Breakthroughs In Care
Medical emergencies have their own timeline, even if you’re on vacation. Here’s how to prepare before your trip.
Make the most of your summer adventures by taking proper precautions.
Dry drowning and secondary drowning are rare, but they are extremely dangerous. Here are the signs every parent should know.
Beach towel. Goggles. Sandbox. Find out what summer staples are breeding grounds for germs and how to protect yourself.
Find out what types of cancer in men and women are on the rise because of HPV, how HPV affects the body and what you can do to protect yourself.
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.
To identify a potentially devastating eye condition, Northwestern Medicine pediatricians perform annual electronic eye screening in children as young as 12 months.
Overuse injuries are damage to bones, muscles, ligaments or tendons as a result of repetitive stress. Here are the top three sports injuries and how to spot them.
Short answer: Baby poop comes in lots of colors, and most of them are totally normal.