Five to 10 percent of pre-schoolers have vision problems and at least 25 percent of school-age children have vision problems, experts say.
In case you need to call 9-1-1, light poles around Grant Park will have pole markers attached, so you can help emergency responders find you quickly.
It’s time to spice, char, rub, broast, smoke, marinate and otherwise give vegetables and healthy meats a delicious makeover.
Doctors say they’re seeing more Millennials than ever seek treatment for sunbathing-caused skin damage.
Among the factors that can cause depression are genetic predispositions and how much abuse or stress a woman has endured across her lifetime.
Yoga can play a key role in overcoming everyday problems such as back pain, knee problems and injuries caused by sitting all day.
People with Cochlear implants soon will be able to connect remotely with their doctors without having to travel to their appointments.
The city’s asthma rate among black children – roughly one in four (24 percent) – is twice the national average.
Nearly four in 10 (38 percent) girls ages 13-17 and more than a quarter (26 percent) of boys suffer from an anxiety disorder.
About 150,000 people are diagnosed nationwide each year with the painful condition.
Saliva tests of local people with the disorder and their families could help develop better treatments.
Dealing with irritable bowel syndrome and other gut-related illnesses isn’t “a cookbook science,” experts say.
Imagine doctors using a heart-mapping system to detect abnormal heart rhythms without inserting a catheter or anything else inside a patient’s heart.
February has been designated American Heart Month by the American Heart Association.