One of the patients, a healthy 28-year-old woman, said she had not even left home amid the pandemic prior to contracting the virus.
Dr. Alexander Stemer talks about the importance of their national antibody study and how it could help curb the coronavirus outbreak at long-term care facilities.
Dr. Lauren Fine from Chicago Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology breaks down summer skincare tips for those battling pesky 'maskne.'
Chad Mirkin, a chemistry professor at Northwestern University, talks about leading the study that found a new immuntherapy could potentially extend lives of breast cancer patients.
The U.S. government has reached a $1.95 billion deal with Pfizer and BioNTech for 100 million doses of their experimental COVID-19 vaccine once it obtains Food and Drug Administration approval.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued an emergency approval a new approach to coronavirus testing in which several people's samples are tested together in batches instead of individually, speeding up the process.
Every neighborhood wants to be free from violence but not every neighborhood wants more police. That's where Cure Violence comes in, a national non-profit that treats violence as a health problem.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper talks about his mission to raise awareness about heart attacks.
Carolyn Harrington, founder of Maty's Health Products, talks about the complex relationship between your physical and mental health.
Dr. Sadiya Khan from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine talks about the latest medical developments regarding COVID-19.
"It’s just disheartening," said Dr. Andrew Pastewski, who serves as ICU medical director at Jackson South Medical Center.
It's become one of the biggest debates of the summer. Should schools reopen in the fall? Dr. Shikha Jain talks about the health risks.
The U.S. Supreme Court has made it harder for some employees to get access to birth control as part of their health plans if their employer has religious or moral objections.
The high court on Wednesday said 7-2 the administration acted properly when it allowed more employers who cite a religious or moral objection to opt out of covering birth control.
The new shortages come as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.
The rising cases in states like Arizona, Florida, Texas and California has been blamed in part on many not wearing masks or obeying other social-distancing rules.
More than 700 nurses at Amita Health St. Joseph Medical Center Joliet went on strike Saturday morning after negotiations between the hospital and the nurses union failed to result in a contract.
Dr. Shikha Jain from the University of Illinois talks about the latest medical developments on a potential vaccine for COVID-19.
Dr. Eudene Harry talks about ways to manage your stress in these turbulent times.
The Trump administration is urging the Supreme Court to overturn the Affordable Care Act in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic