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Acute sinusitis occurs when your sinus cavities become inflamed. Antibiotics, decongestants and corticosteroids may relieve pain and congestion and prevent development of chronic sinusitis.
Amyloidosis causes an abnormal protein buildup in various organs, which can include your heart and kidneys, and can permanently damage them and disrupt their functions.
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Hairy cell leukemia is a rare blood cancer that has no cure. However, treatments can keep hairy cell leukemia at bay for years.
Hangovers are the unwelcome result of drinking too much alcohol. However unpleasant, most hangovers go away on their own within eight to 24 hours.
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A heart arrhythmia is an abnormal heart rhythm. Arrhythmias can be a byproduct of damage to the heart from disease or age.
Heart disease, usually thought of as blockages in the arteries that can cause a heart attack, can describe any medical condition affecting your heart.
Heart failure means your heart can't efficiently pump blood throughout your body. Medications, and sometimes devices or surgery, can help you manage this condition.
Heat exhaustion occurs when your body overheats, usually as a result of hot, humid weather. It's preventable, but can be dangerous if not treated.
Hemochromatosis causes your body to store large amounts of iron, which can cause life-threatening complications. The simple treatment is to regularly remove blood.
Hemolytic uremic syndrome is an uncommon condition that can cause life-threatening kidney failure, especially for children and older adults.
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In hypopituitarism, your pituitary gland produces too little — or none — of one or more hormones. Disruption of any number of routine body functions can result.
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Your kidney's filtering system is damaged and valuable proteins leak from the body.
Mitral valve prolapse occurs when the valve separating two of your heart's chambers malfunctions. The disorder usually isn't serious and often doesn't require surgical treatment.
Mitral valve regurgitation occurs when blood flows backward in your heart because the mitral valve closes improperly.
In mitral valve stenosis, the mitral valve is narrowed, obstructing blood flow between the chambers on the left side of the heart.
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Peritonitis is an infection of the membrane that lines your inner abdominal wall and covers the organs within your abdomen (peritoneum).
Plague is a disease carried by rats and other rodents. The risk of developing plague is low, and most cases occur in Africa.
There are at least 50 kinds of pneumonia — a serious lung infection that takes the lives of more than 60,000 Americans every year.
Pneumonitis is a general term for lung inflammation. It can cause difficulty breathing, often accompanied by a cough.
One of the most feared diseases of the 20th century, polio has been eradicated from the developed world but remains a threat in less developed nations.
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Primary sclerosing cholangitis causes inflammation and scarring within the bile ducts of your liver, eventually affecting your liver's ability to do its job properly.
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Pulmonary edema occurs when air sacs in the lungs fill with fluid. It's often a life-threatening emergency.
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Pulmonary valve stenosis is a narrowing of the valve that controls blood flow from your heart to your lungs. It's usually present at birth.
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Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a potentially serious bacterial infection transmitted to humans by tick bites. Prompt medical treatment is necessary.
Roseola is a common infection of childhood. The condition causes a fever that lasts several days, followed by a rash on the trunk and neck.
Sarcoidosis starts in your lungs but can cause inflammation in any part of your body. It can last a lifetime, or disappear in a few years.
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Vaccination may prevent this painful, but treatable, condition. Learn about shingles symptoms and how treatments can help.
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Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder, characterized by less hemoglobin and fewer red blood cells than normal. When necessary, treatment includes blood transfusions.
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Toxoplasmosis is an infection caused by a parasite. It doesn't make most people ill, but infants and people with HIV/AIDS are at risk of complications.
Although trench mouth is much less common than in years past, some people still get this painful gum infection. Brushing and flossing are keys to prevention.
A heart with tricuspid atresia doesn't have a tricuspid valve. This heart defect prevents blood flow from the right atrium to the right ventricle.
Tuberculosis (TB) is making an alarming comeback. You're especially at risk if you have a weakened immune system.
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Valley fever — This common fungal infection in America's desert regions causes few, if any, problems for most people, but for some it can be life-threatening.
Vasculitis is an inflammation of the blood vessels. It can affect people of any age. Treatment depends on the type of vasculitis.
Ebola and Marburg viruses and yellow fever belong to a group of potentially deadly illnesses called viral hemorrhagic fevers. Find out about risk.
Lacking certain vitamins can lead to vitamin deficiency anemia. Find out which vitamins are linked to this condition.
Von Willebrand disease is an inherited bleeding condition caused by a deficit in or impairment of a protein essential for blood clotting.
Wegener's granulomatosis is an uncommon disease that causes blood vessel inflammation that can damage lungs, kidneys and other organs. Untreated, it can be fatal.
West Nile virus infection usually resolves on its own, but occasionally it can be serious.
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- Mort Crim and Cancer
- Biopsy procedures
- No appetite? How to get nutrition during cancer treatment
- How cancer spreads
- Managing the lingering side effects of cancer treatment
- PICC line placement
- Cancer survivors: Care for your body after treatment
- Cancer treatment decisions: 5 steps to help you decide
- Cancer Vaccine Research
- Atypical cells: Are they cancer?
- Self-Image During Cancer
- Small cell, large cell cancer: What this means
- Cancer pain: Relief is possible
- Cancer treatment myths
- Cancer diagnosis? Advice for dealing with what comes next
- Chemotherapy side effects: A cause of heart disease?
- Hirschsprung's disease
- Type 1 diabetes in children
- Von Willebrand disease
- Jet lag disorder
- Rocky Mountain spotted fever
- Myelodysplastic syndromes
- Esophageal cancer
- Hepatitis C: How common is sexual transmission?
- Hepatitis C: What happens in end-stage liver disease?
- Hepatitis C and baby boomers
- New Hep C Treatment
- Acute hepatitis C infection
- Hepatitis C
- Hepatitis C screening
- Polycythemia vera
- Huntington's disease
- Pulmonary fibrosis
- Male hypogonadism
- Teen depression
- Antidepressants for children and teens
- Genetics and Cardiomyopathy
- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
- Ebstein's anomaly
- Chagas disease
- Postpartum depression
- Cushing syndrome
- Vitamin deficiency anemia
- Liver cancer
- Low blood pressure (hypotension)
- Hiatal hernia
- Chemo brain
- Staging an intervention
- Mental health providers
- Mental illness
- Mental health: Overcoming the stigma of mental illness
- Trench mouth
- Antidepressants — How they help relieve depression
- Clinical depression
- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)
- Antidepressants and weight gain
- Marijuana and depression
- Atypical antidepressants
- MAOIs and diet
- Nervous breakdown
- Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)
- Tricyclic antidepressants and tetracyclic antidepressants
- Mild depression: Are antidepressants effective?
- Caffeine and depression: Is there a link?
- Depression: Provide support, encouragement
- Depression in women
- Antidepressants: Sexual side effects
- Antidepressants and alcohol
- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) video
- Depression, anxiety and exercise
- Treatment-resistant depression
- Antidepressants: Selecting one
- Depression and anxiety
- Depression and diet
- Male depression
- Fish oil and depression
- Lexapro side effects: Is breast tenderness common?
- Serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs)
- Antidepressant withdrawal
- Antidepressants: Can they stop working?
- Depression: Offer support
- Pain and depression
- Natural remedies for depression
- Antidepressants: Side effects
- Depression: Diagnosis is key
- Vitamin B-12 and depression
- Type 2 diabetes in children
- Legionnaires' disease
- Tricuspid atresia
- Early HIV symptoms: What are they?
- Arteriovenous fistula
- Long QT syndrome
- Viral hemorrhagic fevers
- Acute lymphocytic leukemia
- Primary biliary cirrhosis
- Sinus infection and toothache: Any connection?
- Acute sinusitis: Do over-the-counter treatments help?
- Oil of oregano: Can it treat sinusitis?
- Acute sinusitis
- Enlarged spleen
- Takayasu's arteritis
- Acute kidney failure
- Gaucher's disease
- Shingles vaccine: Can I transmit the vaccine virus to others?
- Shingles vaccine: Should I get it?
- Shingles and alcohol
- Sick sinus syndrome
- Heat exhaustion
- Heat cramps from exercise?
- Lead poisoning
- Preventing lead exposure
- Automated external defibrillators: Do you need an AED?
- Heart arrhythmias
- Type 1 diabetes
- Mixed connective tissue disease
- Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML)
- MRI: Is gadolinium safe for people with kidney problems?
- Renal diet for vegetarians: Which protein sources are best?
- Chronic kidney disease
- Sudden cardiac arrest
- Sudden death in young people
- Q fever
- Heavy periods: Can folic acid help?
- Blood clots during menstruation: A concern?
- Anorexia nervosa
- Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
- Coronary artery spasm: Cause for concern?
- Post-concussion syndrome
- Membranous nephropathy
- Pulmonary edema
- Mononucleosis: Can it recur?
- Mononucleosis and Epstein-Barr: What's the connection?
- Hashimoto's disease
- Multiple myeloma
- Late-day exercise
- Coffee after dinner? Make it decaf
- Insomnia treatment: CBT
- Prescription and OTC sleeping pills
- Insomnia: How do I stay asleep?
- Not tired? Don't go to bed
- Skip booze for better sleep
- Foods and sleep
- Prescription sleeping pills
- Lack of sleep: Can it make you sick?
- Sleeping pills
- Can't sleep? Try daytime exercise
- Bedtime routines: Not just for babies
- Ambien: Is dependence a concern?
- Valerian: Sleep aid?
- Lyme disease
- Graves' dermopathy: How is it treated?
- Graves' disease