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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Let's Talk About Menopause
Learn the difference between peri- and post-menopause, become familiar with the symptoms of menopause, and learn about available treatments to help manage symptoms.
Recovering from Pregnancy - How Physical Therapy Can Help
Learn more about how the assistance of a pelvic health PT can help your body recover from pregnancy and childbirth.
At Risk for Stroke? Learn the facts and how to prevent stroke from happening.
Learn more about a stroke, from the signs and symptoms, to lifestyle changes you can make to reduce your risk of having one.
New and Emerging Treatments for High Cholesterol
Learn about new medications and other agents that are in development to help address dyslipidemia, also referred to as hyperlipidemia or high cholesterol.
Interventions for Behavioral Issues; Self-Advocacy Across the Life Span
Learn more about behavioral issues and self advocacy among children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Parkinson’s Disease - Current and Future Concepts in Signs, Symptoms and Treatments
Learn more about Parkinson's disease, current and future concepts in signs, symptoms and treatments.
The Path To Parenthood - Navigating The Infertility Journey
Learn about the many treatments are available to help patients reach the goal of becoming parents.
Having a baby? How to choose a pediatric provider, and answers to common parenting questions.
There are so many questions as a new parent, so choosing the right pediatric provider for your baby is an important part of parenting.