COVID-19 can do more than torment patients physically. It also clobbers some financially.
A Naperville mother, along with her sons, ended up on the national stage during the battle over President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Low income immigrants will be able to apply for the new health care coverage in December. They will also get retroactive benefits that will cover their health care bills from the past year. The program will cost Illinois $5 million/year.
Dental surgeon Dr. Shervin Molayem talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to grinding and cracked teeth across the nation.
Marge Hamm and Dr. Heidi Memmel talk about the 'Real Bears Fans Wear Pink' initiative and the importance of breast cancer awareness.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease that affects 1-in-8 American women in their lifetime. Dr. Sally Friedewald of Northwestern Medicine talks about why mammograms are the best way to protect yourself.
Dr. Nicole Williams, founder of The Gynecology Institute of Chicago, talks about the importance of participating in breast and ovarian cancer screening during the age of COVID-19.
Stacey Stewart, president and CEO of March of Dimes, talks about what they're doing to make sure every family has access to crucial maternity services.
"President Trump could claim all he wants that he is going to protect people with pre-existing conditions. But the fact is he's already fighting to take those protections away," Biden said. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear another challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Nov. 10.
Union nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, they announced Thursday.
President Donald Trump says he'll be signing an executive order that would require health care providers to provide medical care to all babies born alive as he makes an election-year push to energize voters opposed to abortion.
Celena Roldan, CEO of American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois, talks about the urgent need for volunteers.
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On Monday, more than a thousand people including clerical, technical and maintenance workers began striking in unison with UIC nurses.
Jeanine Logan talks about what she and other are doing to make sure South Side moms-to-be have the services they need while giving birth.
The University of Illinois Board of Trustees are suing to try to stop nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital from striking this weekend.
Susan Resko, president of The Josslyn Center, talks about what they're doing to protect the well-being of hospital workers who have been overworked and drained during the pandemic.
Dr. Mark Loafman from Cook County Health talks about their online program, Gabby, intended to identify and solve health risks in young Black women.
The potential vaccine was invented by the University of Oxford and an associated company, Vaccitech. Meanwhile, a U.S. advisory panel is suggesting a way to ration the first limited doses once a vaccine does prove safe and effective.
Dr. Vivek Chaudry, colon and rectal surgeon at Cook County Health, talks about the importance of being screened for colon cancer.