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What Should You Know About Glioblastomas?

Learn more about glioblastomas, which are tumors found in the brain that are typically highly malignant.

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6 Myths About Prenatal Nutrition and Exercise

Here are the most common myths and their facts surrounding pregnancy. Which ones surprise you most?

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Conditions That Can Affect Your Eyes

Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can affect any part of the body, including the eyes. It may affect the skin around the eyelids, cause dry eye, blood vessel changes, and damage to nerves in the muscles controlling eye movement and the nerve...

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Celebrities with Atrial Fibrillation

A surprising look at the AFib diagnosis stories for some of the world’s most well-known celebrities.

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How Much Do You Know About Epilepsy?

True or False: Epilepsy is a mental illness.

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5 Ways to Manage Genital Herpes

If you have recently been diagnosed with genital herpes, try these tips to make the condition more manageable.

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5 Recent Heart Health Studies

By stimulating the tragus – the small raised flap at the front of the ear canal – with a TENS unit, researchers found a reduction in nervous signals to the heart, which are responsible for driving failing hearts too hard. The technique works by stimu...

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7 Things Women Need to Know About IUDs

IUD stands for “intrauterine device.” They are small, T-shaped devices made of flexible plastic and they’re inserted by a health care provider into a woman’s uterus to prevent pregnancy.

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What to Know about Creaky Joints

Your joints may make noise because the joint surfaces might not be very smooth anymore. The joint might be looser than it was, too. These changes cause the joint to grind a little, snap a little and pop a little.

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What to Know if You're Pregnant with Multiples

Morning sickness is caused by high levels of the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin, and because levels of this hormone are higher in twin pregnancies, women may experience a higher incidence of nausea and vomiting in the first trimester.