Breathprints may provide an array of health information, including heart health. New research from Cleveland Clinic is showing heart failure can be detected by a single exhaled breath.
Cleveland Clinic Cardio-Oncology Center helps breast cancer survivor beat heart condition, too.
An electrocardiogram (EKG) gives doctors an inside scoop on how the heart is pumping. Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Umesh N. Khot, MD, explains what an EKG reveals in this white board session.
Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma isn’t a household name, and not just because it’s a tongue twister. But a new test helps catch this rare form of cancer.
Fasting and lipid tests have gone hand in hand for years. The results of a recent large-scale study have challenged conventional thinking about that ubiquitous pre-lipid test fast.
Dr. David Frid talks about standard blood tests on local Cleveland show.
Many choose to have a cardiac exam in their 50s and beyond. Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist, Steven Nissen, MD, shares his recommendations.
Maybe it’s the genes. But a large number of people who have heart attacks don’t smoke, have high blood pressure, or high cholesterol. Cleveland Clinic researchers discovered a new way of determining if these “risk free” individuals are actually headed for heart disease.
It’s not just high cholesterol, a lax diet and lack of exercise that predispose a person for heart disease. And it’s not all genetics. Inflammation in the arteries has been linked to heart attack, sudden death and stroke—and a new test can help identify the risk.
Those tingling feelings, finger numbness and shooting pain in your wrist could be symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Cleveland Clinic researchers are working on promising new ways to manage this common condition.