CDC Says Flu Season Not Over YetCaused by viruses, flu is a contagious respiratory illness with mild to severe symptoms that can sometimes lead to death.
CDC Researcher Vanishes After Leaving Work SickA CDC researcher in Atlanta who called out sick two weeks ago has reportedly vanished without a trace.
CDC: 40 Percent Of U.S. Cancer Cases Linked To Being OverweightAccording to the CDC, at least 13 different types of cancer have been linked to being overweight or obese.
Study Finds States With Legalized Same-Sex Marriage Have Fewer Teen SuicidesA new study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found states that legalized same-sex marriage has a positive impact on LGBTQ teenagers.
CDC: Three Chicago Neighborhoods Rank In Highest Binge Drinking RatesData from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that three Chicago neighborhoods are among areas with the highest rates of binge drinking in the country.
Wilmette Personal Trainer Fighting HIV Criminal ChargesA personal trainer faces charges after having unprotected sex with three women, knowing he had HIV.
How Clean Is The Water In Your Pool?The Centers for Disease Control says reports of illnesses associated with swimming are increasing. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey has details on what to watch out for.
Where Is It Safe To Drink The Water?Where in the world is it safe to drink the water?
Flu Continues To Spread Across State, CountryAlmost every state in the country reports high flu numbers. So far, influenza's killed 21 children this season alone.
Health Experts: Flu Vaccine Not A Failsafe This YearThere are several strains of the virus, making it important for you to get antiviral medication right away, when flu symptoms hit. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot explains.
Retired Chicago Nurse To Travel To LiberiaLarry Turner is headed for ground-zero in the battle against Ebola: the West African nation of Liberia. He’s going with the group Partners in Health. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Some Pediatricians Waiting On Flu Vaccines For KidsBut The Centers for Disease Control says the lack of supply is due to a shipping delay and not an actual shortage of the vaccine. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.