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If you or your child has allergies, it’s important to prepare for a rise in pollen, bees, and even trigger foods in the spring.
Whether or not those residues are harmful is still not known, experts say
People with prediabetes were 3.4 percent more prone to get full-blown disease for every hour watched daily
Immune response seen in all study volunteers, side effects were manageable
But it won't eliminate need for invasive diagnostics such as amniocentesis, doctors say
Less-invasive procedure had survival rates similar to open surgery, with less pain and shorter hospital stays
Even with the same amount of sleep as early risers, they were more prone to diabetes, muscle loss
Ivermectin cream (Soolantra) does a better job than metronidazole cream at treating the type of rosacea that causes bumps and pus pimples, according to a new study.
Malignancies and treatments can take toll on quality of life in adulthood, study finds
WebMD explains what makes RA an autoimmune disease. Learn what autoimmune diseases are and how changes involving your immune system lead to RA.
And about 10 percent of patients with prescriptions for these powerful drugs become addicted
WebMD offers tips to deal with a scary health diagnosis –- from the emotional impact to finding the right care.
From surgeons to therapists, how to get the support you need and build the best team for your treatment and care. Includes information on second opinions.
Worried about asking your doctor something? Don't be shy or embarrassed. The info you give them can help them get to the bottom of what ails you.
Having a hard time getting on the same page with your doctor? Here are tips to make sure you're getting the info you need about your diagnosis and treatment options so you can feel better.
The more you participate in your doctor visits, the more you will get out of them. These tips can help you have successful doctor appointments.
Review of 13 trials finds little effect for drug best recognized as Tylenol
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopause is hotly debated. Is it safe? Experts answer common questions.
Risk of foodborne illness is much greater without pasteurization
There's a growing movement in medicine: a push to find and treat children at risk for autism at younger and younger ages -- even in the womb -- in the hope that their social and emotional development can be boosted to normal or near-normal levels.