Why would beauty queen Allyn Rose decide to have both of her breasts removed? She shares her very personal answer.
Researchers are devoted to figuring out what makes you and me tick — and then making us tick better. Based on that idea, the Human Genome Project was a massive milestone.
If you’ve ever left a doctor’s office thinking, “I forgot to ask my questions,” you’re not alone. Use these tips to get as much as you can out of one-on-one time with your doctor.
Your DNA reveals how you react to some drugs. Learn how Cleveland Clinic is putting this information at doctors’ fingertips.
Personalized healthcare can give you the tools to improve your health, but it is up to you to use them. Learn how.
Do you have a New Year’s resolution? Kathryn Teng, MD, shares her own resolutions, as well as two must-do suggestions for the coming year.
When you hear about the staggering cost of healthcare, you may not think there’s much you can do about it. But Kathryn Teng, MD, says there is a lot you can do. Explore the commitment that you and your doctor make when you agree to focus together on your health.
Is it nature or nurture that determines your risk for disease? Even if genetics puts you at a higher risk for some diseases, a proactive approach for screening will help.
We’re exploring the biggest myths about personalized healthcare. Up this week: How much is BRCA gene mutation related to breast cancer?
We’re exploring the biggest myths about personalized healthcare. Up this week: You can’t change your genetics, but can you change your health?