Breakthroughs In Care
Some changes in memory and thinking are a normal part of aging, but some could be cause for concern. Find out when to see your physician.
“This is a public health crisis, but there’s a way forward,” says Mark A. Reinecke, PhD, a psychologist with Northwestern Medicine. Here are five things you should know about suicide.
Knowing your blood type can be crucial in a medical emergency, but it can also offer some interesting insight into your health. See how your blood type might play a role in your well-being.
Sunburn, the skin’s response to too much UV light, affects three million people a year in the U.S. Find out what symptoms should trigger a visit to your physician.
Dry drowning and secondary drowning are rare, but they are extremely dangerous. Here are the signs every parent should know.
Donating blood is an extremely rewarding experience that has the opportunity to save up to three lives with just one donation. Proper nutrition beforehand can help prevent you from becoming dizzy or weak after giving blood.
This Northwestern Medicine nurse works in the place that first inspired her passion for patient care — when she was still a child.
Why does alcohol cause memory loss or impaired judgment? Northwestern Medicine’s addiction medicine specialist Jeffrey T. Johnson, DO explains.
A Northwestern Medicine primary care physician provides preventative tips to help you through the flu season.