Ebola in Maywood? Unlikely, but Possible — Loyola, Area Hospitals Get Prepared

Screenshot of Chicago Tonight report on Cook County’s Ebola response.  Tuesday, October 21, 2014 || By Michael Romain  The Ebola virus has healthcare professionals and government officials throughout the United States on high alert — and those working in the Chicago area, particularly at Maywood-based Loyola University Medical Center, are no exception. Yesterday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) … Continue reading Ebola in Maywood? Unlikely, but Possible — Loyola, Area Hospitals Get Prepared

Cold Weather Preparedness Tips From The Chicago Dep. Of Public Health

The following cold-weather tips were prepared by the Chicago Department of Public Health: Temperatures in Chicago are usually the coldest in January, when the average low is 16.5˚, but there are steps you can take ahead of time to make sure you’re prepared whenever extreme cold hits the city.  Taking preventative action is the best way to stay safe from the serious health risks associated … Continue reading Cold Weather Preparedness Tips From The Chicago Dep. Of Public Health