Here are five choices to avoid and five to make to help your microbes keep you younger.
Dr. Matthew Levy, attending orthopedic surgeon at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, said he thought it was time to bring a new knee implant surgical method to Northeast Ohio.
University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital earned high recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals” annual report. UH Rainbow was ranked No. 6 in neonatology and was among the 25 best children’s hospitals in orthopedics, cancer, diabetes and en…
The National Institutes of Health awarded Cleveland Clinic researcher Dr. Eileen Hsich $2.8 million over four years to evaluate disparities in survival among heart failure patients before and after transplantation and to create tools to optimize outcomes.
Dr. Charles F. von Gunten, vice president of medical affairs for hospice and palliative medicine at OhioHealth in Columbus, recently shared his expertise during several educational sessions for Menorah Park’s hospice and palliative care staff.
Most of us are familiar with general health recommendations that promote good health outcomes as well as enhance longevity. These recommendations include eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, smoking cessation and having a strong network of social support.
When seniors age, there are two types: those who plan and those who let the winds of disability or financial circumstances dictate their outcomes. We will call these types the “pre-planner” and the “poor planner.”
Thicker bones help prevent hip fractures and decrease lower back pain. A study came out this week that gives even more data to encourage you to take daily probiotic supplements, as they may be able to help with those ailments.
I want to emphasize one key point about brain function: 10 lifestyle steps work to prevent more than 70 percent – maybe 90 percent – of dementia. But so far with some exceptions like getting rid of toxins, mold or heavy metals, treatments have been disappointing at reversing the disease once…
Northeast Ohio Medical University received a $7.5 million grant from Peg’s Foundation at an event May 24. The grant will benefit the university’s department of psychiatry in the college of medicine.
On May 19, Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown awarded 221 degrees upon Ohio’s newest physicians, pharmacists and other health professionals, including health-system pharmacy administration, integrated pharmaceutical medicine and public health.