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Backed by research led by Johns Hopkins, we show you how you can live longer.
Severe chest pain and chronic acid reflux could be signs of one kind of hernia.
Teenage boys are not immune to eating disorders. Parents, find out what to watch for.
An Olympic snowboarder is back on the slopes after a traumatic facial injury.
Experience counts when it comes to recognizing these tumor-like formations.
New minimally invasive treatment options for Dupuytren’s contracture.
Breakthrough could improve mortality and preserve fertility.
Evidence suggests that treating hyperhidrosis can curb anxiety.
Experts provide advice on when and how often to have a mammogram
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