4 Ways Science Will Change Your Health in 2015

The path from laboratory to bedside can take years — even decades. If you follow health and science news, it’s easy to get excited about the groundbreaking studies published on a regular basis. If you are a patient, it’s also easy to get discouraged when you realize those studies are just the start of a … Read More

Top 10 Women’s Health Advances and What They Mean for You

Women’s health news continues to dominate, inform, and affect our lives and imaginations. Below, I highlight some of the most influential advances in women’s health of this past year. Some involve new treatments or ways to approach therapy that can help many women, particularly after menopause. 1. Hormone therapy after age 65 – A new look … Read More

5 Things You Should Know About Stress Tests

If your doctor has scheduled you for a stress test, it’s helpful to know a few tips before you step on that treadmill. Perhaps your doctor wants to figure out if you have coronary artery disease or any abnormal heart rhythms. Maybe there’s a question about whether your cardiac treatment plan is working or your … Read More

Heart Failure Work-Up: What to Expect (Video)

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with heart failure, your cardiologist will do a work-up to determine the cause and severity. This information will help shape your treatment plan. Robert Hobbs, MD, cardiologist in Cleveland Clinic’s Section of Heart Failure and Transplantation Medicine at the Heart & Vascular Institute, will provide you … Read More

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