Six students from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville recently returned the U.S. from Wuhan, China and are not showing symptoms, but are being monitored. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
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Students Who Passed Through O'Hare Being Watched For CoronavirusSix students from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville recently returned the U.S. from Wuhan, China and are not showing symptoms, but are being monitored. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Efforts To Contain Coronavirus In Place At O'HareCBS 2's Marissa Parra talked with some passengers returning from China.
O'Hare To Screen For CoronavirusO'Hare International Airport is joining four other airports that are screening travelers arriving from China. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Sweeping Changes Coming To U.S. School Lunch Policy?The move by the Trump administration would loosen rules for fruits and vegetables. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports.
New Concerns About Heartburn Drug, Chemical Linked To CancerFDA testing has revealed some batches of Zantac and its generic versions had unacceptable levels of NDMA, a chemical linked to cancer. CBS News' Dr. John LaPook reports.
A Twist As Flu Season BeginsInfluenza type B usually appears near the end of the season, but it is making an early appearance this year. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Your DNA Can Tell You The Best Foods To East, Researchers SayDNA Nudge in London scans people's DNA for various conditions, and gives people a wristband that tells them which foods are good and bad ideas. CBS News' Rylee Carlson reports.
A Look At The 'Transplant Buds' Who Made Medical HistoryDays before Christmas last year, Daru Smith and Sarah McPharlin needed a rare procedure to save their lives. But as CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports, their lives changed course together at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
City Warns Of Measles ExposureThe city Health Department is warning of possible measles exposure at a Greektown gyros restaurant, a River North Starbucks, and O'Hare International Airport Terminal 3.
Warning Issued About Puppies, InfectionsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned this week that puppies can spread Campylobacter infections to humans. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Emergency Rooms Prepare For Legal MarijuanaWorries are mounting about marijuana overdoses once the substance is legal in Illinois. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Food Labels Link Calories With ExerciseYou've seen calorie counts on food labels, but do you know how much exercise it would take to work off those cookies or snack foods? CBS News' Ian Lee reports from London on a new effort to curb obesity.
Ethylene Oxide Worries Waukegan ResidentsBlood tests show higher levels of the potentially cancer-causing chemical among people who live near the Waukegan Medline plant. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Could Brain cancer Treatment In Dogs Help Humans?The new treatment in dogs just might lead to a treatment for humans with the same illness. CBS News' Kiran Dhillon introduces us to one four-legged friend taking part in the study.
Latest E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Romaine Lettuce SpreadsThere are now 23 cases of E. coli in three states. CBS News' Johny Fernandez reports.
Tech Company Develops App To Keep People Off DrugsA former drug addict says she is proof that the app works. CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports.
Some Patients Say lasik Ruined Their EyesightWhile surveys show high patient satisfaction, one expert who backed the procedure now wants it off the market. CBS News' Dr. Tara Narula reports.
Whooping Cough OUtbreak At North Suburban SchoolA total of 35 students at Stevenson High School have been diagnosed with pertussis since September.
App Can Provide Lovede Ones Updates From Operating RoomThe app called Ease allows hospital staff to share pictures and texts from the operating room. CBS News' Kenneth Craig reports.
New Strain Of HIV Discovered By Abbott LabsThe new subtype is from the same strain blamed for the AIDS pandemic.
Millions Of Americans Go To Work SickCBS News' Sukanya Krishnan tells us why so many sick employees are showing up to work instead of calling in.
Girl Hosts Party For Kids With Sickle CellOlivia Shorter hosted the party at the Matteson Community Center.
Three Moms Launch Nyssa To Improve Postpartum Care For New MothersA new well-being business is coming to Chicago on Friday to bring new moms some comfort during their postpartum recovery. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Construction Site To Blame For Legionnaires' In Batavia?The site i s steps from the Covenant Living at Holmstad retirement home, where a Legionnaires' outbreak has taken place.