Aerosolization increases risk for endoscopists amid COVID-19. In this article, pediatric gastroenterologist Karen Murray, MD, discusses the impact of COVID-19 in the pediatric population and precautions for caregivers.
Having a discussion on advance directives with patients can feel uncomfortable, but doing so can make a world of difference in patients’ end of life happiness. A Cleveland Clinic geriatrician provides practical advice and resources in this Q&A.
Traditional means of monitoring patients with MS are increasingly inadequate. The director of our MS program discusses emerging technologies and research studies to explore their roles.
Findings from a recent study reiterate the importance of careful surgical technique and thorough preoperative evaluations.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services Policy
Monthly or quarterly dosing and favorable side-effect profiles make these new medications a welcome addition to the armamentarium for migraine prevention. We share insights on how they fit into practice.
The American College of Cardiology has endorsed expert guidance on how to manage athletes’ return to activity after COVID-19 infection. Two sports cardiologists discuss real-world application of the recommendations.
Good options for achalasia in the elderly are few, and data on per oral endoscopic myotomy in this population are limited. A large retrospective analysis provides some of the most reassuring data to date.
At Cleveland Clinic, Certified Nurse Midwives are one of the organization’s most diverse subspecialties and a special program brings women together virtually to be ready for the day of birth. A Cleveland Clinic nurse midwife shares why she loves her career.
Implementing a population health care model – a 5-year look-back by Nirav Vakharia, MD, Associate Chief for Value-Based Operations in Population Health.
Hair loss is being reported as a consequence of COVID-19 infection. Medical dermatologist Shilpi Khetarpal, MD, discusses the phenomenon known as telogen effluvium, including risk factors and treatment.