Cleveland Clinic completely supports vaccination. Harmful myths about vaccines have been scientifically debunked in rigorous ways. Yet approximately 42,000 adults and 300 children in the United States die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccines are one of this era’s greatest healthcare achievements.
Can sending electrical impulses deep within the brain help partially paralyzed stroke survivors move again? That’s a question Cleveland Clinic researchers hope to answer in a pioneering study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Would you prefer the kindly, fatherly Marcus, Welby, MD? The testy but brilliant Dr. Gregory House? Or easy-on-the-eyes Dr. Eric McDreamy Shepherd? Find out how the “man on the street” voted, and compare it to your pick.
With 3D printing, you can create a perfect model of a person’s heart, lung, liver or other organ. These models have many uses in healthcare. They can help surgeons plan a procedure and help train medical students.
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Would you rather have TV’s Marcus Welby, Hawkeye Pierce or Gregory House on hand in a health crisis? Discover how America voted in a survey. And learn more about our relationship with doctors.
Starting to feel old? Take heart. Americans participating in the 2016 Parade-Cleveland Clinic Aging Survey say that aging may bring some worries but offers distinct benefits.
The rules broaden the definition of tobacco products to include e-cigarettes, hookahs, pipe tobacco, premium cigars, little cigars and other products.
If you’re waging what feels like a losing battle against your scale, you’re not alone. Discover what we know — and don’t know — about fixing America’s weight problem in this infographic.
Everything you need to know about uterus transplant from the Cleveland Clinic team responsible for the first transplant in the U.S. Enjoy videos, an infographic, an animation of the transplant itself, and much more.
For many people, it’s so difficult to leave a highly anticipated event like the Super Bowl that they delay seeking medical care until the game’s decided.