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An allergy is when the immune system overreacts to substances that typically would be harmless, such as pollen, foods, and medication.
Cardiology is the study and treatment of health issues involving the heart and blood vessels, including heart disease and cardiovascular disease.
Dentistry is the study and treatment of health issues involving the mouth, teeth, and jaw. It also includes helping people maintain good oral health.
Dermatology is the study and treatment of health issues involving the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes, and can involve cosmetic procedures.
Doctors often group conditions that affect the ear, nose, and throat together. These organs share some structures, such as the sinuses.
Emergency medicine involves the assessment, stabilization, and treatment of injuries or illnesses that need immediate attention.
Moderate consumption of protein may lead to better metabolic health in youth and middle age, a new study suggests.
New research has found that plant-based yogurts may have a higher fiber content and less sugar compared to dairy yogurts. Of all the plant-based alternatives to dairy, almond yogurt appears to be the most nutrient-dense.
Cutting carbohydrates from breakfast and focusing more on protein may benefit people with type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests.
A new study found that people with sleep apnea who are amyloid-positive are more likely to experience a loss in brain volume.
Scientists have identified two key systems that explain how high salt diets can lead to hypertension and cognitive and emotional impairment.
Scientists have found genetic links for a condition associated with an increased risk of a type of heart attack primarily affecting women.
Researchers have discovered that a chemical found in Splenda, sucralose-6-acetate, leads to DNA damage and may cause cancer.
GLP-1 agonists are used to treat type 2 diabetes. Some people also use them for weight loss. But do they also have the potential to reduce the risk of cancer, cardiovascular problems, and Alzheimer's disease?
A brisk 20-minute daily walk could help reduce inequities and improve heart health for at-risk groups, a new statement by The American Heart Association says.
A new study suggests that astrocytes are important for connecting amyloid-β with the early stages of tau pathology.