Reasons for lagging COVID-19 vaccination rates among Black Americans are likely multifactorial. Likewise, responses to promote vaccination need to be multifaceted and community-based.Read More
Dr. Sherif Mossad discusses the epidemiology, transmission and treatment of influenza 100 years after the first pandemic.
Read why Cleveland Clinic won’t recommend ‘medical marijuana’ for patients. Dr. Paul Terpeluk explains.
The decision to take a statin for primary prevention of coronary disease is a personal one involving the weighing of multiple factors. In many cases, calcium scoring should be part of the mix.
Despite the proven benefits of cardiac rehab for patients with cardiovascular disease, rates of referral and participation remain low. We offer a progress report on efforts to change that.
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An intensivist reflects on his journey in critical care medicine, from reading House of God in medical school to recent transformations in the field.
Not all adults with congenital heart disease (CHD) even realize they have it. But all stand to benefit from lifelong follow-up monitoring by a CHD specialist.
A cancer genetic counselor from Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare provides an update on FDA-approved tests and what they mean for patient care.
Cleveland Clinic is asking its physicians to encourage their patients to think about end-of-life care by first thinking about who they would appoint to make decisions if they are incapacitated.
Following new USPSTF recommendations, Cleveland Clinic staff members penned an editorial on prostate cancer screening, titled “A New Recommendation for Meaningful Physician-Patient Conversations.” Learn more.
Cleveland Clinic’s Clinical Practice Committee makes a recommendation.