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Breast Cancer Vaccine Trial: What You Need to Know with Dr. Thomas Budd
Cleveland Clinic is in the early stages of a trial that will look at a preventative breast cancer vaccine. Here to talk about the vaccine is Thomas Budd, MD. The principal investigator on the trial, Budd explains how this vaccine could work, the type of breast cancer this trial is targeting and the timeline for the vaccine’s development.
Pelvic Health Rehab: What You Should Know With Dr. Melissa Dubrow
The pelvic floor is a group of stabilizing and supportive muscles found at the base of your pelvis. When these muscles become weak or tight, health issues can follow. Physical therapist Melissa Dubrow, DPT, shares the importance of maintaining pelvic health, including the causes and signs of pelvic floor disorders, and what pelvic health rehab entails.
Immune System Support: Tips from Dr. Neha Vyas
Your immune system keeps you healthy by protecting you from disease—or, if you do get sick, helping you fight off illness. That’s one major reason building a strong immune system is so important. Cleveland Clinic physician Neha Vyas, MD, shares tips on how you can stay healthy—and the best steps to take for a speedy recovery if you do get sick.
Talking to Kids About Cancer: Tips from Dr. Kate Eshleman
Some conversations can be challenging. How do you start? What do you say? It can be hard to find the words – especially when you’re trying to talk about medical conditions. When a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer, it can be difficult to talk about the diagnosis with kids. Child psychologist Kate Eshleman, PsyD, talks about ways to start this conversation and tips for talking to your kids about cancer.
How to Start a Skin Care Routine with Dr. Kiyanna Williams
There are so many skin care products out there to choose from. How do you decide which ones are best for your skin? And in what order should you apply them? It’s a lot to try to figure out on your own, but dermatologist Kiyanna Williams, MD is here to help you figure out how to start a daily routine that’s right for your skin’s unique needs.
Preparing for Pregnancy with Dr. Stephen B. Mooney
There’s lots of information out there about what pregnant people should and shouldn’t do — but what if you’re trying to conceive? From vitamins to diet to genetic considerations, reproductive endocrinologist Stephen B. Mooney. MD talks about what you need to know to best prepare yourself and your body for conception and pregnancy.