Too often, patients and their doctors miss the early signs of testicular cancer, delaying the right diagnosis. Caught early, testicular cancer is one of the most curable forms of cancer.
Regular testicular self-examinations (TSE) are key to early detection of testicular cancer. Cleveland Clinic pediatric urologist Audrey Rhee, MD, has advice for parents on talking to their sons about the importance of TSEs.
The number of people with chronic joint pain is growing. Cartilage grows until about age 25, then slowly wears over the rest of our lives. What can you do if you experience chronic joint pain?
Adults suffering strokes under the age of 50 are at increased risk of dying within 20 years, a new study finds.
For many people, summer means travel season. For people with heart disease, it means planning ahead to avoid health issues while you’re away. Read these important tips for a heart-healthy vacation.
With each new gene discovered, the understanding of autism grows. Take a look at the state of the science — and what it means for parents and kids.
A new study shows that eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, like those in the Mediterranean diet, may help preserve memory and thinking abilities later in life.
A special puppy named Lentil can help parents talk to their kids about tolerance and being different.
Mood swings? Sleeplessness? Severe cramps? Don’t suffer in silence. Find out how your doctor can ease your PMS.
How do ‘good’ and ‘bad’ cholesterol work? Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Michael Rocco lays it out in this whiteboard session about different types of cholesterol.