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Anxiety disorders are common in Americans, affecting more than one in four adults at some point in their lives. Treatment
Blaming overweight and obese patients for their condition is counterproductive and unfortunately commonplace, both in society and at the doctor’s
A new class of biological medications known as bispecific antibodies may offer hope for hard to treat cancers by using
Popular heartburn drugs like omeprazole, pantoprazole, esomeprazole and others belong to a class of medications called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs).
Measles is one of the most highly contagious viruses that infects humans, and there are outbreaks occurring in several states
Patients living with diseases like heart disease, cancer, and other conditions that require expensive treatments and frequent hospitalizations are often
If you are a health care professional, or a person who takes blood pressure medicine, or even just a person
About one third of adults in the United States take a multivitamin supplement, but most of them don’t need them.
Honey has a centuries-old history of use in medicine, but may be overlooked by modern healthcare providers due to the