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Infographic: POTS: A Mysterious but Common Syndrome

POTS: A Mysterious But Common Syndrome

This little-known syndrome affects 1 in 500 people, mostly women. It can cause racing heart, nausea, dizziness – even fainting – when standing up.

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Botox Helps Migraine Sufferers Find Relief

For those suffering from migraines, Botox injections can be a life-changing treatment that provides relief from chronic pain.

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Woman’s Sleep Disorder Diagnoses Lead to Better Quality Sleep

Shannon Neme’s snoring led to an obstructive sleep apnea diagnosis, but her continued exhaustion pointed to a secondary sleep disorder as well.

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Living with Dementia: How to Maintain Independence and Function

Learn about the types of brain aging and dementia, treatments, and ways to slow its progress and maintain independence.

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The Best Dementia Prevention? A Workout for Your Brain

Just 30 minutes of exercise five times a week helps lower the risk of dementia. The trick is knowing which kind of exercise will provide the most benefits.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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