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  • Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

    Briefly discusses causes of abnormal vaginal bleeding. Offers interactive tool to help decide when to seek care. Also offers home treatment tips.

  • Media and Your Child: Making Choices

    Many families enjoy using TV, computers, game systems, smartphones, and tablets. They help us to be informed and entertained, do our work and schoolwork, and stay in touch with friends, family, and the wider world. But it's important to manage your family's use of digital media. Too much screen time...

  • Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

    What is dissociative identity disorder (DID)? Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a rare mental health condition. It was once known as multiple personality disorder. People who have it have two or more separate personalities. But they often don't know that the other personalities exist. And they can't remember...

  • Optic Neuritis

    What is optic neuritis? Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerve, which lies at the back of the eye. This nerve carries visual information from the eye to the brain. If it's inflamed, you may have blurred or double vision or even loss of vision. What causes it? Your...

  • Your Baby's Movements During Pregnancy

    During your pregnancy, you'll feel your baby move. For example, your baby may kick, hiccup, roll, turn, and twist. These movements are common and expected. As your baby grows, these movements will get stronger. But sometimes you might feel a movement that surprises you. You may wonder what it means.

  • Mobility Problems: Getting In and Out of a Car Safely

    Getting into a car can be hard when you have mobility problems. Learn how to get in and out safely and what tools might make it easier.

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    What is alcohol withdrawal? If you drink alcohol regularly and then cut down on how much you drink or suddenly stop drinking, you may go through some physical and emotional problems. This is called withdrawal. It happens because the alcohol is clearing out of your system. Clearing the alcohol from...

  • ACE Inhibitors and ARBs: Helping Blood Flow Better

    Find out why it's important to keep taking your ACE inhibitor or ARB and how to make it easier.

  • Electrophysiology Tests for the Eyes

    Vision is the result of electrical signals that travel between the retina and the part of the brain involved with vision (occipital cortex). Electrophysiology tests check to see how well this visual nerve pathway sends the electrical signals needed for vision. These tests measure electrical activity that occurs in your...

  • Common Questions About Giving Yourself Shots

    If you need to give yourself injections, or shots, at home, you may have some questions or concerns. You might need to inject medicine under the skin (subcutaneous). Or you might inject it into a muscle (intramuscular). Either way, these tips may help address your concerns.


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