Even a mild drop in body temperature can be dangerous for surgical patients. Research determined why it’s important for a surgical team to prevent a patient from becoming too cold while under anesthesia.
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.
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.
In memory of her mother who struggled with Alzheimer’s disease, a runner competes in an ultra marathon: a 100-mile race to raise money for Alzheimer’s research.
A study shows men who smoke may lose their thinking ability more rapidly than women smokers. Quitting can help save precious cognitive function.
Due to the patient’s other medical condition, fixing a heart defect becomes a special challenge to a surgeon. The story of how precision surgery and robotics saved the day.
A large Cleveland Clinic-led study looks at a new drug that may increase HDL, or “good” cholesterol. The good, the bad and the promising in cholesterol research.
Did you see these stories from our online newsletter Catalyst eNews? These three posts about lowering Alzheimer’s risks, heart-healthy foods and yoga-on-the-go were the most popular articles in 2012. Find out what you missed.
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A wide range of fruits, veggies, fish and other foods — even chocolate! — helps reduce your chances of developing cardiovascular disease.