Over 60 million Americans experience AR symptoms at least once a month. But how many of these might be a result of learned health habits that lead to the disease?
When it comes to breast cancer, knowing your family history and following up with genetic testing could save your life. Here's how to find the facts you need.
A multiple myeloma doctor answers the hard-hitting questions, like how long do I have to live?
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When you have thyroid disease, keeping your medical records organized can be a challenge. Here's everything you should have in your personal health packet.
When learning about risk of cancer and other diseases, it’s helpful to gather a family history of mental challenges like alcoholism and depression.
Get tips for talking to your parents and grandparents about important health issues that occurred across the generations.
A breast cancer survivor discusses her decision to not do genetic testing for cancer – right now. Why has she decided to hold off?
“Living with UC has been one of the toughest things I’ve done in my life, but because of my diagnosis my whole family is more educated now.”
Research shows that some chronic pain may be hereditary. Learning about your family health history could offer insight on how to manage it.