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I want to partner with patients. I want it to be a very open, interactive relationship, and include them in decision-making.
— Jennifer Goldfarb, internist
I learn things about people every day. And you learn things about life every day from patients.
— Gregory Rauch, MD, internist
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The choices you make each day can have a huge effect on your health. Rush offers a wealth of resources to help you make good ones.
The Power of Good PostureAn expert explains what good posture looks like, and the health benefits of standing and sitting tall.
6 Facts About PrEPLearn more about PrEP, a drug that can help protect people who are at high risk for HIV infection.
Researchers at Rush have found that having a purpose in life may make you less likely to develop tissue damage in the brain.
A diet created, studied and reported on by researchers at Rush has been ranked the easiest diet to follow and the second best overall diet for 2016 by U.S. News & World Report.
Rush is seeking volunteers for a study testing whether a specific diet can prevent or control Alzheimer's disease.
Experts in elder abuse call for research to help older adults at risk from age-associated financial vulnerability.
Elevated levels of mercury in the brain due to eating seafood don't increase harm to the brain, according to a Rush study.
Eating a group of specific foods may slow cognitive decline among aging adults, even when the person is not at risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
A discovery by researchers at Rush points to a novel treatment that eventually might be effective for Alzheimer's disease.
Raj C. Shah, MD, studies ways to prevent, diagnose and treat age-related conditions, particularly memory loss, that characterizes Alzheimer’s.
The Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center, which performs acclaimed research using organ donor brains, just received a $14.3 million NIA grant renewal.
A pioneer in Alzheimer's disease research, Denis Evans, MD, just received a lifetime achievement award from the Alzheimer's Association.