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Peptic ulcer

Feeling a dull or burning pain in your stomach? It could be a peptic ulcer — a common, treatable digestive condition. Find out more.


Neurofibroma

Learn about this type of peripheral nerve tumor that can appear anywhere in the body, forming soft bumps on or under the skin.


Dural arteriovenous fistulas

Treatments for these abnormal connections between an artery and the brain's dura include endovascular embolization and stereotactic radiosurgery.


Tension-type headaches: Self-care measures for relief

Most headaches respond to medicine. But healthy lifestyle choices are important too.


Stem cells: What they are and what they do

Get answers about where stem cells come from, why they're important for understanding and treating disease, and the ethics of using them.


Digestion: How long does it take?

Digestion takes about two to five days, depending on your system.


Warfarin diet: What foods should I avoid?

Certain foods and beverages may interact with warfarin. Find out more.


Hepatitis C: What happens in end-stage liver disease?

End-stage complications of hepatitis C include liver failure and liver cancer.


Emerging treatments for multiple sclerosis

There is no cure for this disorder of the nervous system but promising research offers hope for new ways to slow and perhaps reverse the effects of this disease.


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