There are non-infectious diseases that are destroying millions of lives at this very moment. One of these diseases is preventable; another mostly can be prevented; and the third is completely out of our control and threatens the lives of millions.
Find stories on the major medical issues facing men, from prostate cancer and heart disease to erectile dysfunction and weight management, plus tips for healthy living.
Barbecue season is finally here and this will be the best cookout year ever. First be sure your gas grill is safe and ready to crank out all those masterpieces you’ve been waiting so long to cook up.
Cleveland Clinic Sports Nutritionist, Katherine Patton, MEd, RD, LD, CSSD, offers advice for healthy dining out, whether at an ethnic restaurant, steakhouse, pizzeria or fast food establishment.
As we get older, exercising can be even more important for good health. Whether you’re already active or just trying to pry yourself from the couch, our expert offers do’s and don’ts to help you get the most out of your exercise routine.
You know that too much sun and smoking can harm your skin, but you can do more to keep skin healthy than just avoiding risk factors. An expert replaces skin care myths with facts.
It’s time to start cleaning out your garage. While you’re sweeping and tossing, don’t forget to childproof the space by keeping these hazardous items locked and out of reach from curious kids.
How dermatologists are improving treatment of skin conditions that affect multicultural patient populations.
Can some foods make your skin look firmer, clearer and younger? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about healthy choices for you that are also healthy for your skin.
When patients with Parkinson’s disease need more than medications to manage their symptoms of tremors, rigidity, slowness of movement and balance problems, deep brain stimulation is an option.
What's the survival rate for thyroid cancer if diagnosed early? 100 percent. It's a home run when you realize that thyroid cancer is the fastest-growing cancer among men and second-fastest among women. Thanks to research, we know more than ever about this group of diseases, while improved genetic counseling and screening mean you can do something about it.