The three men vying for Illinois’ 13th Congressional have very different views about the future of health care in America. Democrat David Gill, Republican Rodney Davis, and Independent John Hartman all think very differently about the Affordable Care Act.
The elimination of the Illinois Cares RX program means a number of seniors are seeking alternative sources for discount prescription drugs.
The issue of negative campaign ads quickly made its way into the second debate between two of the candidates for Illinois’ 13th Congressional District.
Illinois has seen a decrease in the rate of new infections of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. But other sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise.
All three Indiana deaths from fungal meningitis caused by injections of a recalled back pain medication have been linked to Elkhart County, as have more than two-thirds of the state's 41 total cases, the county's health officer confirmed Wednesday.
Embattled U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. says he’s “anxious to return to work,” but gave no timeline for ending his months-long medical leave from Congress. In a 90-second robocall sent out to his south suburban 2nd Congressional District on Saturday., Jackson asked his constituents for their “patience” as he recovers.
Republican Congressman John Shimkus is seeking a 9th term in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The University of Illinois’ Urbana campus will become smoke free by Nov. 2013.
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s campaign has been virtually silent for months as he receives treatment for bipolar disorder.
Public health officials across the country are on high alert about a meningitis outbreak linked to injections of a steroid used to treat back pain.