Experts say keeping more than two weeks of prescription medication is unnecessary — and could be pricey.
Companies are canceling employee travel, and airlines are slashing hundreds of flights amid fear of the spreading coronavirus.
The spouse of a man being treated for COVID-19 at a suburban hospital has tested positive for the virus.
Northwestern health communications researcher Bruce Lambert says it’s a mistake to compare the coronavirus outbreak to seasonal flu.
Here’s the latest information on the coronavirus locally, and answers to some common questions about the virus.
Proposed changes to the long-standing NEPA rules are getting pushback from environmentalists.
The commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health stops by Reset to discuss the logistics of the testing.
In a new report, the Union of Concerned Scientists asserts “the Trump administration’s assault on science is harming children’s health.”
We take a look at easy and creative ways to ditch plastic in our day-to-day lives.
The Lightfoot administration is cracking down on General Iron Industries, a scrap metal shredding company known for polluting the North Side.