In the United States 1.5 million people have lupus, an autoimmune disease causing conditions that can be tough to live with and even life-threatening. Doctors battle to find the cause and the cure.
Don't let chronic pain control your life. Fight back with these tips on education, treatment options and lifestyle choices.
Researchers focus their work on a drug that may protect people from developing Crohn’s disease — or that may keep Crohn’s patients from suffering flare-ups of its symptoms.
Some forms of chemotherapy can cause painful nerve pain. A new study shows an antidepressant’s remarkable success in easing the pain.
Two sisters with a family history of mental challenges make a major gift to Cleveland Clinic to support mental-health research — hoping to help find better therapies for the future.
From lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise to breakthrough surgery for the most difficult cases, there are ways to manage and improve your life. Start with these six.
A new Cleveland Clinic study finds gastric bypass surgery can rejuvenate the pancreas and restore normal blood sugar control — putting diabetes in remission.
If you have a chronic illness, a shared medical appointment not only increases time with your doctor — but shows you that you’re not alone.
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.
You may have a thyroid problem and not even know it — and untreated thyroid disorders can have serious health repercussions. Cleveland Clinic physicians talk about thyroid disease during a live webchat Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, at 1 p.m. (ET).