Telling parents their child should be evaluated for autism need not be fraught with anxiety, especially since early and appropriate support can make a world of difference.
Although noninvasive brain stimulation is promising for neurological deficits, its assumption of generic brain plasticity is flawed. Advanced mapping of the brain may reveal insights that help determine plasticity variances.
Results from the ROADMAP study provide the first serious look at intervention with a left ventricular assist device for advanced heart failure patients not yet on inotropic drugs. The news is encouraging.
Studies establishing the benefits of early mobilization in the ICU had long excluded patients with brain injuries. Here’s what happened when a group of neurological nurses decided to change that.
Complex hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia patients need expert, coordinated, multidisciplinary care, which is available in Cleveland Clinic’s HHT Foundation International-designated Center of Excellence.
Mifepristone is the first drug to provide significant biochemical improvement in Cushing’s syndrome — and patients are noticing.
The new book Innovation the Cleveland Clinic Way reveals the processes and practices that have helped Cleveland Clinic launch some of healthcare’s most notable innovations.
Cleveland Clinic researchers find a significant number of colorectal cancer patients over age 70 have Lynch syndrome. Study supports universal tumor screening across all age groups to prevent cancers in future generations.
Cleveland Clinic is one of the few academic medical centers offering transgender patients access to comprehensive health services through a multispecialty team approach.
Cancer and multiple sclerosis were among the focus areas in a unique session at the Biologic Therapies VI Summit in which experts from six diverse disciplines shared how biologics are being used in their specialties.