Forced to share shrinking habitats, wild animals are increasingly meeting and exchanging viruses that could easily jump to humans.
The initiative is in response to the rise in depression, anxiety and suicide among U.S. children and teens.
A team of Northwestern University engineers created a coating that, when applied to sponges, traps pollutants found in water.
It’s been a doozy of a year for commercial farmers. But organic farmers said they’ve been largely insulated from world events – and their prices will be competitive this spring and summer.
Both Chicago and Cook County are now at “medium” risk for COVID-19.
The law could put doctors, and even patients, in prison for up to four years. And the state’s attorney general says she can’t stop local prosecutors from enforcing it.
The plan builds on the Pritzker administration’s increased funding for child welfare and wellbeing.
Shifting day care rules and the delayed arrival of a vaccine for kids under 5 are putting a heavy load on child care providers.
With no vaccine and cases rising again, parents and the child care centers that support them are navigating another confusing COVID moment on their own.
The labor battle continues between Amazon and its workers in New York. What happens if the tech giant fights the unionizing effort in court?