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.

Chicago Magazine  February (Issue) 2011, online 0

Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, chair, preventative medicine, is featured in an
article regarding a 10 year plan to change the way people think about
cardiovascular health. Lloyd-Jones comments that nobody has ever really
talked about cardiovascular health; they’ve always focused on cardiovascular
disease.

Chicago Magazine  February (Issue) 2011, online 0

Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, chair, preventative medicine, is featured in an
article regarding a 10 year plan to change the way people think about
cardiovascular health. Lloyd-Jones comments that nobody has ever really
talked about cardiovascular health; they’ve always focused on cardiovascular
disease.

Chicago Sun-Times 0

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Prentice Women’s Hospital and Robert H. Lurie
Comprehensive Cancer Center are mentioned in an article regarding the
animal-assisted therapy program offered to patients at the hospital.

UPI 0

Researchers at Northwestern said 81 percent of those in the group with
highest physical activity walked fast enough to clear a busy intersection
while the “walk” sign still flashed — a speed of about 4 feet per second —
versus 49 percent in the group with lowest physical activity.

Reuters 0

Susie Rosenberg, RN, CNS, clinical practice consultant, NICU, is quoted in an
article about a new product called Zaky, a specially designed pillow for
premature babies shaped like a human hand. Rosenberg comments that a variety
of similar products are on the market, and nurses often come up with their
own solutions, all of which have the same goal of facilitating containment
and security for a baby.

U.S. News & World Report 0

“Many times after the surgery, people are afraid to go back and live their
lives. They don’t want to hurt themselves and have another herniation, ” Dr.
Joseph Weistroffer, an assistant professor of orthopedic and neurological
surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a spine
surgeon at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Chicago Sun-Times 0

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Prentice Women’s Hospital and Robert H. Lurie
Comprehensive Cancer Center are mentioned in an article regarding the
animal-assisted therapy program offered to patients at the hospital.

UPI 0

Researchers at Northwestern said 81 percent of those in the group with
highest physical activity walked fast enough to clear a busy intersection
while the “walk” sign still flashed — a speed of about 4 feet per second —
versus 49 percent in the group with lowest physical activity.

Reuters 0

Susie Rosenberg, RN, CNS, clinical practice consultant, NICU, is quoted in an
article about a new product called Zaky, a specially designed pillow for
premature babies shaped like a human hand. Rosenberg comments that a variety
of similar products are on the market, and nurses often come up with their
own solutions, all of which have the same goal of facilitating containment
and security for a baby.

U.S. News & World Report 0

“Many times after the surgery, people are afraid to go back and live their
lives. They don’t want to hurt themselves and have another herniation, ” Dr.
Joseph Weistroffer, an assistant professor of orthopedic and neurological
surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a spine
surgeon at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

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