Parkinson’s disease patients have different gut microbiomes than people without the disease. New research shows that those bacterial differences can trigger or accelerate the disease.
Hearing expert Valeriy Shafiro, PhD, studies ways to enhance cochlear implants for the hearing impaired.
Rush has partnered with Tempus, a new technology company, to provide genetic screenings for cancer patients that may allow doctors to customize more effective treatments for them.
She donated a kidney without knowing who would receive it. He got it. They became like family. Their story illustrates the possibility and profound impact of living organ donation.
Orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine physicians at Rush have launched Ankles for Life, a program to stop ankle injuries from occurring.
Rheumatoid arthritis immobilized Nancy, but joint replacements and advanced medical treatments got her up and moving again.
A new Rush University program builds on on-going efforts to help students of different disciplines work together effectively.
Rush is seeking volunteers for a study testing whether a specific diet can prevent or control Alzheimer's disease.
To address undiagnosed depression, a pilot program is including a screening for it as part of routine patient visits at three Rush outpatient clinics.
Rush’s Health Legacy Program teaches black women to make lifestyle changes to improve their health and set an example in their homes.