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Concussion Recovery Is Important for Kids
Returning to play too soon after a head injury can have serious consequences. Learn to recognize the signs of concussion and ensure your child returns to play safely.
Morning Headaches? Sleep Apnea Could Be the Cause
Sleep apnea occurs when breathing starts and stops throughout the night. The resulting oxygen deprivation is the cause of morning headaches.
Understanding Seizures and What to Do If You Have One
There are many types of seizures, ranging from mild to severe. Learn more about seizures, treatments and when to seek medical attention.
POTS: Mysterious Syndrome Causes Racing Heart and Other Symptoms
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS, is a little known and often undiagnosed disorder that can cause racing heart, dizziness and other symptoms.
Compassionate Epilepsy Care Makes All the Difference
Native Clevelander and epilepsy patient Denise Miles is grateful for the compassionate care she receives at University Hospitals Epilepsy Center. Learn more.
Pounding Headache or Migraine? There’s Options for Relief
Nearly one quarter of households in the U.S. include someone who suffers from migraine or chronic headaches. Learn about options for relief.
What Parents Need to Know about Concussions
With sports-related concussions, allowing ample recovery time and not returning to play too soon lead to the best outcomes for young athletes.
Sciatica Pain in the Back or Legs Has Many Possible Causes
Sciatica refers to pain in the lower back and legs caused by irritation to the sciatic nerve. Learn more about what causes sciatica and the treatment options available.