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Notification of a Potential Data Security Incident

Dear Madam/Sir: The Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, (“SIU”) is providing notice pursuant to 815 ILCS 530/25 in connection with an incident that may have involved the personal information of certain Illinois residents. This notice will be supplemented, if necessary, with any new significant facts discovered subsequent to its submission. While SIU is notifying you of this incident, SIU does not waive any rights or defenses relating to the incident or this notice. NATURE OF THE INCIDENT AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN SIU recently discovered that an unknown, unauthorized third party
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Recipe: Honey balsamic green beans

Vegetables, nuts and a dash of honey transform this healthy dish into something to savor. And one of the best parts? It's quick to whip up when you're pinched for time: Honey balsamic green beans I NGREDIENTS 4 cups trimmed and sliced green beans 2 cloves garlic, minced Salt and pepper 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 tbsp honey 1/4 cup pomegranate seeds 1/4 cup pistachios, chopped and roasted DIRECTIONS Trim beans. Sauté on medium heat with olive oil, salt and pepper for 3-5 minutes, or until all the beans are bright green Add balsamic vinegar and honey to the pan and toss until the beans are glazed
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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Nurturing mental wellness in a social media world: 5 essential tips for parents

In 2023, the Surgeon General issued an advisory that sounded the alarm on social media and the mental well-being of our children. According to Dr. Vivek Murthy, children say social media makes them feel worse about themselves and their friends, and yet they can’t put it down.
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A day in the life of an SIU Medicine resident physician

Life as a resident physician is not for the faint of heart. They must balance patient care, ongoing medical education and training requirements. Resident well-being is part of an ongoing national discussion as medical programs seek to reduce stress and prevent burnout among trainees. Dr. Julio Mendoza Estrada is a second-year internal medicine resident. We followed him on a typical clinic day to learn how he handles the stresses of resident life. “On average I work anywhere from 60 to 70 hours a week. Study hours every day are variable, depending on how busy that day was. But I'll often study
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A day in the life of an SIU Medicine resident physician

Life as a resident physician is not for the faint of heart. They must balance patient care, ongoing medical education and training requirements. Resident well-being is part of an ongoing national discussion as medical programs seek to reduce stress and prevent burnout among trainees. Dr. Julio Mendoza Estrada is a second-year internal medicine resident. We followed him on a typical clinic day to learn how he handles the stresses of resident life. “On average I work anywhere from 60 to 70 hours a week. Study hours every day are variable, depending on how busy that day was. But I'll often study
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