A pregnant woman’s higher blood sugar level is linked to a significantly greater long-term risk of obesity in her child – even more than a decade later.
Browsing: Clinical Breakthroughs
The first simple blood test to identify your body’s precise internal time clock as compared to the external time has been developed by Northwestern Medicine scientists.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has shown that pregnant women can safely limit their weight gain with diet and exercise interventions.
New stretchable electronic patches could transform rehabilitation and long-term care. Read the story in Northwestern Medicine magazine.
A drug called mogamulizumab significantly improved progression-free survival for patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, according to a study published in The Lancet Oncology.
Northwestern Medicine scientists demonstrated the efficacy of novel treatments for heart failure and provided new insights into mechanisms of the disease, in three recent studies.
Molecular autopsies can reveal genetic risk factors in young people who unexpectedly die, but proper interpretation of the results can be challenging, according to a recent study.
A large national study shows electively inducing labor at 39 weeks actually reduces the rate of cesarean deliveries and decreases maternal and fetal complications.
Pediatric patients with sepsis who completed a series of treatments within one hour of sepsis recognition had better outcomes, according to a new multi-center study.
EHR-based tools designed to help patients manage complex drug regimens failed to improve medication adherence or lower blood pressure among patients with hypertension, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.