You may not give your retinas, even your eyes, a second thought. You should! Learn more about good eye care from a Cleveland Clinic physician at a live webchat Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013, at noon (ET).
January is a popular time for setting well-intentioned plans for healthier choices. Unfortunately, these plans can fizzle out as the months go on. If you want real, lasting change, read on. An expert offers five simple, doable tips that can become real, permanent habits.
Sticks and stones can break your bones, especially if you have Crohn’s disease. Understand the risk Crohn’s patients have for osteoporosis, and what can be done to prevent it.
Feeling tired, gaining or losing a few pounds, or having trouble sleeping? These common complaints can be symptoms of a thyroid disorder. Find out if you should be concerned.
Breast surgeon Michael Cowher, MD, describes a surprising request from a male patient who he diagnosed with breast cancer, a 52-year-old man who had not seen a doctor since childhood.
How much knowledge and experience can a Cleveland Clinic fellow pack into six months? The numbers, and experiences, are staggering. Here, first-year fellow Jason Lappe, MD, reflects.
Use these warning signs to weigh advice on the one thing none of us can live without: food.
What happens when one or more of your heart’s four valves don’t work properly? Ask questions about valve disease from top Cleveland Clinic heart surgeons at a live webchat Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, at noon (ET).
If you or a family member needs surgery to treat cancer, here are five things you should consider.
Since 1994, U.S. News and World Report has ranked the Cleveland Clinic heart program No. 1 in the country. Joseph F. Sabik III, MD, shares the secret to our success.