At 28-years old, Chicago native Howard Zwirn suffered a major seizure and was diagnosed with epilepsy but with the help of surgery, he regained control of his life.
According to the CDC, 27% of Illinois residents are obese. Thanks to hard work and determination, Chicagoan Jen Fite is no longer one of them.
AIDS is still a problem in the United States with more than 50,000 new infections each year.
Ben Pohl viewed a life-altering accident as his call to action. See what you can do to volunteer in your own city and make a difference.
Eating disorders are very complex diseases that if untreated, can be fatal. We talked to local experts who say help is out there.
Katie Davis was diagnosed with cancer when she was only 12 years old. No matter the odds, she encourages other women to stay hopeful and consider non-traditional options.
Dr. Bendok and his team used new technology called ‘brain mapping’ to see the parts of Sandra’s brain used while singing.
Most Fabry patients live into their mid-40′s but doctors hope new treatments will extend life expectancy.
Loyola opened the doors to the Coleman Image Renewal Center in 2005 to help patients cope with physical changes while fighting cancer.