Articles by "Bridget Kozlowski"

Bridget Kozlowski
Bridget Kozlowski

Bridget Kozlowski, health enews contributor, is a public affairs manager with Advocate Aurora Health. She holds a masters degree in Public Affairs and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, both from the University of Missouri. Bridget previously worked as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune and has also lead local government communications teams for both the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan and the Village of Lombard, Ill. Bridget loves trying new restaurants, traveling and spending as much time as possible with her son, husband and rescue mutt.

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Mitos y realidad: vacuna contra el COVID-19 para niños 
Mitos y realidad: vacuna contra el COVID-19 para niños
Un experto en pediatría expresa su opinión acerca de la actualización sobre la vacuna.
Pediatric surgeon and U.S. Army veteran who served in Afghanistan: ‘Parents are parents everywhere’ 
Pediatric surgeon and U.S. Army veteran who served in Afghanistan: ‘Parents are parents everywhere’
Dr. Kristina Sinacori Walick, pediatric surgeon for Advocate Children’s Hospital, is a U.S. Army Veteran. This Veterans Day, Dr. Walick shares how her time serving at a medical base overseas taught her how to not only be a more creative surgeon – but also more grateful for her life as an American citizen.
Myths vs. facts: COVID-19 vaccine for kids 
Myths vs. facts: COVID-19 vaccine for kids
A pediatric expert weighs in on the vaccine update.
La Dra. Huerta explica cómo es inspirar a pacientes diversos: “Veo una lucecita en sus ojos, que parece decir: ‘¡Oye, se parece a mí!’ 
La Dra. Huerta explica cómo es inspirar a pacientes diversos: “Veo una lucecita en sus ojos, que parece decir: ‘¡Oye, se parece a mí!’
Inspirada por su propia experiencia al crecer con padres inmigrantes, la Dra. Imelda Huerta-Galvez dijo que emplea la empatía cuando trabaja con niños de familias donde el inglés es el segundo idioma
Is pumpkin spice good for you?  Featured
Is pumpkin spice good for you?
Prepare your sweaters, flannel shirts and stocking caps. It will be that time of year again soon.
Dr. Huerta on inspiring diverse patients: ‘I see a little light in their eyes like – ‘hey, she looks just like me!’’ 
Dr. Huerta on inspiring diverse patients: ‘I see a little light in their eyes like – ‘hey, she looks just like me!’’
Dr. Imelda Huerta-Galvez employs empathy when working with children from families where English is a second language.
Playground safety: Enjoying outdoor activity while avoiding injury 
Playground safety: Enjoying outdoor activity while avoiding injury
A pediatric orthopedic surgeon encourages parents to be vigilant and help mitigate injuries at crowded playgrounds.