Another large retrospective analysis raises questions around the ARUBA trial’s findings on surgery vs. watch-and-wait for unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations.
Half of all adults in the U.S. have a chronic disease. The nurses who run Cleveland Clinic’s seven Chronic Care Clinics promote wellness and prevention to thousands of patients each year.
ACG president and Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist Carol Burke, MD, shares her thoughts on having women currently lead all four U.S. gastroenterology and hepatology societies.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s Department of Neonatology will now be led by Hany Aly, MD. Hear how he plans to grow the department and which trends in neonatology he’s excited about.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Medical Innovation Summit 2017 will draw thousands worldwide to discuss the latest technologies in genomics and precision medicine. Don’t miss these thought-provoking panels.
Cleveland Clinic has received an $8.75 million National Institute on Aging grant for a 150-patient study of how exercise might modify genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
With the recent FDA warning against use of compounded vancomycin products in cataracts surgery, some ophthalmologists will need to adjust their practices.
Veteran cardiovascular quality expert Dr. Jeffrey Rich shares how a national network can champion value and excellence — and how to thrive in the era of value-based care.
Some patients have behaviors that make interactions unpleasant. Understanding common difficult personality types can help doctors plan effective strategies for dealing with each, resulting in more effective communication, less stress and better health outcomes.
About 20 percent of FAP patients suffer from PTSD symptoms. James Church, MD, and his colleague performed groundbreaking research that demonstrates the need for specific trauma therapy.