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|Discover Rush Fall 2011|| |
Welcome to the Fall 2011 issue of Discover Rush, the health newsletter from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Use the links below to explore the topic of rejuvenation, this issue's theme. You can also view the print version of the rejuvenation issue or visit our archive to browse issues on different themes.
Discover Fall 2011 | The Rejuvenation Issue
Read interesting tidbits about rejuvenation.
Rejuvenate Your Health
Improve your health. Stay fit and strong. Prolong your life. Though these goals might seem hard to reach, they're not impossible. Follow three principles: Eat well, love better and move more.
Easy as 1, 2, 3: Rejuvenate Your GI Health
For people who have occasional digestive problems, internist Ece A. Mutlu, MD, offers advice to help rejuvenate gastrointestinal (GI) health.
The Healing Potential of Platelet-Rich Plasma (Web Exclusive)
Brian Cole, MD, MBA, an orthopedic surgeon at Rush, says platelet-rich plasma may have a rejuvenative effect for patients with osteoarthritis.
Repairing and Replacing Shoulders, Biologically (Web Exclusive)
Experts at Rush are looking at ways to biologically repair or rejuvenate the shoulder joint and stave off the need for a replacement.
Renewing Joints Without Replacing Them
Learn about how cartilage restoration can turn back the clock for many people with damaged joints — just as it did for Chicago White Sox minor league outfielder Jose Martinez.
Recharge: How Three Physicians Find Ways to Rejuvenate
Physicians tend to work long hours — but when the work ends, the day is far from done. By sharing how they make the most of their "downtime," three physicians at Rush offer good ideas for anyone else who wants to feel rejuvenated.
Rejuvenating the Community
With a new hospital rising over the Eisenhower Expressway and new rooftop gardens in bloom, Rush University Medical Center embodies the rejuvenation of Chicago's West Side. That's no accident.
Rush in the News
Taking Robotics Use to Heart
The twists and turns inside the heart could rival the plot twists in any blockbuster Hollywood thriller. Which is why cardiac electrophysiologists at Rush University Medical Center are now using the Sensei Robotic Catheter system — to access areas that may otherwise be out of reach.
Vaccine Trial Results Show Promise for Advanced Melanoma
Very few treatment options exist for patients with advanced melanoma, the most lethal type of skin cancer. But the results of a large clinical trial involving Rush provide promise.
Braing Imaging in Predicting and Monitoring Alzheimer's Disease
Carotid Stenosis Treatment
Upcoming Events at Rush
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