Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Released From Hospital After Kidney TransplantJohnson received his new kidney on Wednesday at Rush University Medical Center.
Top Cop Eddie Johnson In Fair Condition After Kidney TransplantThe city’s top cop revealed he suffers from a rare kidney disease earlier this year, after falling ill at a press conference in January.
Toddler With 'Childhood Alzheimer's' Begins Treatment At Chicago HospitalA California family visited Rush University Medical Center this week in hopes of slowing the disease.
Rush University Study To Explore Alzheimer's Disease In LatinosStudies show Latinos may be at higher risk of developing dementia over other ethnicities, but are less likely to get medical help for it.
Rush University Medical Center Unveils Specialized Stroke AmbulanceThe specialized ambulance has a CT scan machine and anti-stroke medications inside. That allows a stroke diagnosis on-the-scene and treatment to begin right away.
New Program At Rush Offers Free "PTSD Boot Camp"Rush University Medical Center has kicked off a new intensive outpatient program to help veterans dealing with issues associated with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Fire Department Helps Remove 'Device' From Man's PenisA man was rushed to the emergency room on Friday after a "sexual enhancement device" was stuck on his penis.
Study Finds Seafood Can Help Protect Against Alzheimer'sA new study has found seafood is still good for your brain, even though the seafood might have mercury in it.
New Year's Eve Presents Dilemma For AlcoholicsNew Year’s Eve can be decision-time for people who are alcoholics, or people who might be trying to cut back in the amount of drinking they do, according to Dr. Gail Basch, director of the Addiction Medicine Program at Rush University Medical Center.
Study: Adult Children Of Chinese Americans Stressed Over Cultural ExpectationsA new study takes a look at the culture of Chinese Americans in Chicago, and the effects of adult children trying to live up to the expectation that they’ll take care of their aging parents.
Expert: Turning Clocks Back Doesn't Translate To Extra Sleep For EveryoneRush University Medical Center sleep disorder expert Dr. James Wyatt said research indicates there are more traffic accidents on the Sunday after the fall time change, perhaps because of greater alcohol use, and people staying up a little later.
After 22 Years In Military, Chicago Nurse Now Directs His Own UnitFred Brown Jr., originally had hopes of becoming an engineer, but after joining the Air Force Reserve, he found himself more interested in the healthcare industry.