Latest Health News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
University of Illinois Police sent out a safety notice Sept. 22 reporting three incidents of sexual extortion scams. The incidents were reported over three consecutive days and each involved university students engaging with people they didn’t personally know on Instagram.
Police say the death is not considered suspicious.
Neither the 235 out-of-control Canadian wildfires nor the stuck weather pattern that’s responsible for this mess of meteorological maladies are stubbornly showing no signs of relenting for the next week or longer.
Legislation authorizes state-based marketplace, rate review
University of Illinois researchers are working on a way to make it easier to locate and remove cancerous tumors in the body. When it comes
As the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade and the nationwide right to an abortion approaches, Champaign-Urbana abortion rights
Abortion clinic owner in Danville plans to open despite two attacks on building.
DANVILLE — A proposed abortion clinic in Danville has been attacked — again. On May 20, an Illinois man drove his car into the clinic
Unsafe neighborhoods particularly distress Black men in relationships, new study from University of Illinois finds
Neighborhood quality can make a big difference in the mental health of Black Americans over 10 years – even more than relationship quality.
Air quality in Illinois is expected to be unhealthy for sensitive groups on Friday, June 5.
An Iowa mayor says five Davenport residents are missing, including two people who could still be in the wreckage of a partly collapsed apartment building.
More hospitals are turning to a drug called TNKase — a brand name for tenecteplase — to break up the blood clots that threaten stroke victims. It’s a less expensive and much faster acting drug than previous treatments. But patients get the benefit only if they seek treatment quickly, within the first hours after a stroke occurs.