Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital
200 Stahlhut Drive
Lincoln, IL 62656
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital News
More than 50 million Americans serve as caregivers for a friend or family member who has a disability or illness.
Returning home from the hospital with your baby safely restrained in a car seat can be both a relief and a stress storm.
Were you an allergy-free kid only to experience sniffles, sneezes and a runny nose now as an adult?
For Karen Deany, the smiles and excitement from her clients are the best part of the Logan County Fair held in August each year.
You might exercise to lose weight or prevent heart disease, but did you know that exercise can also help to reduce your risk of certain types of cancer?
The back to school transition can cause stress for your kids as they anticipate big changes from the summer schedule to a school routine.
You may only be aware of immunizations, or vaccinations, in children, but on-time vaccination is important in children and adults.
We’ve all been there. A fast food meal is quick and convenient, especially when you and your kids are on the go for activities and events.
When the dizziness began, Ron Beck, 75, thought it was related to his surgery to remove a cancerous kidney.
We’re constantly told to get outside and enjoy the summer weather, but once we try to do it we’re faced with intense sunlight, annoying bugs, and energized kids who have a tendency to substitute fun for safety.
Dining alfresco under the stars is a great family-friendly way to celebrate summer, but you don’t have to limit yourself to hot dogs and s’mores over the fire.
Your first step after a dementia diagnosis?
Heart pounding? When you feel flutters, pounding sensations or that your heart has skipped a beat – it could be love, but the medical term is heart palpitations.
In the summer, we spend a lot of time outdoors.
Early in Rachel Kesler’s pregnancy, her physicians discovered that Rachel’s kidneys were beginning to fail.
Last Labor Day weekend, Mark Kother punctured a vein on his shin while cutting up old metal lawn furniture.
What will you do upon retirement? The average American retires at age 62, and it’s often a time to look forward to relaxation and doing things you enjoy
Jodie Tate may not seem like your typical cardiac rehab patient at Passavant Area Hospital (PAH), but the 43-year-old Virginia native appreciates the confidence booster after suffering a spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) last November.
Three days a week, from 6 – 7 a.m., you’ll find Keith Snyder working out at the rehabilitation center at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital (ALMH).
Jennifer Hodgerson, 34, had never heard of tongue/lip ties in newborns prior to the arrival of her first child, Karl, five years ago.