Breakthroughs In Care
Learn a little more about just a few of the influential, intelligent and caring nurses making an impact every day at Northwestern Medicine.
Growing your own fruit and vegetables not only guarantees your food will be fresh and local, it also has surprising health benefits.
According to a new Northwestern Medicine study, nurture may be able to override nature when it comes to experiencing depression.
Food allergies affect approximately one in every 13 children and while some outgrow these reactions, not all do.
About 30 percent of community-living older men and women fall each year, and 20 to 30 percent of those who fall experience moderate or severe injury from their falls.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are studying strategies to reverse pathways that prevent the immune system from fighting a fatal brain tumor.
About 20 percent of Americans report some degree of hearing loss, and by the age of 65, that prevalence can be as high as one in three.
In a new study, Northwestern Medicine scientists successfully used magnetic nanoparticles to mechanically damage tumor cells in animal models.
Recovering from a stroke takes time, patience, determination and a dedicated team of health professionals.
As many as one million people live with Parkinson’s disease in the US and it’s the second most common neurodegenerative disorder.