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Photo provided by OSF Healthcare BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Illinois Wesleyan Athletics and OSF Healthcare have announced an official partnership between the two organizations. The two groups have entered into an exclusive three-year long agreement in which OSF will provide medical care for all IWU student athletes with the possibility to renew after the three years […]

Photo courtesy McLean County Facebook Page NORMAL, Ill. – The United States is currently navigating a third wave of COVID-19 infections; in some areas of the country, the rates of positive cases are higher than they have ever been. The highly contagious omicron variant is spreading rapidly throughout the population. Notably, even people who are […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare NORMAL, Ill.- The COVID-19 vaccine has finally arrived, although only healthcare workers have access at this time. Healthcare workers have started to receive their first doses of the vaccine, however some in the public are skeptical of the vaccine and possible long term effects. Libby Allison is the Media Relations […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare NORMAL, Ill.- Despite doctors and scientists encouraging people everywhere to wear masks in order to stop the spread of COVID-19, it has become a somewhat controversial topic.  Since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been many different variations of face coverings used as masks. There are cloth masks, disposable […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare website  BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center implemented a strict no visitor policy in response to the Governor’s stay home order and has implemented new digital solutions to combat the Coronavirus. The changes went into effect at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 21 with a few exceptions. One visitor […]

Photo courtesy to OSF Healthcare Facebook page BLOOMINGTON, Ill.- There are misconceptions about the Coronavirus and local health leaders stress the seasonal flu is far more concerning. In Illinois, health facilities are mostly treating the unusual Influenza B-Victoria strain of flu virus that hasn’t been seen since the 90s. Media Relations Coordinator Colleen Reynolds said, […]