For the first time, a pharmacotherapy for overweight and obesity has reduced cardiovascular events in patients with established cardiovascular disease in the absence of type 2 diabetes.Read More
Sarah Sydlowski, AuD, PhD, says early diagnosis of hearing loss can help patients achieve optimal outcomes and make the transition to using amplification easier.
More than 40 percent of kidney stone patients will have a recurrence within five years. For this patient population, nephrologist Juan Calle, MD, recommends specialist evaluation to assess appropriate treatments.
Many patients previously statin-intolerant can tolerate a subsequent statin trial. Intermittent statin dosing can be effective and may even result in the reduction of LDL-C levels and the attainment of LDL-C goals
If patients with epilepsy don’t respond to one or more appropriately chosen medications, there may be a need for further, specialized treatment. Here, Imad Najm, MD, outlines alternative options for patients with epilepsy.
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Daunting changes in today’s healthcare don’t necessarily have to create caregiver anxiety. That energy can instead be used to strengthen acceptance and adaptation skills.
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine has opened a new campus in affiliation with Cleveland Clinic to address the primary care physician shortage in Northeast Ohio.
Cleveland Clinic is the first major academic medical center to publish patient-written reviews of individual doctors, a move intended to force doctors to focus even more on patient satisfaction.
For decades, physicians have advised their patients to restrict their intake of high-cholesterol foods to avoid cardiovascular disease. New federal dietary guidelines no longer will limit these foods for most people.
Hip resurfacing can provide excellent outcomes in properly selected patients when accurate technique and a well-designed implant are used. Younger patients can often resume full activity within a year.
A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that ovarian failure — a major concern for women undergoing chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer — may be preventable in some patients by including goserelin with standard chemotherapy.