Breakthroughs In Care
To identify a potentially devastating eye condition, Northwestern Medicine pediatricians perform annual electronic eye screening in children as young as 12 months.
Northwestern Medicine debunks common excuses for avoiding colorectal cancer screening tests.
To reduce your chance of getting sick this flu season, do what nurses do.
Washing your hands is one of the first lines of defense against the cold and flu.
Chilly air means sniffly noses. Find out why cold weather causes your nose to run from a Northwestern Medicine primary care physician.
If you knew you were at risk for heart attack or stoke, would you change your lifestyle? Learn how a new online tool could help young adults predict heart disease.
Overuse of antibiotics contributes to the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, increases healthcare costs, and exposes patients to unnecessary risk of side effects.
People who CAN digest dairy are actually in the minority. Learn the truth about dairy products, milk substitutes and calcium consumption.
Tips for making realistic New Year’s resolutions – and keeping them.