It’s common for someone with Alzheimer’s to experience weight loss. An Alzheimer’s disease specialist shares what may be causing this concerning weight loss and strategies to stop the decline.
Caring for someone with dementia can be a challenge. It’s can be even harder if your loved one doesn’t have a regular sleep pattern. Behavioral sleep experts explain why dementia affects sleep and how to get a good night’s sleep.
Choosing healthy foods can help you manage your blood pressure and cholesterol, which can lower your risk of having another stroke. A dietitian shares tips for making better food choices to help meet your goals and improve your health.
As your spine ages, you may start feeling some aches and pains. Degenerative changes in disks and joints, spinal and spondylolisthesis are the three most common reasons. Learn about these conditions and the best treatments for them.
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A psychiatrist and addiction specialist explains the hype and dangers surrounding a new viral trend of binge drinking called BORGs, or blackout rage gallons.
Feel like nothing is helping your migraines? A headache expert explains how reevaluating your triggers and lifestyle factors can help get you back on track.
A neuropsychologist details early warning signs of dementia and why getting lost in familiar places, confusion over simple tasks, and late-in-life changes in mood and behavior can all be concerning.
Today, doctors diagnose neurological disorders only after brain damage has occurred. The first-of-its-kind Cleveland Clinic Brain Study hopes to change this by identifying signs of these neurological disorders earlier. Learn more about the study.
If you have migraines, should you avoid caffeine? The answer isn’t so simple. A headache expert explains how consuming too much caffeine may be a trigger, but a small amount may even be beneficial.
Maybe you’ve heard that a daith piercing can help with your migraines. But a headache expert explains why the popular ear piercing isn’t a reliable cure.