Low birth weight caused by genetic factors appears to increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life.
A family history of heart attacks increases psoriasis patients’ odds of having heart attacks and strokes.
People with traumatic brain injury (TBI) often times suffer from serious headaches. But if the patient wants to take potentially addictive opioids off the table, what’s another option?
Patients diagnosed with heart failure face a variety of challenges with the condition over the course of their lifetime. As a result specialized centers can help provide the best care and help overall quality of life.
While the diagnosis of heart failure is common in cardiology there have been significant developments in the field which allows patients to live for many years with the condition.
The diagnosis of heart failure is a common problem cardiologists face on a daily basis both in the hospital and outpatient settings. Finding the best treatments to help their quality life remains an issue being addressed across cardiology.
Located in the heart of the country Northwestern Medicine has made a name for itself in a wide range of conditions. With such a large number of specialists covering many conditions it can help provide more comprehensive care for many people locally and beyond.
With projections that the number of patients with Parkinson's disease could double in the near future as the population continues to age work is still being done to find effective treatments and cures for the condition.
There are constantly new innovations being developed in vascular surgery, particularly when it comes to the treatment of aneurysms and Northwestern University is one place where that work is being spearheaded.