With Bolingbrook’s recent passing of the Tobacco 21 ordinance, the Will County Board of Health has passed a resolution calling for more Will County municipalities to follow suit.
Since the recent warning about synthetic cannabinoids from the Illinois Department of Public Health, there have now been nearly 60 reported cases in Illinois, along with two reported deaths, due to severe bleeding by victims who had used what is ...
With Saturday the 24th of March being “World TB Day,” the staff at the Sunny Hill Tuberculosis Clinic of Will County is helping fight the daily battle against tuberculosis (TB). This includes the kind of tuberculosis that is dormant inside ...
Troy Township, Shorewood - The Troy Township has invited, David O'Dell of Delco Financial Group, Inc. to present the first and second of a three (3) part free informational series called "Things You Should Know, But Don't Want to Think ...
The Bolingbrook Village Board has passed an ordinance that will make it illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone under 21.
During the 2018 Hero Helps Community Summit, slated for Friday, May 11, 2018 at the Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center in Romeoville, Ill., training on the delivery of naloxone or Narcan will be available to the public.
The American Cancer Society is in need of more volunteer drivers to support the Road To Recovery® program, which provides cancer patients with free rides to treatment.
The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic will celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2018 with a gala on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Children’s Dental Health Month in February is a great time to focus on the fact that kids’ dental health is just as important as their overall health.
On the USDA website, a map of the United States shows the places where lack of access to grocery stores is a problem. That includes big swaths of the City of Joliet.
Adopting key lifestyle changes to benefit your brain in 2018.
Check out the classes available from Silver Cross Hospital in the New Year.
Silver Cross Hospital is adhering to directives set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Will County Health Department for temporary visitor restrictions due to widespread influenza (flu) activity throughout the state and county.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow will have the first Taylor Babec Community Blood Drive of 2018 hosted by his office in honor of the late Jim Stewart.