Dog Owners Turning To Alternative Therapies To Prolong Pet LivesCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot takes a look at some of the treatments -- including using hemp and a drug for humans – people are trying.
2 Investigators: Mistakes, Delays At Dialysis Centers Caused Deaths Of 2 Women, Families SayThe patients would both be alive today if the centers had called ambulances when they were needed. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Chicago Seeking To Become Organ Transplant HubA group of Chicago area hospitals, doctors, and politicians have teamed up to work toward the goal of turning Chicago into the organ transplant hub of the nation.
Warm Spell Means Early Start To Allergy Season For ManyIt looks like the groundhog was wrong about an early Spring, but this long stretch of warm weather could forecast trouble for allergy sufferers.
The Hidden Disease For Many Women: HypothyroidismSome women may wait years before they get a correct diagnosis. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Book Warns Moms, Dads About Excessive 'ParentSpeak' Toward KidsCan some tried-and-true expressions, such as "Good job!," be overused when rearing children? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Young Women Not Immune From Heart Disease, No. 1 Killer Of Females In U.S.For many women, it’s the last thing on their minds. CBS 2's Irika Sargent reports.
For The Sleep-Deprived, Can A Song Be The Cure?Some insist the 8-minute composition "Weightless" by Marconi Union has a calming effect that induces sleep. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Dentist Offers Free Care For Valentine's DayFor the 11th year in a row, people started lining up early for free Valentine’s Day dental services offered by a dentist in Logan Square.
St. Charles Teen Gets New Legs -- And Inspiration -- From Boston Marathon SurvivorVidal Lopez lost both legs because of a car accident in Mexico this past summer. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Chicago Surgery Museum Plans Exhibit On Sex-Reassignment ProceduresThe Encyclopedia of Surgery reports that up to 500 sex-change operations are performed each year in the U.S.
Illinois Saw More Than 1,400 Opioid Deaths In 2015Those fighting the opioid problem shared stories and concerns at a meeting at the Gateway Foundation drug treatment center on the West Side.