RSV, Respiratory Virus That Usually Affects Babies, Taking Off After Flatlining Last YearHospitals are seeing a doubling of kids with respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.
Chicago Blood Banks Face Critically Low Supply, Particularly After High Demand During Violent WeekendBlood banks across the city are feeling the impact of the nation's dangerously low blood supply – and after a violent holiday weekend, Chicago's demand for blood donations swelled even higher.
Debunking Some Misinformation About The COVID-19 VaccineThere is just so much misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine out there. On “Hour 18” Wednesday, we brought in Dr. Emily Landon, an infectious disease specialist from the University of Chicago, to talk about a few of them.
UChicago Medicine's Dr. Emily Landon Has Message For Those Who Might Be Worried After Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Is 'Paused'Dr. Emily Landon, an infectious disease specialist from UChicago Medicine, joined CBS 2’s Brad Edwards Tuesday evening to explain what she would tell people who have doubts because of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine pause.
Ingalls Memorial Hospital Workers Rally For Higher Wages For Frontline WorkersWorkers at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in south suburban Harvey on Saturday for higher wages for frontline workers.
University Of Chicago Looks For Participants For Phase 3 Study Of Johnson & Johnson's Coronarvirus VaccineThe University of Chicago needs people to help test a potential coronavirus vaccine.
Ingalls Memorial Hospital Nurses Accuse Hospital Of Putting Them At Risk For COVID-19Nurses are demanding changes at a south suburban hospital.
University Of Chicago Medicine Conducting Breakthrough Study On Blood Plasma Treatment For COVID-19A possible breakthrough treatment for the novel coronavirus is being tested in Chicago.
University Of Chicago Moves Patients To Other Hospitals Over Concern About Possible Nurses' Strike From babies to adults, patients were on the move at the University of Chicago Medical Center Monday night.