North Suburban Kid Turns Food Allergy Fears Into Educational DocumentaryCBS 2's Dana Kozlov introduces us to that young filmmaker and his vision.
How An Elimination Diet May Improve Your Child's HealthDoes your child suffer from allergies? Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, author of "The Dirt Cure," shares how an elimination diet may be the secret to a healthier and happier life!
Doctor Creates Superheroes To Teach Kids About Asthma, AllergiesCBS 2's Mai Martinez shows us how he's helping kids breathe easier.
Spring Rains Leading To High Mold, Pollen Counts, Allergist SaysAllergy season in the Midwest usually starts around late March through late May as milder temperatures head our way, says Dr. Anju Peters, an allergist with Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Expert Predicts ‘Heavy Season’ For Allergy SufferersAllergy season is officially here and it may be worse than normal.
Wet Weather Leading To High Mold CountsAll the rain we've been having is making mold counts go sky high and those with allergies are just miserable, reports CBS 2’s Pamela Jones.
Buyer, Beware: Some Foods Aren't What They Claim To BeResearchers say nearly 10 percent of all food is fraudulent. CBS 2's Kate Sullivan reports.
'It's Going To Be A Rough Season' For Allergy SufferersDr. Joseph Leija, an allergist at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, said tree pollen counts have been very high in the past week; causing a lot of sneezing, itchy, and watery eyes, and even some headaches.
Winter's Impact Still Felt In Gardens, HealthNow that spring has sprung, our frozen winter seems like a distant memory, until you step outside to take a look at your garden.
How To Keep Your Allergies In Check This SpringSpring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.
Harsh Winter Weather A Mixed Blessing When It Comes To AllergiesThe frigid, snowy winter might help delay allergy season this spring, but mold and pollen problems could be worse than usual once allergy season is underway.
Healthwatch: Pills Could Replace Shots For Grass Pollen AllergiesFor some people, weekly trips to the doctor for shots to treat their allergies are just as bad as the allergies themselves. But there could be a major change soon in the way serious allergies are being treated.