Breakthroughs In Care
Try these sources of vitamins (and minerals) to help improve cognitive function, reduce blood pressure and protect your most valuable organs.
See how overeating affects your heart and why an unusually big meal can trigger a heart attack.
Videoconferencing helps a growing number of emergency departments offer life-saving care for patients in the critical minutes following a stroke.
Responsible for 15 to 20 percent of strokes, AFib is the most common type of irregular heartbeat, affecting 2.7 million people — and counting.
Knowing your risks is the first step in prevention. See how Northwestern Medicine tailors care to meet the needs of the Hispanic community.
Patients with depression and cardiovascular disease are much more likely to have poorer outcomes. Mental health care is key.
Colds, flu and even heart attacks are more common in winter. Learn why, and how to protect yourself.
Find out when it makes sense to get a second opinion on your medical condition, and how to get one.
Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital offers two FDA-approved procedures that can drastically improve the life of those needing valve replacements.