At Cleveland Clinic, we generally operate on these patients if they are healthy enough to withstand the surgery and deemed treatable for their addiction disease. Our cardiac surgeons explain why.
Patients participating in shared medical appointments lose more weight than those who seek weight management advice in individual appointments. Endocrinologist Bartolome Burguera, MD, PhD, discusses his most recent research about these effective lifestyle interventions.
Cleveland Clinic’s 16th annual Nursing Research Conference offers something for beginners to advanced nurse researchers. Come and learn about the latest in nursing research and how it gets done with experts in the field.
The head of our neurointensive care unit discusses the essentials of the emerging phenomenon known as post-ICU syndrome in the latest installment of our Neuro Pathways podcast.
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Chronic, low-grade inflammation can be a driver of numerous chronic diseases. Although some aspects of our environment are difficult to control on an individual level, behavior also influences chronic inflammation. In this article, rheumatologist Leonard Calabrese, DO, explores the role of the exposome and behavioral modification in global health.
The first-ever cohort study to describe outcomes through adolescence among neonates with aortic atresia according to initial treatment finds a survival edge with primary heart transplant.
It’s heart month! Learn about Cleveland Clinic’s cardiovascular nurses and how they contribute to the success of our renowned Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute in this Year of the Nurse specialty spotlight.
The first reported case of an ICH evacuation with a side-cutting aspiration device performed via endoscopic approach proved safe and efficacious.
Study finds that this newer form of neuromodulation has good potential for the optimization and personalization of pain control for certain patients with chronic back and leg pain.
A cancer diagnosis is life-changing, but it can be an especially disconcerting time for teenagers and young adults. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center oncologist Mikkael Sekeres, MD, offers some insights into this special population in his latest New York Times column.