If you or someone you love is a woman with epilepsy, you may be wondering if motherhood is an option. The good news is that in most cases, the answer is yes.
See if you can tell which video quiz contestant correctly answers this question from the Cleveland Clinic-Parade survey on aging. Then listen to what our brain health specialist says.
Maybe you love to sleep on your stomach. Or you enjoy falling asleep on your back watching late-night TV. Find out why these habits can lead to pain, and get tips for a comfortable, neck- and spine-friendly sleep.
Six contestants try to guess the answer in a video quiz based on the Cleveland Clinic-Parade survey on aging. See if you can predict what our brain health specialist will say.
Surgery may lead to long-term complete seizure freedom in more than half of the drug-resistant patients with focal epilepsy.
Heroic snoring is not a super power, but it can be super annoying — and it may signal a serious medical condition,
If you struggle with controlling your eating, you know there is more to the decision to eat than simply responding to the feeling of hunger. We sometimes eat — and overeat — as a response to cues from our environment.
Imagine heading out of the house in the morning, having brain surgery during the day — and arriving home in time for dinner. That’s possible today with Gamma Knife surgery, a minimally invasive, targeted therapy.
For those who struggle with social anxiety, just the thought of getting out of the house and interacting with others can be a cause of stress. If this is you, recent research is shedding light on how you can take an active role to defeat your anxiety.
Nearly 700,000 people in the United States are living with a primary brain tumor – those that begin in the brain and tend to stay in the brain. And more than 78,000 new cases of brain tumor will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor this year.