Find the answer to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Gastroenterologist Maged Rizk, MD, fields this question about possible causes for nausea after eating.
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (or more commonly “Duchess Kate”), has been in the news as she struggles with an uncommon, severe type of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum. While morning sickness commonly causes nausea and vomiting, hyperemesis gravidarum is much more severe, causing a pregnant woman to become dehydrated and to lose weight. According to high-risk obstetrician Amy … Read More
Can you feel the heat? It’s a scorcher. Ninety-degree weather is forecasted for several parts of the country. Tom Waters, MD, is an emergency room doctor at Cleveland Clinic’s Emergency Department. He says today’s conditions are just right for a heat emergency. High temperatures paired with humidity can cause problems because these conditions make it … Read More
Blockbuster season is in full swing, with more 3-D movie options than ever — from superhero fare like The Avengers to kid-friendly flicks such as Ice Age: Continental Drift. Donning funny glasses to view a 3-D movie in a theater and dodge the action spilling toward you isn’t easy for everyone, though. Both eyes must … Read More
The summer months are fast approaching, and with that can come the increased risk of heat-related illness (HRI) ranging from heat cramps and exhaustion to heat stroke — especially for athletes. Signs and symptoms include headache, nausea, decreased urination, and in extreme situations can lead to delirium, coma and even death. It’s important for coaches, … Read More