Glenview native Paula Nixon was going to college, but now her future hinges on one thing: staying clean.CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.
A promising treatment for multiple sclerosis and other disorders caused by immune system malfunctions has passed its first big test.
A north suburban doctor says she has the answer for food allergies: drops of the food that could kill someone placed under the tongue.
Chances are you know someone who’s been diagnosed with breast cancer. But something you might not know: Chemo and radiation aren’t the only ways to treat it anymore.
The NHL has set new rules for treatment of concussions, according to a published report.
Say good-bye to spider veins! A newly approved treatment is helping patients show off their legs again. CBS 2′s Mary Kay Kleist shows us how it works.
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