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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 say a digital device known as an Inhaler Compliance Assessment can help people with asthma improve their adherence to medication regiments
In a new study, researchers genetically edited hens to remove the allergen protein ovomucoid, producing allergy-free eggs.
A new study found that a high-sugar diet worsened symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease in a mouse model.
The Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine, which is primarily used for tuberculosis, could also have a protective effect against Alzheimer's, a study suggests.
A new study links having short or long menstrual cycles to increased cardiovascular disease risk, including atrial fibrillation (AFib).
A new study indicates that a person's dementia risk increases the younger that person develops type 2 diabetes.
Research about the impact of nitrates on health — whether good or bad — is contradictory. A new study suggests that there may not yet be sufficient evidence to label nitrates as a risk factor for cancer.
Researchers say smoking or vaping cannabis produces a lower risk of COPD than tobacco, but experts say any smoke is damaging to the lungs. They recommend people find ways to consume cannabis that doesn't involve smoking or vaping.
Researchers say biomarkers in blood and urine samples can be used to predict the progression of acute kidney injury to chronic kidney disease
A new study shows CT scans are more effective at estimating heart disease risk during mid-life compared to genetic testing.