A more transmissible strain of SARS-CoV-2 has emerged and is circulating globally, according to one new study. Steven Gordon, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Infectious Disease, discusses this variant and forecasts what is ahead in the pandemic.Read More
As the competitive video gaming industry continues to grow, so too does the need to address the health of esports athletes.
Treatment with a small-molecule TET inhibitor, TETi76, effectively suppresses the clonal evolution of TET2-mutant cells in mouse models and restricts the growth of TET-deficient leukemia in vivo.
Caring for patients with toxic exposures requires quick-thinking, collaboration and effective use of available resources. Toxic exposure expert Kathrine Huff, MS, RN, offers four important tips for nurses to better prepare for these challenging cases.
A new randomized trial aims to show whether 18 months of high-intensity indoor cycling delays disease onset among cognitively normal older adults who carry the APOE ɛ4 allele.
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For many patients with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), it takes an average of 5 months to identify the right medication and the correct delivery method and dose. With a medication monitoring program, this period is shortened to an average of five weeks.
The efficacy of the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines bodes well for the continued research and development of cancer vaccines.
The director of our Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit reflects on lessons from our first six years of experience, along with what’s on the horizon in mobile stroke care.
In December, Cleveland Clinic vascular surgeons successfully completed the first surgical case in the MOTION clinical trial of a new non-radiation-based surgical navigation platform for endovascular aortic interventions.
The Magnet® journey is long and challenging. Cleveland Clinic relies on teams of clinical nurses at each hospital to drive initiatives that support nursing excellence and lead to Magnet designation.