Living in constant, excruciating pain, Rita Ebert lost hope of getting better—until Cleveland Clinic changed her outlook and outcome. A successful triple graphic vascular bypass surgery gave Ebert new life.
Kids run around on playgrounds all the time, and sometimes, they fall. An expert offers tips to be prepared to clean their cuts and bruises.
People tend to bring their stress to bed — exactly the place where it doesn’t belong. Invite the sandman to return with tips from a sleep specialist.
The future of the artificial heart looks bright with development of the SmartHeart.
A recent study finds clues to the causes of atherosclerosis, or hardening arteries. One day, it may lead to way to prevent this condition.
It's no secret that chronic pain during childhood can take a heavy toll on youngsters and their caregivers. But it doesn't have to be that way.
Joseph Sabik III, MD, explains how modern techniques can minimize blood transfusions after heart surgery.
Headaches and back and cancer pain are successfully being treated with new (and some old) techniques and technology. Here’s a quick rundown on some of these exciting developments in how people with pain are being helped today.
This month, we’ve gathered together information about pain in many forms, including chronic pain, headaches, migraines, stomach aches and CRPS.
Many choose to have a cardiac exam in their 50s and beyond. Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist, Steven Nissen, MD, shares his recommendations.