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More than 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. But there are some promising new therapies. A team approach can help manage and treat chronic pain.
There are many types of seizures, ranging from mild to severe. Learn more about seizures, treatments and when to seek medical attention.
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS, is a little known and often undiagnosed disorder that can cause racing heart, dizziness and other symptoms.
Native Clevelander and epilepsy patient Denise Miles is grateful for the compassionate care she receives at University Hospitals Epilepsy Center. Learn more.
Nearly one quarter of households in the U.S. include someone who suffers from migraine or chronic headaches. Learn about options for relief.
With sports-related concussions, allowing ample recovery time and not returning to play too soon lead to the best outcomes for young athletes.
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.
Why do we remember some dreams but not others? We talked to a sleep specialist to get the science behind dreaming, including the role they play in our sleep quality and how we can change what we dream about.