Physicians Honor Their MentorDoctors who worked with orthopedic surgeon Aaron Rosenberg, MD, raised $2 million to fund an endowed chair in his name at Rush University.
Weaving Through Life's TrafficResidents at Facing Forward to End Homelessness are feeling happier, smoking fewer cigarettes and feeling healthier in general thanks partly to a knitting class.
Focusing on you
At Rush, everything doctors, nurses and other clinicians do revolves around helping you get well, live longer or feel better — so you can focus on the rest of your life. Find a Doctor at Rush.
Like many doctors at Rush,
Kim Williams, MD, believes leading the way is about more than developing new treatments and technologies. It’s also about using them thoughtfully, for the right patients
at the right time.
At Rush, doctors, nurses and other clinicians work in teams. By pooling their knowledge, they get a more complete picture of your condition. Then you get a treatment plan informed
by multiple experts. Learn how a team approach can save lives.
When snowflakes swirl and Chicago's wind chills to the bone, warm woolen mittens may top your list of favorite things. But when the mitts come off and you're still offering a cold handshake, you might wonder what's wrong — and what you can do about it.
So you went out in the cold with wet hair. Now, as your Mom may have warned, you're bound to get sick. Right? Wrong. This is one of the numerous myths and misconceptions about winter health that many people mistakenly accept as fact.