Diseases & Conditions

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Examining Exhaustion We all know that good sleep is important for healthy brain and body function, but what happens when you still feel exhausted after

The ABCs of Heart Disease

What To Know Each year, February is designated as American Heart Month – a time to raise awareness about heart disease and focus on improving

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Living With Lupus

The 411 on This Autoimmune Disease Lupus causes a wide range of symptoms and can affect every part of the body, which can have a

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Discussing Diabetes

Distinguishing the Types Over 37 million adults in the United States have diabetes, but the CDC reports that 1 in 5 are not aware of

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Annual Aging Well Section This common eye condition causes gradual vision loss in aging adults. What are Cataracts? The human eye has a natural lens

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Comprehensive Hand Care

Annual Aging Well Section State-of-the-art orthopedic care can help ease pain and improve hand function for aging adults. Understanding Hand Health We use our hands

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Vascular Health in Aging Adults

Annual Aging Well Section Healthy veins and arteries are an important aspect of maintaining good health in old age. Common Vascular Conditions Old age is

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The Truth About Lung Cancer

What You Need to Know Lung cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States, but it claims more lives than any

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The Basics of Blood Disorders

What You Need to Know about Blood Disorders There are many different types of blood disorders which can cause a variety of symptoms, but many

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What You Need to Know About Pancreatitis

The Particulars of Pancreatitis Instances of acute and chronic pancreatitis have increased steadily in recent decades. In the United States, acute pancreatitis accounts for roughly

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Adjusting to Aphasia

Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States experiences a stroke. Roughly a third of these strokes will result in aphasia, or an impaired ability

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