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How to Evaluate Your Risk for This Rare Type of Lymphoma
If you have textured breast implants, you could be at risk for breast implant–associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). BIA-ALCL is a cancer...
Nov 29
Dislocated Toe? Here’s What to Know
You finally got your child back to sleep after a nightmare and are sneaking out of their room when Bam! one of your toes slams into the wall. Ouch! You...
Nov 28
Stomach Cancer’s Most Obvious Warning Signs
Stomach cancer used to be common in the U.S. In fact, it was America’s leading cause of cancer death for much of the early 20th century. Now, though? It’s...
Nov 21
12+ Recetas para un Día de Acción de Gracias Keto Amigable
El pavo con la salsa gravy, el puré de papas y el relleno, la tarta de calabaza y otras delicias cargadas de carbohidratos, tienen a algunas personas en...
Nov 16
How to Know Whether It’s a Virus or Bacteria That’s Making You Sick
Here’s the problem with diagnosing and treating viral and bacterial infections—symptoms can look similar, but treatments are different. For example, say...
Nov 15
Angina Pectoris: Knowing When Your Chest Pain Is (and Isn’t) a Heart Attack
Do you ever feel chest pain while playing your favorite sport or while waiting nervously to present at a big meeting? Or do you ever feel chest pain while...
Nov 13
Does My Child Have ADHD or Are They Just Being a Kid?
As a parent, it can be hard to tell the difference between childlike behavior and more serious problems, like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder...
Nov 12
Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers: Yes, It’s Possible
If you’ve never taken a puff of a cigarette, you might assume you’re safe from getting lung cancer. It’s true avoiding these cancer-causing products and...
Nov 08
Helping Your Child Cope with a Divorce or Separation
If you’re going through a divorce or separation, you’re probably concerned about how it will affect your child. While this parting of ways is between you...
Nov 06