community partners join forces for services and healthy smiles

Carle's Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery team plays a critical role in providing much-needed dental care to area residents.

Badminton lover serves up selflessness in healthcare

Student leader Priyanka Bahel shares passion for helping and builds leadership skills earning her a Governor’s Volunteer Service Award.

Tanner's tale: Epilepsy, autism and a team that won't quit

Carle Foundation Hospital achieved Level 3 Epilepsy Center accreditation from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.

Carle neurology innovators gain Level 3 Epilepsy Center accreditation

The only other hospitals in the state to achieve this designation are in Chicago, Peoria and Springfield.

Expert schedule juggler applauds healthcare from anywhere

Mother with chronic asthma uses InstaCare for fast treatment without missing work or losing time with her family.

Sudden hearing loss leads to tech-aided transformation

“She opted for the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) ... which carries the sound from the hearing ear to the non-hearing ear.”

Research-rich career changes lives far beyond cellular level

Dr. Greenberg’s life work is impactful to patients and their families, with the digestive health team serving about 5,000 patients a year.

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