Spinal stenosis is common cause of back pain in people over 50 and is often treated with surgery. A new study shows that physical therapy may be just as effective at relieving symptoms and returning function.
To help reduce your multiple sclerosis flare-ups, avoid certain triggers, including smoking, excessive heat and fatigue. Read the full list and find out why they can worsen MS.
A new blood test may soon be available in the U.S. to determine the severity of a concussion soon after an injury. A Cleveland Clinic researcher discusses what this means for athletes.
Do you love to travel but find that motion sickness is keeping you homebound? Get advice on preventing and treating motion sickness from a Cleveland Clinic neurologist.
Researchers are trying a new strategy to combat Alzheimer's disease. Instead of treating Alzheimer's after it develops, scientists are exploring if certain drugs can stop or slow the disease before it starts.
If you suffer from depression, inflammation in your brain may be contributing to your condition. Find out what experts say about the latest research findings.
Are you one of millions of Americans who desperately need a nap? Our experts discuss the three kinds of naps to help you re-charge.
The extra hour of daylight is a welcomed sign of spring for most, but the lost hour of sleep may leave you groggy. Here are four tips to help you leap into spring feeling refreshed and energized.
Coffee intake has been linked to a reduced risk of several diseases including diabetes and heart disease. New research finds drinking up to six cups a day may help reduce your risk of developing MS.
Getting enough sleep is just as important as diet and exercise. A new study shows the amount of shut-eye you get may impact stroke risk.