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Sleep Health

Researchers Find Ways to Help Teens Get More Sleep

Time management and bright light therapy prove effective for adolescents
Teen sleep
Cancer

Enjoying the Fruits of Their Labor

Members of the gardening club at Waterford Place Cancer Resource Center appreciate the opportunity to give to others
Cheri Tuymer and  Julie Gilbert harvest potatoes
Cancer

Kristina’s Story

Kristina had a great support system to help her through cancer treatment. Now she wants to help others

Omar Ramos and Kristina Lubic
Alzheimer’s Disease

RUSH Researchers Receive Grant to Study Dementia Therapy Device

Wearable tool aims to reduce agitation in people with dementia
Dementia Device
University

‘RUSH Gave Me My Career’

Edward Weiner, MD ’73, expresses gratitude for his education and fulfilling career.
Dr. Ed Weiner
Office of Community Health Equity and Engagement News

RUSH Joins White House Conference on Hunger

Experts from RUSH shared strategies to address social determinants of health
White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health
University

Audiology Career Opportunities

There is a growing demand for audiologists, and job opportunities in audiology are expected to grow by 16% from 2020 to 2030. Learn more about the career outlook for audiologists.
An audiologist conducts a hearing exam on a patient seated in an audiometric booth
Healthy Aging & Caregiving

RUSH Wins Grant to Spread Program for Caregivers

With funding from The John A. Hartford Foundation, Caring for Caregivers will reach other hospitals
Hands of a patient and loved one
Research

$340K Awarded to Study Emerging Health Threats

RUSH supports eight innovative infectious disease projects
Student working on biotech research
Awards, Rankings and Recognitions

RUSH Recognized for Social Responsibility

RUSH University Medical Center and RUSH Oak Park Hospital both receive ‘A’ grades in 2022 Lown Institute Hospitals Index
RUSH University Medical Center is ranked the most socially responsible hospital in Ilinois