New Wave Of COVID-19 In Illinois Has Doctors On Notice, But They Emphasize How Much More Is Known About VirusThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said over the past week, Illinois has the second highest COVID-19 case count in the U.S.
Bulls Head Physician Dr. Brian Cole On How Safe It Really Is For Sports To ReturnCBS 2's Matt Zahn spoke with Bulls head physician Dr. Brian Cole, who's also Managing Partner at Midwest Orthapaedics at Rush Hospital, about how safe it really is for sports to return.
Nurses Have To Hold It Together Under Added Stress Of COVID-19 Pandemic; 'We Don’t Even Have Time To Think How It’s Affecting Us'“Things that I rely on normally as coping mechanisms just aren’t there,” Northwestern Memorial Hospital nurse Blair Bobier said.
Reverse Wellness Rounding: Looking After The Mental Health Needs Of Medical Professionals During The Coronavirus PandemicDay in and day out, health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are often putting themselves and their families at risk – while they put their own needs and emotions aside.
Rush University Medical Center Research Project Tests For COVID-19 AntibodiesRush University Medical Center is giving students and employees COVID-19 antibody tests in a major research project that could help millions around the world.
What Does Flattening The COVID-19 Curve Mean, And How Can Things Safely Reopen? Feedback From Dr. Bala Hota Of RushWe keep hearing that overall, it looks like we’re flattening the curve in Illinois when it comes to COVID-19 – but we are still seeing new cases.
Rush University Medical Center Participating In Study Of Drug To Treat Novel CoronavirusThe drug being tested is called remdesivir, an anti-viral drug developed to treat Ebola. It has been effective in treating other coronaviruses and is injected intravenously.
Some Of Latest Illinois Coronavirus Deaths Involved People In 20s And 30s; Expert Weighs InIllinois health officials announced 42 more coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 141.
High Winds Could Pose Risk To Tents Set Up Outside Area Hospitals To Treat COVID-19 PatientsThe Chicago area is under a high wind advisory, and that could be a major problem for hospitals using medical tents as they fight COVID-19.
Rush University Medical Center Ready To Use Welcome Center As Makeshift ER If COVID-19 Cases SurgeIllinois hospitals are bracing for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the coming days, as the White House expects Cook County to become a hot spot for the new coronavirus.
A Chicago COVID-19 Patient Talks About His Harrowing Experience From His Hospital BedMichael Bane has been hospitalized for days with COVID-19, and he has a very strong message about it.
5th Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In Illinois; Vanderbilt Student Had Been Studying In ItalyOfficials said the fifth patient is a Cook County resident in his 20s who flew into Chicago O’Hare Airport earlier this month after traveling to Italy.
Chicago Hospitals Prepare For Problems Related To Legal Marijuana UseIn states where recreational marijuana is already up for sale, a legal high is sending more patients to the emergency room. Are hospitals in Chicago are prepared for when legal marijuana soon comes to Illinois?
Road Home Program Offered At Rush Provides Pioneering Treatment For Vets With PTSDThere is now a treatment for PTSD that is being pioneered in Chicago, and a handful of sites around the country.
Transgender Woman Accuses Former Chicago Cop Of Sex CrimeChicago police are investigating allegations that a now-retired sergeant forced a transgender woman to perform a sex act inside a marked police vehicle while he was on duty.