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‘Greener Pastures’ explores farming, climate change and mental health; a life-changing project for the filmmaker
If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please know there is help available. Call or text 988.
Advocates argued the rules changes were too costly for low-income patients. The governor’s office said co-pays should not have been charged yet anyway, though they are expected to resume eventually.
Students and staff can still access free, take-home, COVID tests on campus. Two weeks in, those tests are in high demand.
This is a developing story. It will be updated as new details emerge. 6:40 p.m. Update University of Illinois officials have sounded the “All-Clear” at
$1,000 grants to FFA chapters will be available this fall
Many respiratory viruses circulate year-round in the United States, and more activity is typically seen during fall and winter. The public is likely to be
The immune system could be harnessed to fight more types of cancer than previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Illinois. When treating
The Illinois Democrat posted a statement about Horn on X, the social media platform formerly called Twitter. Horn was 68.
A new report by an advocacy agency details how abuse and neglect at Choate have continued despite calls for and promises of reform. Now, the Illinois Department of Human Services has reversed its decision to keep Choate’s top leadership in place.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is launching a hotline to help high-risk patients get abortions at hospitals
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker is launching a program to help coordinate abortions at hospitals for high-risk patients. The initiative is dubbed the Complex Abortion Regional
Anti-abortion group files 1st Amendment challenge to newly signed law
The Midwest is experiencing rising temperatures this week, as heat waves become more frequent and deadly across the U.S. Experts studying the connection between climate