When conservative treatments or medical management don’t help with OAB, neuromodulation has proven successful for older patients. A urologist highlights the different treatment options.
Long-term results from this global registry suggest that sports participation can be safe for some patients with ICDs. Two registry investigators discuss the findings in the context of current guidelines.
Hooking up is the norm for many adolescents and young adults. This Q&A with two adolescent psychiatrists explores how to assess whether hookups may be fomenting distress for your young patients.
Medial UCL elbow injury is increasingly common in professional baseball pitchers. The number of “Tommy John” surgeries in MLB pitchers nearly tripled from 2011 to 2013. This study attempts to predict who will benefit.
Cleveland Clinic’s Audiology Research Lab studied a promising new tinnitus treatment device that offers novel and customized sound therapy options.
HCAHPS scores are greatly improved for telemetry units when nurses use a medication sheet during discharge communication. Learn how one unit started the process.
This six-image slide show gives glimpses of what a 7T MRI scanner has been allowing Neurological Institute clinician-researchers to see more clearly than ever before.
Cleveland Clinic research evaluates intensification of diabetes therapy and hemoglobin A1C (A1C) goal attainment among patients with newly-diagnosed type 2 diabetes who fail metformin monotherapy.
Dr. Brian Bolwell discusses a fundamental piece of the puzzle regarding the cancer moonshot initiative.
A Cleveland Clinic study shows that gene expression patterns predictive of long-term prostate cancer outcomes, such as clinical recurrence after radical prostatectomy, are observable in normal tissue adjacent to tumor and may help identify patients with aggressive disease.