The pandemic has done a number on us, in too many ways to count. Our bodies are responding with feelings of fatigue and lack of focus, experts say. Here are some tips to help you feel better.
Nature’s Fynd says it’s growing healthy, sustainable (and tasty) protein that could have a big impact on energy conservation.
We’re taking a deep dive into the health and future of the Chicago River, with someone who’s actually taken a dive into it.
The Justice Department announced it would appeal the ruling — which said the CDC exceeded its authority — so there likely won’t be any immediate impact.
With COVID vaccinations going up and cases going down, Mayor Lightfoot is hoping to hold more outdoor events this summer.
“Our goal is to be fully open by July 4,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday — just in time for the annual car show, scheduled for July 14-19.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Broadway can open on May 19. But opening a show takes time.
When it comes to persuading people to get a COVID-19 vaccine, health care professionals are influential. But in some rural communities, hospital staff themselves are hanging back.
A new report shows new Black moms in Illinois die at three times the rate of new white moms. So, what can be done to improve those numbers?
Climate change, cost and rules about Chicago’s water usage are just a few of the reasons experts say Chicagoans should conserve water.