UH Health Talks

University Hospitals is committed to helping our patients and the Northeast Ohio community manage their health and well-being. This is even more important during the current COVID-19 outbreak.

That is why UH is bringing our health experts to you through a series of virtual health talks. The virtual seminars include a presentation by physicians who are experts in their field, followed by a Q&A session. These events are free but registration is required.

Missed a live session? Don't worry, you can watch previously held sessions below.

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Heart Disease - Early Warning Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment

Learn more about heart disease - what to look for and the diagnostic tests that can help you understand your risk or confirm heart disease.

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ABCs of Healthy Sleep for Babies and Children - What Parents Need to Know

This webinar will help you learn about good sleep habits and how you can help develop healthy practices in your home.

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Foot and Ankle Injuries - Treatment Options

Learn about foot or ankle pain causes, along with non-surgical and surgical treatment options so you can get active again.

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Managing Diabetes, Cardiorenal and Metabolic Diseases

Learn about conditions that are part of the diabetes, cardiorenal, metabolic space and the multidisciplinary recommendations for how these diseases are diagnosed and managed.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma - How It Can Help Heal Injured Tendons, Ligaments and Joints

Do injured tendons, ligaments and joints have you down? Learn how platelet-rich plasma (PRP) works and how it can help you heal.

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Coming Home After Stroke - What You Need to Know

Learn about coming home after stroke, from in-home safety, prepping the home and safe diets.

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Overuse Syndromes

Learn more about overuse syndromes, what can you do at home to prevent repetitive stress injuries, and when do you need to see a therapist.

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Not So Sweet - Diabetes and Its Impact on Cardiovascular Risk in Women

Learn about female-specific risk factors and adverse outcomes of specific illnesses impact the risk of diabetes and heart disease in women.

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