You can safely space out pap tests, according to guidelines released by the U.S. Preventive Health task force. But don't skip your yearly physical.
Wondering why your diet isn’t going as planned? You might be indulging in some of these diet-crashers disguised as “healthy” foods. Learn how to make smarter diet choices.
Many people have a condition called pericarditis - or may have other conditions such as infections, cysts, or effusions affecting the pericardium.
Is wine and alcohol good for your health?
Hear from two Cleveland Clinic experts about two new multiple sclerosis drugs — a yearly IV infusion and a pill — that may offer patients more convenient ways to manage the debilitating disease.
Breathing someone else’s fumes for eight hours is equivalent to smoking a pack of cigarettes.
Buy asparagus — this springtime veggie offers 60 percent of your folate RDA in one cup.
A recent study that compared a mostly online weight loss program with an in-person weight loss program showed that both were about equally effective in helping people lose weight.
The summertime treat is low in calories and may help lower blood pressure.
Before you reach for another soda, consider that researchers from Cleveland Clinic and Harvard University have found that greater consumption of both sugar-sweetened and low-calorie sodas is associated with a higher risk of stroke. It may be time to kick the can.