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Disease & Conditions

12 Weeks to a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle
Heart disease is a killer, but you can do plenty to reduce your risk and prolong your life. Research shows that making lifestyle changes can decrease your risk of heart disease and help you control it if you already have it.
5 Tips for New Caregivers
Becoming a caregiver often means making big changes in your own life. These tips can help you adjust to your challenging new role.
8 Mistakes Heart Patients Make
The way you respond to a heart attack can make a profound difference in what happens to you in the future.
A Kids' Asthma Journal
Do you want to gain better control over your asthma? Put it in writing!
A Red Face Could Mean Rosacea
Rosacea is a long-term (chronic) skin condition. It can cause facial redness, bumps, pimples, and thick skin.
A Simple Way to Keep the Flu Away
You can avoid the flu this season by taking one simple step: Get a flu shot.
A Woman's Guide to Beating Heart Disease
Surveys show fewer than one in 10 women perceive heart disease as their greatest health threat. But it's the nation's number one killer, and women are its prime target.
Ability to Concentrate Isn't What It Used to Be
With today's world filled with flashing images of MTV, quick news reports, and fast-food restaurants on every corner, are we capable of concentrating as well as we used to?
Acute Severe Asthma
Asthma can be unpredictable. But it's important to recognize the difference between a minor flare-up and an attack that could be life-threatening. Read on to learn more.
AEDs- High-Tech Help for Cardiac Arrest
Technology has given us the automated external defibrillator (AED), which is turning up far from hospitals. Some schools and public buildings already have AEDs.
After a Heart Attack
Over the long-term, your quality of life is tied to how severe your heart attack was and how it was treated. Beyond that, any change will depend largely on you.
Air Pollution
Detailed information on air pollution and air pollution prevention
All About Blood Pressure Medicine
Several kinds of medicine are commonly prescribed for high blood pressure. Here are some of the main types.
All About Cholesterol-Lowering Medicines
There are 5 main types of cholesterol-lowering medicines.
All About Kidney Stones
A kidney stone is a solid piece of material that forms in the kidney out of substances normally dissolved in the urine.
All About Muscle Cramps
Muscle cramps -- involuntary muscle contractions -- are common. But even though they can be quite painful, they don't cause damage.
Allergy Overview
Allergies are problems of the immune system. Normally the immune system attacks harmful things such as viruses or bacteria. But sometimes it overreacts and responds to things that are normally harmless. These include dust, mold, pollen, or food.
Alternatives to Alcoholics Anonymous
Today there are alternatives to 12-step programs. Some treatment programs teach problem drinkers to reduce their drinking. This approach appeals to people who otherwise might not seek treatment.
Answers to Questions About Your Child's Mental Health
Children's mental health is as important as their physical health. Read on for helpful answers to common questions that can help you protect your child's mental health.
Answers to Your Questions About Arthritis and Exercise
People with arthritis can improve their health and fitness through exercise without damaging their joints.
Detailed information on the use of antibiotics and children
Are You At Risk for Metabolic Syndrome?
Metabolic syndrome is a serious health condition that raises your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Are you at risk?
Are You Making Your Cold Worse?
Ugh...you’ve caught a cold! There must be something you can do to get rid of it faster. But be careful: Some things you might do can actually make you worse.
Ascites is a condition that occurs when fluid collects in spaces in your belly. It can be painful and keep you from moving around comfortably. Ascites can set the stage for an infection in your belly. Fluid may also move into your chest and surround your lungs. This makes it hard to breathe.
Asthma in Older Adults
Many people think of asthma as a childhood disease, but it often occurs as a new condition in older adults.
Asthma on Campus
College can pose challenges for the student with asthma. New and unfamiliar living quarters, school and social stresses, and other factors can trigger a flare-up. Here are some helpful tips.
Asthma: Allergy Testing
If you think you may have allergies, talk with your healthcare provider about getting tested.
Atopic Dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin disorder. It is also called eczema. It often affects infants and may last until adulthood. It causes itchy, scaly patches on the skin.
Babies Need "Tummy Time"
Putting babies to sleep on their backs has dramatically reduced the incidence of SIDS. One unexpected side effect: Many infants now have a flattened head.
BMD: Another Reason to Check for Ticks
The bite of a deer tick can pass on several diseases, including Lyme disease and Borrelia miyamotoi disease.
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