Breakthroughs In Care
Headaches can be caused by many factors. However, the link between headaches and hormones can explain why women experience them more frequently.
The frontal lobe, which controls decision-making, does not reach full development until your mid- to late 20s. Learn what this means for your teen’s developing brain.
Fuel your most important organ with these superfoods.
Music has a profound effect on your brain. In fact, choosing your favorite genre can boost creativity and enhance cognitive performance.
Concussions are not reserved for athletes. Learn the symptoms of a concussion and what to expect on the road to recovery.
As the opioid epidemic worsens, a Northwestern Medicine addiction specialist discusses addiction prevention, signs of opioid abuse and overcoming dependency.
Angela Lawson, PhD, and Susan Klock, PhD, psychologists with Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine, discuss when and how to respectfully navigate topics of family building.
Why does alcohol cause memory loss or impaired judgment? Northwestern Medicine’s addiction medicine specialist Jeffrey T. Johnson, DO explains.
A Northwestern Medicine fertility specialist explains when to seek professional help and some common causes of infertility.
With so many seasonal beverage choices at coffee shops across the country, learn to you choose one that tastes good and is good for you.