Breakthroughs In Care
Stretchable technology is making headlines, thanks to scientists who believe in the connection between engineering and science.
Adding a little pumpkin to your diet can help fight heart disease, regulate blood sugar and improve eye health.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are developing a software tool that will simplify and streamline social network data collection related to HIV.
Filling out a fantasy football lineup is hard enough. Factor in injuries and the task can take you right to kick off on Sunday.
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.
Therapists in physical medicine and rehabilitation are making use of new advancements in technology, particularly virtual reality (VR).
The idea that you can transform healthcare through welcoming environments is at the heart of Northwestern Medicine hospital design.
Northwestern scientists are developing a tool to rapidly test millions of nanoparticles at one time to zero in on the best particle for a specific use.
Rheumatic disease affects millions, but many misconceptions prevent people from seeking help early – when it’s most vital.
The precision benefits of proton therapy are well documented and pencil beam scanning takes this specificity to new levels to treat complicated cases.