Doctors have discovered cancerous cells in Cardinal George’s kidney, the archdiocese announced on Friday.
Bill Mueller, the longtime village president in west suburban Lombard, is now battling both cancer and the West Nile virus.
The American Cancer Society is out with its annual report, showing how states are doing in the fight to prevent cancer.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
In case you haven’t noticed, pay phones are still around. You might want to take a closer look at them – or at least the posters affixed to them.
Mason Johnson knows nothing about horoscopes or astrology. Seriously. When he was six, his mom thought it was funny to make him stick his head out the car window and scream, “What’s your sign?” at women walking by. That is the extent of his experience. Also, Mason is an Aquarius… ladies.
The Shedd had rescued the sea lion, named Otis, in 2009 as the government wanted to kill dozens of them to save the endangered chinook salmon on the Bonneville Dam.
They say laughter is the best medicine, and a Chicago father-son duo is really put that old adage to the test.
Jeff Castelaz, co-founder of Dangerbird Records, started an online blog when his 4-year-old son Pablo Thrailkill Castelaz was diagnosed with bilateral Wilms Tumor, a rare form of childhood cancer. Butch Walker and the Black Widows and several other artists performed at a recent benefit for Pablove, the charity named in Pablo’s memory.
Paterno’s sons Scott and Jay both took to Twitter Saturday night to refute reports that their father had died.
If you are overweight, you might be at risk for specific cancer cases, but as the American Cancer Society announced Wednesday, the more common cancer groups are on the decline.
It’s appropriate that Maggie Daley’s visitation will be held this weekend at the Chicago Cultural Center, the beneficiary of her preservation efforts.
With the holidays approaching, more people might be drinking alcohol. How often you drink, impacts your risk of cancer.
The parents of a courageous 6-year-old boy with an extremely rare disease have been on a crusade to help save other children nationwide. CBS 2′s Dave Savini looked into the life of a boy named Max and his parents’ fight for a cure.
Many of us spend our day sitting down, but it’s one of the worst things you can do for your health. CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist reports about a few simple changes that make a big difference fast.
A national cancer conference is underway in Chicago, focusing not on medical issues but, on patients’ emotional and support needs.
Someone you care about may be struggling with cancer and perhaps that person could use some help around the house.
For many women with cancer, losing their hair can be traumatic.
Among the 45,000 runners in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon on Sunday will be 10,000 people who are running for charity.