Nursing Central Illinois Black Nurses Group Advocates For Patients—And Themselves By Tiffani Jackson • Oct 10, 2019 Tiffani Jackson / WGLT Race and healthcare have a dark history together. The 1932 Tuskegee Syphilis experiment is perhaps the most infamous example, when over 100 innocent black men were infected with the disease and died from its effects. HCC Trains Student Nurses In Maternal Mortality Prevention By Mary Cullen • May 9, 2019 Mary Cullen / WGLT The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report 700 women die every year in the U.S. from pregnancy-related complications. First Lady Pushes For Expanded At-Home Newborn Checks By Mary Cullen • Sep 7, 2018 Mary Cullen / WGLT Illinois First Lady Diana Rauner visited Bloomington-Normal on Friday to discuss the importance of Illinois Family Connects, a free newborn home visit program. Futurist Looks Beyond Government and Doctors To Reform Health Care By Ryan Denham & Erin Rickert • Aug 29, 2018 Ryan Denham / WGLT If you're looking for the federal government to fix the American health care system, Jeff Bauer says you're looking in the wrong place. Free Clinic To Benefit From New ISU Nursing College Program By Mary Cullen • Jul 12, 2018 Community Health Care Clinic / Facebook Illinois State University's Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) received a $2.8 million grant to fund a new project that will educate student nurses on preventative practice. ISU Nursing College To Bolster Preventative Practice With $2.8M Grant By Mary Cullen • Jul 10, 2018 Mennonite College of Nursing / Facebook Illinois State University’s Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) is launching a new program that will teach student nurses about preventative practice. Mother Told To Pump Milk In Men's Restroom At Chicago Court By AP • Apr 24, 2018 myllissa / Creative Commons via Flickr A nursing mother is suing for discrimination after being told she should use the men's restroom to express breast milk when she reported for jury duty at a Chicago court.