New Moms Celebrate Breastfeeding Awareness Month

On August 25 and 26 two new babies arrived at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital just in time to celebrate the last day of Breastfeeding Awareness Month. Both of the brand new moms made the decision to breastfeed their babies long before they arrived.
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Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Announces Colleagues of the Month

Early in 2020 much of the work taking place at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital focused on preparing to treat potential patients affected by COVID-19. But even while navigating ever-changing concerns and acting upon the latest information, colleagues were being recognized for their outstanding work as colleagues of the month. Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital announced March 2020 – August 2020 recipients today.
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Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Supports Local Breastfeeding Moms

In 2011, the United States Breastfeeding Committee designated August as National Breastfeeding Month. Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital supports the effort to recognize that breastfeeding provides a strong emotional connection between mother and infant; provides a safe, reliable and renewable food source; and is a proven primary prevention strategy, protecting both infants and mothers from a host of chronic and acute diseases and conditions.
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COVID-19 Triggers Stigma from Public, Behavioral Health Expert Says

Although no one is immune from the effects of COVID-19, a stigma still surrounds the virus, a behavioral health professional from central Illinois said.
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COVID-19 Update: August 5, 2020

This is a joint communication from the Logan County Department of Public Health and Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital updating you on the status of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Logan County. This communication will come only when a NEW COVID-19 positive case is confirmed and identified as someone who resides in Logan County.
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