Most of us are aware that what we eat affects our health. But the results of a new study illustrates that fact vividly: Almost half of deaths in one year caused by heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes in a large group of Americans were linked with a poor diet.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Cerebrovascular specialist Zeshaun Khawaja fields this question on whether it’s better to drive a stroke patient to the hospital or wait for an ambulance.
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.
Screening and treatment for hypertension and high cholesterol — two silent but dangerous conditions — are important for protecting your heart down the line.
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A diet rich in whole grains may significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in overweight and obese adults who are younger than age 50, new research from Cleveland Clinic shows.
What a difference a gene makes. It may mean hours of calm, enhanced focus, or developing a headache, palpitations, anxiety or an upset stomach. Learn the difference between “fast metabolizers’ and “slow metabolizers,” and get tips on making coffee.
Nearly 25 percent of all strokes happen with no known cause. Here’s what you need to know about this medical puzzle or what medical experts call cryptogenic stroke.
Disparities in health care often are thought to be the result of poverty and a related lack of access to quality health care. But clinical experience and research show that this is overly simplistic.
Find out what signs you need to watch for and how you can be better prepared to handle an emergency department visit for your aging parents.
Older men who have a different, less-common kind of sleep apnea are more likely to develop heart problems later, research shows.