Contentious battles loom over wide-ranging bans on smoking.
Shutting down medical waste incinerators.
The glow of new motherhood faded when I stepped on the scale. Now I had three months to lose 42 pounds.
A history of allergies reveals some surprising facts about America’s past.
Does a bigger dinner plate cause people to eat more? A Cornell University food psychologist answers this and other questions in a fascinating new book about the hidden factors that may be making us fat
Playmate turned self-help guru Jenny McCarthy has never been afraid to bare it all. To see how Jenny’s advice stacks up against conventional fare, we compared her views with those of some local experts with some recent releases of their own.
A UIC doctor offers insights into a persistent problem for new moms.
Could a velvety pillow cure my pain in the gut?
Has a University of Chicago professor found a way to treat the baffling psychological disorder that is anorexia?
Making the case for new moms to stay on the job