Visually Impaired Say There's Big Benefit To MyEye 2, An Eyeglass-Mounted Device That Reads And Talks To YouA new device is changing the lives of people with vision problems.
3 Legionnaires' Cases Reported At Carol Stream Retirement CommunityDuPage County officials announced Saturday that they are investigating three cases of Legionnaires’ disease that have occurred since May of last year in a Carol Stream retirement community.
Legionnaires' Disease Reported At Bolingbrook Senior Center"Meadowbrook Manor has been taking a proactive approach to follow IDPH policies and requests that are made when any facility has a health care-associated Legionnaires' disease case."
Chicago Child Is First Flu Death In Illinois"It's not too late to get the flu vaccine."
Pharmacies: Prescribers Bear Responsibility In Opioid CrisisThe judge has scheduled an October trial for claims against CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, HBC and Discount Drug Mart.
Illinois Secretary Of State: Don't Drive While HighIf a person is pulled over for driving high, they will receive a DUI.
Another Case Of Legionnaires' At Quincy Veterans' HomeAnother case of Legionnaires’ disease has turned up at the troubled Illinois veterans’ home in Quincy.
Influenza Type B, Usually Seen Late In Season, Is Making Early AppearanceThe flu season in Chicago is starting with a twist.
Trader Joe's Egg Salad And Old Fashioned Potato Salad Recalled Over Possible Listeria ContaminationBakkavor Foods USA has recalled 6-ounce containers of Trader Joe’s Egg Salad and 20-ounce containers of Trader Joe’s Old Fashioned Potato Salad with “use by” dates up to and including Dec. 17, 2019.
New HIV Cases Reach 30-Year Low In Chicago, But Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases On The RiseThe Chicago Department of Public Health said 734 new HIV diagnoses were reported in the city last year, the lowest number since 1988.
City Warns Of Possible Measles Exposures At O'Hare Airport, River North Starbucks, Greektown Restaurant“Measles is highly contagious and any unvaccinated or non-immune person can become infected,” said Dr. Allison Arwady, Acting Public Health Commissioner.