High-intensity exercise three times a week is safe for individuals with early-stage Parkinson’s disease and decreases worsening of the disease’s symptoms, according to results of a study.
Two doctors at Rush, Monica Kogan, MD, and Haimanot (Monnie) Wasse, MD, MPH, have been chosen for a fellowship that aims to advance women leaders.
Rush University Medical Center has been named a Top Teaching Hospital by the Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit hospital watchdog organization.
A new approach to tracking the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria could lead to interventions to prevent future outbreaks of the superbugs.
A pediatrician at Rush has joined other Chicago-area physicians to urge support of proposed state legislation to license Illinois gun dealers.
Residents in Broadview, Illinois, who report symptoms of stroke can now receive state-of-the-art, emergency stroke care at their own homes.
Rush University Medical Center’s lung cancer care team is one of five recipients worldwide of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer's Cancer Care Team Award.
For the second time this year, all three Rush hospitals have received an ‘A’ grade, the best possible, from safety watchdog the Leapfrog Group.
Rush University Medical Center and the Rush University College of Nursing are playing a major role in a federal pilot program seeking ways to address a shortage of primary care clinicians.
Rush is one of only a few U.S. academic medical centers to make patient comments about their doctors viewable in its online physician directory.