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Feb 28, 2019

Northwestern’s John A. Rogers, PhD, and Amy Paller, MD, published a study in the journal Science that shows how ultra thin, electronic sensors developed in Roger’s lab have the potential to make NICUs wireless.

Feb 26, 2019

The landmark Northwestern Juvenile Project, led by Linda Teplin, PhD, has produced some astonishing findings about health risks and premature deaths of delinquent youth. These findings are shaping services and programs that support juvenile detainees, giving them the help they need to live healthier lives.

Feb 12, 2019

There’s been an uptick in childhood food allergies in recent years, and new evidence from Northwestern shows that they’re also becoming more common in adults. Many of the reactions to these allergies are life-threatening. Why is this increase happening and how can we keep people affected by food allergy safe?