As temperatures remain warm over the holiday weekend, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines Friday on how to manage diabetes amid the heat. According to the CDC’s website, people with diabetes “feel the heat more” than people without diabetes due to the body’s ability to use insulin properly, the sweat glands not operating as they should...
\t OUR HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE ADDING ANOTHER CHALLENGING LAYER ONTO WHAT HAS ALREADY BEEN A DIFFICULT SUMMER FOR MANY.
\tOUR CHRIS COFFEY IS OUT IN THE HEAT TODAY TO FIND OUT HOW PEOPLE ARE COPING…. CHRIS!
Attorney Michael Bartolic spends most days wiping beads of sweat off his face while he sits at his desk on the 14th floor of the iconic 208 South LaSalle Street building. The building is also home to the JW Marriott Hotel, which is not affected. Bartolic even ditched the suit and tie for shorts and a t-shirt as temperatures inside…
Essential workers at Chicago’s downtown LaSalle building are looking for answers after temperatures inside their workplace are reaching 90-degrees or higher. NBC 5’s Chris Hush reports