Our family physician from Christie Clinic joins us to talk about questions regarding anxiety, skin health, and dieting.
CHAMPAIGN -- ACL injuries are very common and there are some new techniques to repair them.
CHAMPAIGN -- It's taken years for one Champaign County woman to reach one of her biggest goals. Now, she's Taking Action to help others follow in her footsteps.
After following John and Laura on their weight-loss journey for 20 weeks now, they're showing-off their new looks and new attitudes!
C-U Public Health supports Cutting Government "Waist," a new program to encourage a healthy work environment. Parkland College is one of the agencies on board.
Zucchini Pizza Boats.
With recent flooding we will be talking about mold, and when it becomes a serious health risk. Also, there have been outbreaks of "hand, foot, mouth disease" and we'll be talking about common causes and ways to prevent it.
NATIONAL -- A new report suggests too many kids are spending too much time in front of a TV or computer screen.
We are joined by Christie Clinic to help take kick some calories from a summer favorite -- frozen yogurt.
Dr. Dawn Brunner from Christie Clinic joins us to answer your medical questions. One viewer is having trouble with flexibility on their left side, and they want to know the cause. Check out this video to hear her expert advice.
URBANA -- People with heart failure and are out of treatment options may benefit from a new program.
MATTOON -- Temporomandibular joint dysfunction. It's quite a mouthful. It's also a mouthful of pain, but it doesn't have to be.
URBANA -- Caring for your pet involves an occasional trip to the vet.
ILLINOIS -- It's going to be a little easier to get a flu shot.
WE'RE RESCUING YOUR FAMILY RECIPE FOR LASAGNA. CUTTING CALORIES, BUT KEEPING IT A FAMILY FAVORITE.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Physical activity is important for all of us, especially children and young adults.
ILLINOIS -- The state wants to give babies a new test when they're born.
NATIONAL -- Understanding food labels can be difficult. So, the FDA is working to make counting calories a bit easier.
Dr. Nathan Walker from Christie Clinic joins us to answer your medical questions. One viewer asks if there is a good way to stop inflamation with out medicine?
LaDonna Jenkins from Carle Joins us for Food Facts as we take a closer look at chicken salad, and find ways to cut the calories.
As John and Laura continue to lose weight, they're also losing inches and eliminating more health risks. Join us in cheering on our Transformation 3 winners!
Dermatologist Jeremy Youse joins the morning show with an important reminder, after one skin cancer survivor shares her story.
our Dr. will be answering any medical questions you may have. Our Dr.'s are very knowledgeable in many different areas, so don't be afraid to ask. one viewer want to know why accupuncture isn't accepted as a treatment across the medical field.
ILLINOIS -- More than 200,000 people in the state suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
ILLINOIS -- There are 65,000 reported cases of hepatitis C in the state, so lawmakers, community advocates and health experts were at the Statehouse Wednesday, educating people about the dangerous disease.
Our local family physician joins us to answer all of your health questions. In this edition topics range from e-cigs to "hand, foot, mouth" disease.
SPRINGFIELD -- It's a tool found in high schools all over the state. The problem is, many students aren't trained how to use it.
ILLINOIS -- The weather is getting warmer, flowers are blooming and the grass is beginning to turn green.
Part Two: "Superfood" for dinner
Part One: "Superfood" on-the-go
CHAMPAIGN -- About 20 million people in the U.S. have human papillomavirus or HPV.
Transformation 3: Adding More Activity
ILLINOIS -- Schools could have even more access to the drug, epinephrine.
Dr. Nathan walker from Christie Clinic joins us to answer your medical questions.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- There's a state-of-the-art invention at UI. It's a health monitor about the size of a quarter.
DANVILLE -- City leaders want you to get up and get moving.
CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- Caffeine is America's favorite drug, but some drinks pack a bigger punch than you may realize.
ILLINOIS -- Diseases, once preventable, are now resurfacing in parts of Illinois.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- It's a problem the Champaign County Humane Society has been seeing for about a year.
URBANA -- Neighbors in one area say they've been battling broken pipes.
Part Two: Getting fit with Technology
Part One: Getting fit with Technology
Update: 10:04 pm HARRISTOWN -- A grade school principal wasn't going to let a poor health ranking bring her students down.
CHAMPAIGN -- 70% of us are suffering "digital eye strain" and most don't even know it.
Transformation 3: Eliminating Health Risks
ILLINOIS -- A new report suggests Illinois residents are making strides towards better health.
ILLINOIS -- A new report ranks every county in the state for its health.
URBANA -- Blood clots affect hundreds of thousands of Americans each year, yet many of us are in the dark on the commonly occurring, and potentially fatal condition, deep vein thrombosis, or DVT.
CHAMPAIGN -- After years of overeating, Champaign Police clerk Teri Weens' weight spiraled out of control.
Transformation 3: Challenges and Triumphs in the Beginning