Myth: Strength training increases bulk and hinders performance.Fact: Strength training helps improve your running economy, decrease your risk of injury and make your running more effective. Want to run a marathon? Include strength training in your workout plans, says Cleveland Clinic Sports Health exercise physiologist Heather Nettle, MA. Strength training helps you build muscles and
Eleven-year-old swimmer and paralympics hopeful Breanna Sprenger was born without legs, one arm, but perhaps five times as much heart as most of us.
Ask questions and get answers about peripheral artery disease from a Cleveland Clinic physician during a live webchat Thursday, September 6, 2012, at noon (ET).
A new device nicknamed Heart in a Box keeps donor hearts beating long enough to transport them across country. Learn how this may be a game changer in transplant.
We’re exploring the biggest myths about personalized healthcare. Up this week: You can’t change your genetics, but can you change your health?
Not all chest pains are symptoms of a heart attack. Curtis Rimmerman, MD, author of “The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Attacks,” explains.
A study finds that people with multiple sclerosis may benefit greatly from stress management, which seemed to slow down or stop new lesions from forming.
If you compare fighting heart disease to a boxing match, then omega-3 fats are the heavyweight champ. Learn how omega-3 fats protect your heart.