The Uniting Pride Center of Champaign County on Monday criticized OSF Healthcare's policy barring LGBTQ employees from access fertility care.
How does monkeypox spread? An epidemiologist explains why it isn’t an STI and what counts as close contact
Monkeypox is caused by a virus that, despite periodic outbreaks, is not thought to spread easily from person to person and historically has not spurred long chains of transmission within communities. Now, many researchers are left scratching their heads as to why monkeypox seems to be propagating so readily and unconventionally in the current global outbreak.
Darren Bailey, the GOP candidate for Illinois governor, doubled down this week on comparing abortion to the Holocaust in an old campaign video.
A federal court judge issued an order of contempt against the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) on Monday after the Department repeatedly ignored court orders and failed to take appropriate steps to improve health care in the state prison system.
Children's advocacy groups are sounding the alarm about the mental-health struggles facing Illinois kids.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul announced Friday that Illinois had joined other states in amicus briefs against LGBTQ student discrimination.
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A coalition of of LGBTQ and health organizations have denounced a new Florida rule that denies Medicaid coverage for gender-affirming care for both youth and adults.
A new report released this week by The Trevor Project highlights the mental health experiences among youth of different racial backgrounds.
A new study by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law finds younger LGBQ adults are physically healthier but have worse psychological distress than older LGBQ people.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization for the JYNNEOS vaccine on Monday to increase monkeypox vaccination access.
The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts will bring a variety of touring artists to its stages for the 2022-23 season, although at a smaller scale than during its pre-COVID-19 seasons.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign urban planning professor Marc Doussard and his co-author, Portland State University urban studies and planning professor Greg Schrock, examine grassroots organizing efforts in six cities, including Chicago, in “Justice at Work: The Rise of Economic and Racial Justice Coalitions in Cities.”