Health and Fitness
CHAMPAIGN — If your child or teen still needs a school or sports physical, you can now get one from the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District.
The district has hired a new nurse practitioner for its Maternal and Child Health division, and is now able to offer this service to the public, district Administrator Julie Pryde said.
By Chelsey Byers Gerstenecker/University of Illinois Extension
It's fall. Don't fall into a flu trap or any other medical misstep for that matter.
Are you up to date on your vaicinations? There are many preventable diseases that can cause people to have long-term health effects, unnecessary pain, hospitalizations and medical costs and even cause death.
It's fun to play in the dirt with veterans in Danville
When was the last time you played in the dirt? At face value, it's a simple question. It's similar to questions like when was the last time you went to the store? When was the last time you ate at a fast food place?
CHAMPAIGN — Ongoing research into how certain environmental exposures affect children's health and development will be presented Monday at a free symposium at the Beckman Institute in Champaign.
DANVILLE — Students at Northeast Elementary Magnet School and residents in the surrounding neighborhoods have a new place to be active and enjoy the outdoors.
DANVILLE — The state Department of Public Health has determined that a dead crow found in Danville two weeks ago was carrying the West Nile Virus.
Douglas Toole, director of environmental health for the Vermilion County Health Department, said personnel collected the bird on Sept. 1 and sent it to the state agency for analysis.