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Listen to compelling stories, current health facts and powerful health resources from the health care professionals behind CHI Memorial. Together We’re Healthier is your destination for videos, podcasts, recipes and wellness articles that will inspire your mind, body and spirit and help you make smarter health care choices.


Eating well

Easy Oven Chicken Fajitas

Add a little spice to your weeknight dinners with easy oven chicken fajitas.

Confetti Coleslaw

Coleslaw is cold, crunchy, slightly sweet, and goes with just about anything.

Corn Casserole

Corn casserole is a comfort food with health benefits.


Living Well

  • Start a New Tradition AUG 05, 2020

    Traditions are important, no matter your age. They give us a sense of identity, strengthen relationships within a family unit or group of friends, and provide structure in a world that’s unpredictable.

  • Help for Bladder Infections JUL 20, 2020

    Bladder infections. For some they’re easy to identify, with burning, itching and pain when you go to the bathroom. Others might not realize they have a problem until they see another concerning symptom – blood in their urine.

  • Do the Heavy Lifting JUL 13, 2020

    If you’ve ever wondered how you can feel better or look better – or even take better care of your health, here’s one simple solution – hit the weights!

  • Here Comes the Sunscreen JUN 12, 2020

    What’s one thing you can do start your day off right? Adding sunscreen to your morning ritual. Even if you’re inside most of the day, the sun’s harmful rays can have a negative impact on your skin.

  • Tap Into Nature’s Positive Benefits JUN 05, 2020

    What if you could improve your mood, reduce stress or feelings of anger and quickly feel more relaxed with one simple change?

  • Pre-diabetes: what to know and what to do about it MAY 15, 2020

    As many as 88 million Americans – more than 1 in 3 – are living with prediabetes, and more than 80% don’t even know it! Pre-diabetes is a serious medical condition that causes blood sugar levels to be higher than normal, but not yet reaching the level of diabetes.