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Minimally Invasive Surgery

Less cutting of tendons and ligaments can lead to quicker recovery By Kelly K. James Michael Floodstrand had always led…

Life After CancerCancer

Life After Cancer

By David Himmel Above photo: Abigail Mendoza. Photo by Angela Garbot It’s been almost three years since I was diagnosed…

Making Sense of SleepSleeping Disorders

Making Sense of Sleep

Restless nights can ruin your days. A sleep study may be able to help By Kate Silver Rick Bonow feels like…

Seniors in the CenterAccess to Care

Seniors in the Center

Changing the way older adults access healthcare By Erika Napoletano Above: At Northwestern Medicine, Anne Seltzer, social worker with the division of…

OCD?Mental Health

OCD?

Misconceptions abound of a debilitating disorder By Lorna Collier Diana, 18, is a North Carolina high school senior who loves animals. She…

Like a Balloon That BurstsCardiology

Like a Balloon That Bursts

Aneurysms often show no symptoms, but a rupture can be deadly By Jeffrey Westhoff Above image: Sapan Desai, MD, PhD, MBA,…

Gluten related symptoms: Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity?

The Medicine Cabinet: Ask the Harvard Experts By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: I seem to be very sensitive to gluten.…

Start treatment now to prevent spring allergy symptomsAllergies

Start treatment now to prevent spring allergy symptoms

The Medicine Cabinet: Ask the Harvard Experts By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: I have spring allergies. Every year I think…

10 tips to fight osteoporosisOsteoporosis

10 tips to fight osteoporosis

Environmental Nutrition By Carrie Dennett, M.P.H., R.D.N., Environmental Nutrition Newsletter Because 70 percent of our bone destiny is due to…

Antibiotics can be an option rather than surgery for simple appendicitisGastroenterology

Antibiotics can be an option rather than surgery for simple appendicitis

The Medicine Cabinet-Ask the Harvard Expert  By Howard LeWine, M.D. Q: A friend recently was diagnosed with appendicitis. She was…