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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.
In a bid to learn to regenerate the heart muscle after a heart attack, researchers have turned to oxytocin, the so-called love hormone.
In a recent clinical trial, researchers said the new drug dupilumab was effective in reducing eczema symptoms in young children
A new study found that women with obesity who combined time-restricted eating (TRE) and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) saw the biggest improvement in health.
A study found that people with obesity benefited from all weight-loss methods while lowering their type 2 diabetes risk, but weight loss yields very little benefit for lean people.
Researchers identified two psychedelic compounds that can reduce depression symptoms but do not produce hallucinations like psychedelics such as LSD and magic mushrooms.
Scientists have found around 20 blood protein ‘signatures’ that could potentially predict people's risk of developing long COVID.
Researchers have found that people who felt the most lonely had a two-fold higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, compared to those who did not feel lonely.
A new study has found that eating refined grains such as white rice may be linked to an increased risk of premature heart disease.
A new study suggests that some people may need a lower intake of refined fiber to reduce their risk of liver cancer.
A new study finds that less than half of the people ages 50 to 80 who take medication for hypertension regularly check their blood pressure at home or other places.