COVID-19 mitigation policies in the U.S. negatively impacted the mental health and well-being of some people with disabilities by affecting their ability to stay active, according to a recent study.
Author: Tim Stumm
Jun 22, 2022 | Top Stories
Duly Health and Care plans to convert former retail space in Schaumburg into a medical office building.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Illinois are down from a week ago, according to recent data from the Department of Public Health, while case numbers are stagnant.
Chicago's top doctor said Tuesday she's pleased with the city's current position with COVID-19.
The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board signed off Tuesday on two proposals from Quincy Medical Group, including a plan to construct a 28-bed, small-format hospital.
Apr 27, 2022 | Top Stories
A new plan introduced Tuesday by U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., would require dietary supplement manufacturers to list their products with the Food and Drug Administration.
Apr 15, 2022 | Top Stories
Nursing home rate reform, aiding the healthcare workforce and addressing behavioral health were among the key healthcare issues lawmakers focused on during their abbreviated spring session.
Feb 23, 2022 | Top Stories
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot confirmed Tuesday the city will join the rest of the state in lifting its indoor mask mandate in most public places next Monday.
The Illinois Department of Public Health said Tuesday it’s added bebtelovimab to the growing number of monoclonal antibodies available to treat COVID-19.
State officials vow appeal after Sangamon County judge rules against masking, COVID-19 vaccine mandate in schools
Illinois officials said they will appeal a Sangamon County judge’s ruling Friday that voided Gov. JB Pritzker’s mandates on masking and COVID-19 vaccination in schools.
Feb 7, 2022 | Top Stories
The head of the Department of Healthcare and Family Services told stakeholders last week they continue their work on a statewide data exchange platform that will provide vital information to the state’s Medicaid providers.
More than 18 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered since the first Illinois healthcare workers received shots last December.