Mary Kay Kleist
CBS 2’s Mary kay Kleist reports on the downside of having too much information available on the Internet.
CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist shows us how one local chef is serving up rich creations without using sugar.
How is it that children and adolescents are getting hit with painful kidney stones? CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
The FDA said it’s easy for errors to be made when filling a prescription for your pet. FDA investigators discovered errors stemming from simple issues such as: lookalike packaging, drugs with similar names, and simple penmanship errors.
As CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports, the newest generation of laser therapy can take years off your face.
Some patients trying a generic alternative to their prescribed medications are not getting the same results. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist explains.
CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist shows you how to spot the danger — and a simple way to fix it.
They’re not just great companions. Man’s best friend may also be a secret weapon in the fight against cancer. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
The pressure to defy the aging process is huge, even for twenty-somethings. In fact, more and more young people are asking their doctor for botox injections.
What can you believe when reading the labels on beauty products? So many of them pledge to make women look younger. As CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports, don’t be tempted to buy products filled with empty promises.
It happens to everyone eventually. Cognitive abilities can start dropping in our 40s. So, what can you do? CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports.
When you think of drug rehab, cocaine and heroin may come to mind, but some different drugs are sending an exploding number of kids into treatment.
CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist shows us seven ways coffee may boost your health.
Some heart patients are getting a unique experience in the operating room. They’re able to watch their own surgeries with their loved ones by their sides.
As CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports, new research shows that these bulbs can emit UV radiation.
Conditions will remain unseasonably cool and befitting of early fall for the rest of the day Tuesday, but look for all that to change as the week goes on.
Conditions will be dangerous on Lake Michigan all day Friday, with blasting winds, crashing waves, and a risk for waterspouts and rip currents.
The blazing sun and sweltering heat that defined much of the summer will be distant from Chicagoans’ minds Thursday afternoon, as rain falls and temperatures drop into the 60s – even before sundown.
The way this summer has been going, the notion of a high in the 70s almost seems fit for November.
A picture-perfect day is expected for the rest of the afternoon, with full sunshine, low humidity and comfortable highs in the 80s.