A recent report estimated that 35.6 million people worldwide lived with dementia in 2010. By the year 2030 this is expected to double. A Cleveland Clinic functional medicine nutritionist says healthcare providers can help patients understand the connection between cognitive function and diet.Read More
In this video series, Richard Parker, MD, Head Team Physician for 2016 NBA Champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers, discusses the care of elite athletes at the professional level. Hear what’s different about the pro environment in this short clip.
A global registry study has found high rates of mortality from infective endocarditis following TAVR. A study co-author and an ID specialist discuss the study’s surprises and how to curb post-TAVR infection risk.
The PRIME study of the immunotherapy agent aducanumab for Alzheimer’s disease made big news recently. An investigator in ongoing phase 3 trials of the agent sizes up PRIME and looks to what’s next.
New technology is revealing which sperm are the most robust, increasing the success rate that azoospermic men can father a child through in vitro fertilization.
The new book IT’s About Patient Care reveals Cleveland Clinic’s proven model of healthcare IT and how it’s enhancing patient care in ways not possible 10 years ago.
Give us two minutes, and cardiothoracic surgeon A. Marc Gillinov gives you essential outcomes takeaways from Cleveland Clinic’s nearly 3,000 heart valve procedures in 2015.
Double-checking insulin preparation is a recommended practice, but is it evidence-based? A Cleveland Clinic CNS conducted research to ascertain if time-consuming double-checking interventions improve patient safety.
President of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), Raul Rosenthal, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Bariatric and Metabolic Institute, reveals some key trends that will be discussed during the 2016 ASMBS meeting in New Orleans.
A cohort study has tied the gut microbial metabolite TMAO to elevated five-year mortality in patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD). Here’s how treatment targeting in PAD may be shaped in response.
Everyone admitted to the hospital is terrified, says Dr. Cosgrove. At the Patient Experience Summit 2016, he explains that caregivers must consider those emotions, treating patients as they want to be treated.