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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.
Sarah Ailey PhD, APHN, is studying ways to improve social skills of people with intellectual disabilities in order to help them avoid harmful situations.
Rush’s Health Legacy Program teaches black women to make lifestyle changes to improve their health and set an example in their homes.
A leading weight loss researcher explains that obesity is a chronic disease caused by an array of factors, not a lack of will power.
Rush's disparities navigator is just one of many Rush initiatives to make health care equitable.
In conjunction with World Breastfeeding Week, a Rush breastfeeding expert offers insights about the amazing reasons that mother's milk is best for infants and how she gets at-risk mother to nurse.
Eating and going to sleep late at night, and skipping breakfast, may contribute to poor blood sugar control, according to researchers at Rush.
Researchers have identified an early warning sign of kidney disease that can detect the deadly condition long before it does harm.