Preliminary test scores around the country confirm: The longer many students studied remotely, the less they learned. Some educators and parents are questioning decisions from Boston to Chicago to Los Angeles to remain online long after clear evidence emerged that schools weren’t super-spreaders.
Advocate Aurora Health, which operates 27 hospitals, said in a statement that the breach may have exposed information including a patients' medical provider, the type of appointment or medical procedure, dates and locations of scheduled appointments, and IP addresses.
In a year when inflation has made Americans' eyes pop when they fill up their gas or walk down aisles at the grocery store, many Social Security recipients worry whether the biggest cost-of-living increase in four decades will be enough to cover their needs.
Diverted ambulances. Cancer treatment delayed. Electronic health records offline. These are just some of ripple effects of an apparent cyberattack on a major nonprofit health system that disrupted operations throughout the U.S, including Illinois.
A Cook County resident in their late 70s has died of West Nile virus in the first human case of the mosquito-borne disease reported in Illinois this year, state health officials said Tuesday.
This time it's Oregon suing Illinois-based Center for Covid Control. Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum sued the CCC, and its testing partner, Doctors Clinical Laboratory, for deceptively marketing testing services and for violating Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act.
Two hospitals paid more than $3 million for N95 masks but the Burr Ridge man never delivered and allegedly used some of the money for his personal benefit, including on credit cards, two Maseratis, and a Range Rover.
Dr. Ezike said during a Chicago news conference that she has no immediate professional plans but would take advantage of a lull in the pandemic to step aside and give more attention to her family.
The change in policy doesn't apply to schools, and the Democratic governor has appealed a circuit court ruling last week that found he had overstepped by requiring face coverings for in-person learning.
Democratic Attorney General Kwame Raoul asked the 4th District Appellate Court in Springfield for an emergency halt to a temporary restraining order against the mask mandate.