How to make popular fast food and frozen dinners healthier.

Make Takeout & Frozen Meals Healthier (Infographic)

For days when you’re too crazed to cook

When You Think You Have Acid Reflux

When You Think You Have Acid Reflux- But It’s Not (Video)

Tags: achalasia, acid reflux, cardiovascular surgery, dr. raja, esophagus, heart videos, swallowing disorders, thoracic surgery, videos, whiteboard sessions

Achalasia, which is sometimes confused with acid reflux, causes problems with swallowing foods and liquids and can result in malnutrition and other serious issues. Here’s how it’s diagnosed.


Shoulder Pain Injury

Over 45? How You Can Deal With Rotator Cuff Injuries

Tags: rotator cuff, shoulder, shoulder pain, tendonitis

Older Americans can easily strain a shoulder. Here's how to recognize the difference between a rotator cuff injury that can result and a more common culprit: tendonitis.


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How to Have “The Talk” About Sex With Your Aging Parents

Tags: senior health, sex, sexual health, STDs

Do you remember sitting awkwardly as your mom or dad told you about sex, STDs and protection? Now imagine switching roles. Get practical advice for an important conversation.


There are 7 important points you should know about cooking oils. Inforgraphic on HealthHub from Cleveland Clinic

Heart-Healthy Cooking: Oils 101

Tags: cooking, cooking oils, diet, heart and vascular institute, heart disease, heart health, heart-healthy oils, infographic, oils

Confused about which oils are heart-healthy and which aren’t? Keep this primer from our registered dietitian as a ready reference.


Cold and Flu Virus

Is It a Cold or the Flu? Know Your F.A.C.T.S. (Infographic)

Tags: colds, fevers, flu, flu season, infographic, pneumonia

You're not feeling well. You're very tired and have a cough and a stuffy nose. How do you know if it’s the flu or merely a cold?


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Doctors Bust Your Most Common Robotic Surgery Myths

Tags: balding and health health, bladder, colorectal surgery, innovations, kidney, kidney cancer, kidney removal, laparoscopic surgery, myths, prostate, prostate cancer, robotic surgery

Advances in robotic surgery in areas such as urology and colorectal surgery make procedures less invasive, but are neither a cure-all nor cause for worry, doctors say.


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Unique Pacemaker Therapy Benefits Women Heart Patients

Tags: heart and vascular institute, heart failure, heart failure therapy, heart health, pacemaker

Heart disease develops differently in women and men. Women respond better to cardiac resynchronization therapy, but many women aren't treated.


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If You Suffer From Endometriosis, Better Help May Be Coming

Tags: endometriosis, menstrual cramps, periods, study

If you suffer from the pain and other aggravations of endometriosis, learn about some of the latest advances in research and treatment.


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How to Manage Challenging Behavior in Children With Autism

Tags: ASD, autism, autism spectrum disorder, behavior

Aggression toward a sibling or classmate. Self injury. Wandering off without warning. Many children with autism exhibit this challenging behavior. What can parents do?


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How To Know If It’s Taking Too Long To Get Pregnant

Tags: infertility, pregnancy

Many couples worry if they don’t conceive after a couple months of trying, but that’s too soon to be concerned. Find out how long you should wait before consulting with fertility experts.