Chicago Department of Public Health
The past decade saw a decline in the teen birth rate in Chicago, although the number of teen pregnancies is still much higher than the national average, according to new statistics released by the city on Tuesday.
The leaves are starting to change and there is definitely a chill in the air, so you can be sure that flu season is just around the corner.
The following is a list of flu shot clinics offered throughout the city.
It’s gearing up to be one of the worst years ever for West Nile Virus.
An anti-crime pilot program involving the group CeaseFire and the Chicago Police Department appears to be moving ahead after a disagreement was resolved.
The City of Chicago is taking action Tuesday and Wednesday, in hopes of minimizing Chicagoans’ chances of getting the West Nile virus.
The West Nile virus is back. State health officials have confirmed two human cases in the northwest suburbs.
The solution to tackling Chicago’s crime problem could make the strangest of bedfellows. Two weeks ago, Chicago Police and the anti-violence group CeaseFire were taking shots at one another, but on Tuesday they joined up as allies.
Six people were arrested Tuesday during a demonstration at city public health offices downtown.
Inspector shakedowns of businesses in Chicago have been legendary over the years, but now a new twist to that theme.
The City Council on Wednesday passed an ordinance that will give restaurants with good public health records a break on inspections.
A new campaign targets those who are sexually active and may not be taking precautions, and thus may be at risk for syphilis.
City health officials took to the streets to promote safe sex Thursday morning in recognition of World AIDS Day.
The Emanuel Administration is trying to reassure mental health advocates that patients will continue to receive good services, despite the city’s efforts to save money.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled his plans for public health Tuesday.
Mosquitoes seem to be everywhere this year. So far nine counties in Illinois have found some infected with West Nile Virus. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson explains why mosquitoes seem to bite certain people more often and how a common household item can help keep the pests away.
The former Chicago Department of Public Health official convicted of killing a cab driver six years ago has been paroled.
Chicago’s Inspector General says old problems persist in the way the City orders, stores and keeps track of prescription drugs for its clinics.
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