Pediatricians test their powers of persuasion to deliver more children to dentist
Convincing more parents and caregivers to take young children to the dentist begins with persuasive pediatricians—that’s the belief behind a new Case Western
Fatigue from prostate cancer and its treatment can be debilitating.
The symptom, which can’t be relieved with rest, can lead to increased depression, impaired cognitive function, sleep disturbance and health-related quality-of-life issues.
To treat—and ultimately prevent—cancer-related
Sensorimotor neurons in central complex encode for movements
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have identified neurons in a cockroach’s brain that control whether the insect walks slow or fast, turns right or left or
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute research funding award goes to investigating a more effective approach to get patients to stop smoking
A Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine team received $2 million from the Patient-Centered Outcomes
Men with urinary leaks from surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer can benefit from “Kegel” exercises known for treating incontinence in women after giving birth, according to a Case Western Reserve University study.
Earns American Heart Association’s prestigious 2015 Clinical Research Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Cardiovascular Science
When Jackson T. Wright Jr. began practicing medicine in the 1980’s, physicians knew that the risks of high blood pressure
A Case Western Reserve University team won first prize and $150,000 in the Student Technology Prize for Primary Healthcare for their project, Hemechip.
Yunus Alapan, a mechanical and aerospace engineering graduate student, led the team.
A new $2.48 million federal grant will allow researchers at Case Western Reserve University to revise and test the effectiveness of an interactive avatar-based technology that helps users make end-of-life decisions well in advance
The Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund, created by the V Foundation in January 2015 to honor the memory of Stuart Scott, ESPN news anchor, has awarded Sanford Markowitz a three-year, $600,000 grant to
Sen Gupta adapting platelet technology to treat stroke and heart attack
A Case Western Reserve University researcher has been awarded a five-year, $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to transform clot-forming