Jeffrey Linder, MD, MPH, has developed effective ways to reduce the number of inappropriate prescriptions.
A new blood test developed at Northwestern has the potential to advance treatments of a variety of disorders and diseases.
More than 50 percent of women who are of childbearing age are overweight or obese, which may put them at risk for complications during pregnancy and child birth and affect their babies’ health, too.
Emily Rogalski, PhD, has been studying SuperAgers for a decade and reveals some fascinating findings about their brains and lives.
Kelly Michelson, MD, MPH, discusses the importance of palliative care in pediatric hospitals.
John A. Rogers, PhD, has created a fleet of wireless, wearable devices that have the potential to change the way physicians collect data and treat patients, from NICU preemies to stroke patients in recovery.
Brian Mustanski, PhD, is leading an effort to study, intervene and improve the health of the sexual and gender minority community.
Robert Kalb, MD, Director of the Les Turner ALS Center at Northwestern Medicine is optimistic that more breakthroughs in the basic biology of the disease are on the way and a cure is possible.
Katherine Wisner, MD, is working to understand how medications can be used to treat mental illnesses, such as depression, during pregnancy.
Becoming a father can impact a man’s health, mentally and physically. Craig Garfield, MD, shares insights about modern-day dads that might surprise you.