What’s at stake when an artery is blocked? Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Umesh N. Khot, MD, shows how the major arteries help the heart and entire body stay healthy.
Younger women should think more about keeping their bones strong, and attaining maximum bone density. Find out why.
Are you giving your child the right amount of medicine at the right time for a fever, headache or cold? The consequences can be serious. Reference our easy-to-read guide to help your child feel better, fast.
It was at Cleveland Clinic where Lee Hoaglan not only received a life-saving heart operation, but chose to marry his wife.
Surgery with a robot may sound like science fiction, yet it’s being used to help both patients and surgeons with certain procedures. Meagan Costedio, MD, regularly uses minimally invasive techniques to perform surgery, which includes using robots that give her four arms.
Health outcomes are better when patients are actively involved in their healthcare. Here are a couple good resources that can help you prepare for your next doctor visit.
For the final part of our “Eat Like the Expert” series, we asked our doctors and registered dietitians: What are your favorite “cheat” foods?
A study finds that younger women are developing advanced stage breast cancer. It’s more important than ever to start paying attention to your breast health early.
A new Cleveland Clinic study finds gastric bypass surgery can rejuvenate the pancreas and restore normal blood sugar control — putting diabetes in remission.
We manage the bad cholesterol and promote the good—but there’s a little-known type called Lp(a), and a recent study suggests that increased levels of it might cause aortic stenosis.