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Microplastics are found nearly everywhere on our planet. Here are some ways you can cut down on your own exposure to microplastics, while also helping to keep more microplastics from entering our environment.
Four years after suffering a traumatic brain injury when his car fell 87 feet down a mountaintop, Matt Sosnowski crosses the finish line at the Kelleys Island 5k.
A national lifeguard shortage this summer is causing thousands of public pools to close or cut back hours, leaving many beachgoers to swim at their own risk. Parents should be extra cautious about kids and water.
Ongoing Alzheimer’s research at Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals is attacking the disease in novel ways, with some early successes that show promise for the future of treating this disease.
Everyone hopes their child will sail through infancy, childhood and adolescence without any significant medical problems. But if problems arise, it is important to select a pediatric specialist with the expertise to achieve the best possible outcome.
Can consuming the spiciest peppers and hot sauces in the world be bad for your health? A University Hospitals dietitian explores this hot topic and shares the surprising health benefits of spicy foods.
When joints are damaged from arthritis, disease or just years of use, sometimes the pain is too much to continue daily activities. Whether you’re 50 or 80 years old, when is the right time to consider joint replacement surgery?
Severe injuries during childbirth can cause a variety of health issues in the postpartum period. Seeking treatment early is important for recovery and improved quality of life for new moms.