Youth sports injuries can turn into chronic, nagging problems for kids — unless they're given time to rest and heal.
Pediatrician Deb Lonzer, MD, shares basic tips for potty training success and tells parents there’s more than one right way to get the job done.
Before you reach for an energy drink, decide whether increased blood pressure and a prolonged QT interval (an abnormal heart rhythm) is the buzz you’re after.
Beauty is more than skin-deep. In fact, sometimes it goes as deep as your digestive system — and the foods you eat.
Scarless robotic thyroid surgery hides scars, but not everyone is a good candidate. Cleveland Clinic endocrinologist Eren Berber, MD, discusses the risks and benefits of this technique.
Deb Lonzer, MD, talks about several traits kids exhibit when they’re ready for potty training. Usually these advances happen around 2 years old.
Vascular surgeons now use medicated, flexible stents to treat patients with narrowed arteries to the legs. Initial research shows that the stents help lower the risk that treated arteries will become narrow again.
As you leave your doctor’s office, you think, “Oh, I forgot to ask…” If this happens to you, use these five crucial questions to start a healthy conversation with your doctor.
What’s the surefire way to stay younger looking? Can you Watusi that weight off? And what are your sneezes telling you? Get answers to these and other pressing questions.
Each year, 70,000 people lose a lower limb -- a leg or foot -- because of type 2 diabetes. Though it contributes to more than 230,000 deaths each year, you can find old-fashioned solutions in today's health number.