University Of Chicago Expert Says Limiting Close Unmasked Contacts Remains Key To Containing COVID; 'Spend Your Up-Close And Unmasked Contacts Wisely'Up-close and unmasked. How many people fitting that description do you let into your world every day? One local expert has some ideas around what that answer should be.
SeatGeek Stadium Installing New Disinfecting Doorways For Concert, Crowds Could Top 5,500 FansCBS 2’s Lauren Victory looks at the high-tech devices at the doors of SeatGeek Stadium that are supposed to help keep you COVID-free.
Registered Nurses At University Of Chicago Medicine Want COVID-19 ProtectionRegistered nurses at University of Chicago Medicine say they are still not getting enough protection from COVID-19.
Families Of Healthcare Workers Worried About Lack Of Safety Gear In HospitalsIn the fight against COVID-19, hospitals across the U.S. are running out of protective masks.
'This Is The Only Way Forward. This Virus Is Unforgiving': Epidemiologist Backs Order To Stay Home During Coronavirus Outbreak“This is the only way forward,” said Dr. Emily Landon, lead epidemiologist at University of Chicago Medicine. “This virus is unforgiving. It spreads before you even know you’ve caught it, and it tricks you into believing that it’s nothing more than a little influenza."
Patient At University Of Chicago Medical Center Tests Negative For CoronavirusThe University of Chicago Medical Center announced Tuesday night that a patient suspected of having coronavirus has tested negative for the infection.
Trauma Center To Receive Multi-Million Dollar DonationFrom May of last year until March, it has cared for about 3,000 trauma patients.
Hospitals Must List Procedure Price Lists, But They're Not Always Easy To Find Or NavigateHow much would it cost to get a cast on your leg, or get an MRI? Effective Jan. 1, you should be able to tell just by going to the hospital’s website. However, CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker discovered those price lists are sometimes hard to find, and often confusing.
Two Patients Get Triple-Organ Transplants The Same Day At University Of Chicago MedicineTwo 29-year-old transplant patients who underwent the same rare surgeries at University of Chicago Medicine made history after receiving triple-organ transplants to replace their hearts, livers and kidneys--which were all failing.
Man Shot During Robbery In Back Of The YardsA 28-year-old man is hospitalized after being shot during a robbery in the Back of the Yards neighborhood.
University Of Chicago Trauma Center Treats More Than 270 Patients In First MonthThe University of Chicago Medicine’s new South side trauma center has been open for one month and is already one of the busiest in the city.
University Of Chicago Medicine Opens New Trauma CenterThe University of Chicago has opened its new Level 1 adult trauma center, the first such emergency department on the South Side in nearly 30 years.
University Of Chicago Gets Final Approval For New Trauma Center, To Open May 1The Illinois Department of Public Health has given the university final approval for the trauma center at its new emergency room, which opened in December.
Taking Pricey Prostate Cancer Drug With Food Might Boost Effects, Cut CostsTaking Zytiga with food instead of while fasting could cut out-of-pocket costs by up to 75 percent for prostate cancer patients.
Lack Of Sleep Can Increase Risk Of DiabetesToday is Diabetes Alert Day, and the American Diabetes Association wants you to pay attention.