Breakthroughs In Care
Achieve your New Year's resolutions when you make a plan, get support and give yourself time. Learn how to turn your goals into habits.
A safe and effective male contraceptive continues to evade scientists, but they’re hard at work on several new options in the research pipeline.
Smoking is the most widely known cause of lung cancer, yet it remains the most prevalent, too. Lung surgeon Malcolm DeCamp, MD, offers answers.
Good nutrition habits can be tough to keep during cancer treatment, but eating well can give you the strength and energy you need to fight.
People aren’t great at disconnecting. But taking time off – from work, from the internet, from connectivity – can have benefits for your health.
While most toy-related injuries are minor cuts, scrapes and bruises, certain toys represent real risks for children. Learn what to look for.
A new pathway in the brain offers a promising new target to treat depression for people for whom other antidepressants have failed.
Cross-disciplinary research from Northwestern Medicine is revealing effective, affordable interventions to stop diabetes in its tracks.
A Northwestern University research team has developed 3D printable ink that produces a synthetic bone implant that rapidly induces growth.
According to research from Northwestern Medicine, the risk of heart disease significantly increases for those with genetically inherited high cholesterol.