Zika Virus A Growing Concern For Overseas TravelersCBS 2’s Marissa Bailey talked to a Chicago travel agent whose phones are ringing off the hook.
In Midst Of Flu Season, State Public Health Director Says Illinois In Pretty Good Shape Illinois’ Public Health director says the state is heading into the heart of the flu season in pretty good shape.
Two Pregnant Illinois Women Contract Zika Virus While On VacationTwo pregnant Illinois women who recently traveled abroad have tested positive for the Zika virus.
Doctors, Survivors Encouraged By President Obama’s Push To Cure CancerBut how likely is a cure and could that cure be found here in Chicago? CBS 2’s Sandra Torres went to find out.
Doctor Creates Superheroes To Teach Kids About Asthma, AllergiesCBS 2's Mai Martinez shows us how he's helping kids breathe easier.
Teeth -- The Next Frontier Of Stem Cell Development?CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on a growing gamble parents are taking to save their children's lives.
New Drug Offers Hope Of Treating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy It's the most common fatal childhood disease: Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Now results from a new drug trial are offering families hope, reports CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez.
Can Taking A Pill Make You Smarter?CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports some people think they’ve found it.
2 Investigators: More Health Concerns About Energy Drinks
Quell Device A Pill-Free Way To Manage PainWhat if you could wear a device to stimulate your own natural pain relievers? CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez takes a look at how it works.
American Cancer Society Revises Mammogram RecommendationsFor the first time in 12 years the American Cancer Society updated mammogram guidelines and the changes are a bit surprising.
Lake County Health Officials Sending Out Questionnaires To Evaluate Health Of Residents Lake County health officials are reaching out to thousands of households in the northern suburbs in order to piece together a profile of the community's health, reports WBBM's Regine Schlesinger.
Illinois Becomes 23rd State With 'Right To Try' LegislationHouse Bill 1335 which was signed by Governor Bruce Rauner, will soon give patients in Illinois the ability to try experimental drugs that may not have gone through clinical trials by the FDA, but have been tried elsewhere.
Cary-Grove High School Student Diagnosed With MeningitisWhile parents should be concerned, there’s no reason to panic, a McHenry County health official says.
It's YMCA 'Healthy Kids Day' This SaturdayYMCA CEO Kevin Washington sat down with CBS New York's Chris Wragge what it's all about.