Cleveland Clinic is the first U.S. center to screen women for uterus transplant. The research study, groundbreaking for the United States, offers hope to women who can’t carry a pregnancy because of uterine factor infertility.Read More
Time to toss on your coziest cardigan and simmer a batch of chili? Before you grab your pot, check out our recommendations for making it your tastiest and healthiest ever. In this infographic, preventive cardiology dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, explains how to choose the right meat, beans, veggies, spices, hot sauce or chilis and … Read More
These seven facts about wet age-related macular degeneration could save your eyesight. Your doctor can give safe, monthly eye injections with little discomfort.
We’ve gotten much more aggressive in how we monitor and treat gout, a chronic, inflammatory form of arthritis. Here’s how you can take an active role in managing your condition.
There are plenty of superfoods among us – you probably eat them every day, such as leafy greens and other vegetables, berries and fruits. But if you are looking to shake up your diet with some fun, exotic and super-nutritious foods, we have six interesting options for you.
A phenomenon called Intermittent reinforcement encourages you to keep trying until you get what you want – like a designer purse at a great price.
There is no known cure for autism. But recent research might make parents wonder if it ever goes away — either through therapy or through a child simply growing older.
The simple act of writing down what you’re grateful for before bed can lead to better sleep, nicer dreams and refreshing start to the next day.
For many families, Thanksgiving Day is one of those rare occasions when multiple generations gather together in one place. That’s why this day of feasting, football and family has also been deemed National Family Health History Day by the U.S. Surgeon General.
An emergency department expert describes nine reasons people end up at the “Emergency Department” during the holidays, with tips to avoid it.
About half the deaths from heart and vascular disease in the U.S. could be prevented, says a recent study. All it takes is eliminating five preventable risk factors. Learn how to protect yourself.