Surviving Leukemia Treatment and Its Long-Term Side Effects

As leukemia treatments become more effective and patients live longer, long-term and late side effects have become an area of growing concern.

By Katherine Malmo

Leukemia Treatment Offers Many Options

Leukemia treatments today encompass chemotherapy, stem cell transplants, radiation, immunotherapy, vaccine therapy, and close monitoring during early stages.

By Eileen Bailey

Leukemia Symptoms Can Be Everyday Ailments

Leukemia symptoms like fatigue, night sweats, and swollen glands are easy to mistake for minor ailments, but get a checkup when many of them show up together.

By Elizabeth Millard

Immediate Compression Could Prevent DVT Complications

Researchers studied nearly 600 people with deep-vein thrombosis, or DVT, formartion of a blood clot, to determine the effects of immediate compression therapy.

By Diane Domina

Just 10 Minutes of Sitting Slows Blood Flow in the Legs

Results of a small study suggest that sitting for just 10 minutes is enough to reduce blood flow in small blood vessels in the legs.

By Diane Domina

How Is Severe Asthma Diagnosed?

Poor treatment adherence and persistent triggers are often the most common causes of severe asthma.

By Stephanie Stephens

My TSH Says I’m Fine – Now What?

Sometimes, your TSH, and even your T3 and T4 tests don’t always give the full picture. If your tests come back “normal,” and you still feel like something is off, you may want to ask your doctor to consider these tests as well.

By Ask HealthCentral

Rare Disease Advocate Encourages Advocating for Your Disease

Candace H. Lerman is the 1 in 10 Americans with a rare disease. Learn how she’s brought attention to her condition through advocating in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill.

By Erin L. Boyle

Tracking HbA1C: Why So Many Are 'Doing It'

With the incidence of diabetes continuing to rise, more Americans are tracking their own levels.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

How to Organize Your Thyroid Bloodwork Results

The bloodwork results that are important to pay attention to, and how to keep all of those results organized.

By Mary Shomon