Media Coverage

The work done by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine faculty members (and even some students) is regularly highlighted in newspapers, online media outlets and more. Below you’ll find links to articles and videos of Feinberg in the news.

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What does the medical establishment have to say? Dr. Murad Alam, the chief of
cutaneous and aesthetic surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School
of Medicine, says there’s basically no research in the field of facial
exercise. Just because we don’t have hard numbers doesn’t mean the exercises
don’t work, he says. There just haven’t been any controlled, scientific
studies to prove or disprove their efficacy.

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While both studies are steps forward, “the field will still be waiting for
something that will give us a more powerful discrimination between what is
Alzheimer’s and what is not Alzheimer’s, and the severity of disease,” says
William Klein, a professor of neurobiology at Northwestern University.

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“The more active people are, the faster they can walk,” said Dorothy Dunlop,
associate professor of medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School
of Medicine and lead author of the study.

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A visiting preventive medicine expert from Chicago’s Northwestern University
says around half of women smokers and a quarter of all men smokers do not
want to quit because they are concerned about weight gain.

Medill Reports 0

When it comes to preparing meals, many parents prioritize convenience, says
registered dietician Linda Van Horn, professor of preventive medicine at
Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

“Raising children, of course, is a full-time job in and of itself,” she says.
“Many of the barriers and limitations that relate to consuming a nutritious
diet fall typically into either time or money management and also just pure
exhaustion or energy level of the parents – typically the mom – trying to
come up with meals.”

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What does the medical establishment have to say? Dr. Murad Alam, the chief of
cutaneous and aesthetic surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School
of Medicine, says there’s basically no research in the field of facial
exercise. Just because we don’t have hard numbers doesn’t mean the exercises
don’t work, he says. There just haven’t been any controlled, scientific
studies to prove or disprove their efficacy.

USA Today 0

While both studies are steps forward, “the field will still be waiting for
something that will give us a more powerful discrimination between what is
Alzheimer’s and what is not Alzheimer’s, and the severity of disease,” says
William Klein, a professor of neurobiology at Northwestern University.

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La primera fase, según han decidido los servicios médicos del Real Madrid y
Fessler, jefe del departamento de Neurocirugía del Northwestern Memorial
Hospital de la ciudad de Chicago, tendrá una duración de cuatro semanas.

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