Three In Custody Linked To Synthetic Marijuana OutbreakThe synthetic marijuana outbreak spreads as more people come down with dangerous symptoms.
Synthetic Marijuana Linked To 22-Year-Old Man's Death In Cook CountyA 22-year-old man who died at Advocate Christ Medical Center on March 28 suffered excessive internal bleeding, and had a rat poison in his system that previously has been linked to synthetic marijuana use in dozens of other non-fatal cases of severe bleeding.
A Warning For Synthetic Marijuana UsersIt's sometimes called Spice, K2 or fake weed and contains a chemical used in rat poison.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Kratom Supplements40 cases of the outbreak have been reported in 28 states.
2 More Legionnaires' Disease Cases Found At Veterans HomeOfficials say there are two more laboratory-confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease among residents of a veterans' home in western Illinois.
There's Still Time To Get A Flu ShotThe vaccine could either protect you from the flu or at least help reduce the severity of your symptoms.
Second Case Of Exposure To Measles Reported At O'HareAnother case of measles exposure has been reported at O'Hare Airport, the second instance there in five days.
Potential Measles Exposure At O’Hare AirportA passenger on a flight that landed Wednesday at O'Hare International Airport may have exposed others at the airport to measles.
Parents Of Kids Who Died Of Rare Disease Slam State For Not Testing As RequiredEarly detection, perhaps followed by stem cell treatment, can help children survive Krabbe disease, a degenerative nervous system disorder.
Concussion Diagnoses For Illinois Kids Up 83 PercentNew data show that the percentage of Illinois youth diagnosed with concussions grew by 83 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Illinois Has 3rd Case Of Zika Virus -- A ManA man who traveled to South America has developed the third case of Zika virus in Illinois.
Two Pregnant Illinois Women Test Positive For Zika Virus, Possibly Linked To Birth DefectsIllinois Public Health Director Dr. Nirav Shah said both women recently traveled to Central America, where a simple mosquito bite can transmit the Zika virus.