A new application for your iPad may help doctors to diagnose and treat multiple sclerosis. The test measures how quickly you can figure out the answer to a series of simple problems.
Your heart has its own electrical system, and like any electrical system, sometimes issues occur with the “wiring.” When this happens — usually due to a condition someone is born with — the result is an abnormally rapid heartbeat.
If you think you are too old to need a tonsillectomy, think again. Many adults get them, and new research says they are relatively safe.
Don’t let your hard-earned nourishment go to waste. Learn how to properly store breast milk to maximize its nutritional benefits and antibodies.
Parents are always trying to keep their kids safe and protected. Use these tips to handle child product recalls, check safety of used kids gear, and track recalls with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Nearly a year ago, the world of autism diagnosis changed. Find answers to five common questions about what the changes mean for your child.
Probiotic supplements have been touted to improve gut health, balance vaginal flora and strengthen the immune system. Find out what you need to know before taking them.
Treating aneurysms can require surgery, but, as this video illustrates, now a minimally invasive technique uses a wire stent coated in polyester to repair some abdominal aortic aneurysms without invasive surgery.
Breakfast may fuel your morning, but the right lunch will keep you going through afternoon meetings, hitting the gym and picking the kids up after work.
Here is this week’s round-up of stories from around the Web featuring Cleveland Clinic experts that we know you won’t want to miss.