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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.
Researchers have found that people who have had a heart attack experience a faster rate of cognitive decline than those who have not.
A new treatment protocol for intracerebral hemorrhage, the least treatable form of stroke, could help save thousands of lives the world over, according to medical experts.
A new study compares the effects of calorie counting-based interventions and those of interventions based on promoting satiety, when it comes to sustainable weight loss.
Consuming the equivalent of three servings of grapes daily may help increase some gut bacteria and influence health, a new study suggests.
New research suggests that both SuperAgers and people with Alzheimer's disease share similar brain pathologies as they age, which begs the question: How come SuperAgers remain cognitively healthy?
In a clinical trial, researchers in Japan reported that the Parkinson's drug ropinirole slowed symptoms in people with ALS over a 6-month period
Eating a diet low in flavanols, which are found in fruits and vegetables, may drive age-related memory loss, a new study indicates.
Two drugs commonly used to treat heart problems could help improve cognitive function, including memory, after a lacunar stroke. Lacunar strokes are associated with a higher risk of cognitive impairment and dementia.
A new study links vegetarian and vegan diets to lower levels of cholesterol, which could help lower the risk of stroke and heart attacks.
Researchers say people with type 2 diabetes who exercise in the afternoon seem to have better results in controlling blood glucose levels. They aren't sure why, but it may be linked to better sleep patterns and healthier eating habits.