Researchers say they found a way to tell from a person’s blood how severe their depression is, the risk of developing severe depression in the future and the risk of future bipolar disorder.
Employees gathered outside Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey on Saturday to demand higher wages. They say that the University of Chicago system is paying them less than North Side counterparts because they work in the south suburbs. One worker says the biggest raise she's ever gotten is 33 cents an hour.
Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park is officially reopening.
Walgreens was not administering Pfizer’s two-dose vaccines at the recommended 21-day gap, but will now change its system to do so, the company said.
Mercy Hospital & Medical Center has finalized a deal to sell its facility for $1 to a Michigan-based not-for-profit, in a deal that promises to keep the Bronzeville hospital open after months of uncertainty regarding its future.
The amendment to House Bill 2140, which was passed by a Senate committee on March 31, would ban nearly all abortions because a heartbeat can often be detected as early as six weeks before many women know they are pregnant, and does not make an exception for cases of rape or incest.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday will showcase health insurance cost cuts in a speech in Ohio, which also marks the 11th anniversary of then-President Barack Obama signing the Affordable Care Act.
More than 600 CVS Pharmacy locations inside Target stores nationwide will begin offering COVID-19 vaccines to those eligible, the company said.
Alaska has become the first state in the country where eligibility requirements were dropped for the COVID-19 vaccine. Now, anyone 16 and older who lives or works in the state can get it.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday signed into law legislation banning nearly all abortions in the state.
Dr. Saloumeh Bozorgzadeh, founder of Caring 4 Our Caregivers previews the 'Show the Love' virtual celebration taking place Thursday, Feb. 25th.
Democrats in the South Carolina House of Representatives walked out to protest a bill that would ban nearly all abortions in the state. The bill is expected to pass easily and will head to the governor for his signature.
An Illinois mother is feeling shocked and upset after she was denied a Moderna coronavirus vaccine by county health officials over concerns of lacking data for pregnant and breastfeeding women, according to a report.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to reopen the HealthCare.gov insurance markets for a special sign-up opportunity geared to people needing coverage in the coronavirus pandemic.
A hospital in Rome has come up with a unique solution to allow families to have personal contact with children who are patients while also minimizing the risk of them catching the coronavirus.
Health experts are calling on Illinois to make some changes after the state's contracted Medicare prescription provider dropped Walgreens.
A surge in infections linked to Thanksgiving has led to many hospitals running out of room to treat the severest COVID-19 cases, and medical facilities are facing a serious staffing shortage on top of everything else.
Initial shipments of the second COVID-19 vaccine authorized in the U.S. left a distribution center Sunday, a desperately needed boost as the nation works to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control.
Many physicians are facing a potential pay cut as a new rule passed by Congress, set to go into effect Jan. 1, will lower the reimbursement rates that clinicians receive for treating patients covered by Medicare.
A key advisory committee to the FDA on Thursday voted to recommend the approval of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, one of the final hurdles before FDA authorization.