Women’s health specialist Pelin Batur, MD reviews recently published studies of hormonal contraception and breast cancer risk.Read More
Sleep disorders expert Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, shares thoughts on incorporating sleep management into routine neurological care — and how clinicians can boost their own sleep health.
Screening NICU parents for depression only may mean that those with debilitating stress or anxiety may go undiagnosed, according to a recent study. Neonatologist Anirudha Das, MD, explains his research and efforts in place to support vulnerable parents.
Sue A. Behrens, DNP, RN, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, was instrumental in planning and opening Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. Now she brings the same passion to her new role there as chief nursing officer.
Cleveland Clinic has been designated an ACHD Accredited Comprehensive Care Center by the Adult Congenital Heart Association. Two ACHD experts explain why such accreditation matters more than ever as the subspecialty surges.
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A slew of new disease-modifying therapies in the 17 years since the last guideline prompted the update. A co-author of the new document shares takeaways.
Cleveland Clinic’s new Acting Section Head, Allied Hearing, Speech, and Balance Services, Sharon Sandridge, PhD, shares insights on hearing loss, fighting hearing-aid stigma, the value of counseling and what’s changing in the field.
A new study demonstrates that simultaneous targeting of two critical enzymes in the pyrimidine synthesis pathway inhibits self-renewal and tumorigenesis of glioblastoma stem cells, suggesting a way forward in treating the aggressive brain cancer.
Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) well tolerated in pediatric patients with metastatic disease. Pediatric radiologist Erin Murphy, MD, explains the potential benefits of this targeted, high-dose radiation therapy.
A novel PET radiotracer that binds to myelin with high affinity is expected to overcome limitations of MRI in diagnosing and monitoring multiple sclerosis — and potentially other diseases of the CNS.