Breakthroughs In Care
Stretchable health technology is making headlines, thanks to scientists like John Rogers who believe in the connection between engineering and science.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are developing a software tool that will simplify and streamline social network data collection related to HIV.
Professional athletes may use health trackers a little differently than you, but you don’t have to be fitted with pro-level wearables to stay healthy yourself.
Rheumatic disease affects millions, but many misconceptions about symptoms and treatment prevent people from seeking help early – when it’s most vital.
Craniofacial syndromes include cleft palate, cleft lip and represent one of the most common birth defects. Learn what the diagnosis means.
From germs on the keyboard to calories in the lunch, find out what health risks may be hiding in your child’s classroom.
Due to nature of the care, physical medicine and rehabilitation is one of the most personal forms of medical treatment.
Your community is where you spend time and share interests with your family, friends and neighbors.
Not being able say no, or at a minimum, prioritize parts of the day, can take a toll on anyone.
A new method developed by Northwestern Medicine scientists may be able to distinguish between normal childhood misbehavior and that which is cause for concern.