Holidays Not As Stressful As Some Might ThinkYou might think of the holiday season as a time when more people need mental health help, but a local expert said that’s not necessarily so.
Study: Ego Drives Men To Overeat During HolidaysA study explains the mental side of why men try to out-eat friends and loved ones, even if it's subconscious.
Study Links Better Nutrition To Shorter Hospital StaysAdvocate Health Care plans to implement nutritional screening in hospitals starting next year.
Planned Parenthood Sees Surge In Visits Following Trump's ElectionUnder the provisions of Obamacare, health insurers must cover birth control for women. Trump has said he will repeal and replace the program.
Cigarette Maker Moving Toward End Of Smokes As We Know Them: ReportPhilip Morris International has signaled it may one day phase out traditional cigarettes as it develops an alternative that heats tobacco but doesn’t burn it.
Flu Season Ramping Up, Doctors WarnChristmas carols and jingling bells aren't the only sounds filling the air this time of year. Symphonies of sneezes and choirs of coughs mean the holiday season has brought cold and flu season along with it.
After Tragedy, NW Indiana Mom On Mission: Raise Awareness Of CO PoisoningCBS 2’s Audrina Bigos found out more about her fight for new laws in this Original Report.
Another State Budget Casualty: Supportive Services For Traumatized KidsThe Safe from the Start program helps young children who've lived through domestic violence, street violence and abuse. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Based Children's Cancer Camp Participates In Giving TuesdayChildren's Oncology Services One Step Camp participates in Giving Tuesday, by raising money to give free camp for children with cancer.
Plainfield Tragedy A Reminder About The Dangers Of Carbon MonoxideOn Tuesday, investigators spent a second day at a Shelly Lane home trying to find out what caused a deadly carbon monoxide buildup that killed a mother and daughter.
2 Investigators: Synthetic Opiate Brings Death Through The MailIt is a drug so dangerous, it has never been approved, but anyone can buy it easily online.
Calls To Crisis Hotlines Have Spiked Since Trump's Election: Chicago Health OfficialsCBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker looks at some of the faces behind the numbers.