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Hot flash

Sudden feeling of warmth, usually most intense over the face, neck, and chest, and profuse sweating, commonly due to menopause.

Hot flashes

Hot flashes are the most common symptom of menopause. Learn about strategies for relief of hot flashes, including hormone therapy and natural remedies.

Psoriatic arthritis

This form of arthritis affects some people who have psoriasis — a disease that features red patches of skin topped with silvery scales.

Fitness tips for menopause: Why fitness counts

Follow these fitness tips to promote good health during and after menopause.

Swallowing gum: Is it harmful?

Your body can't digest chewing gum. So what happens when you swallow it?


Some conditions, including stroke or head injury, can seriously affect a person's ability to communicate. Learn about this communication disorder and its care.


This rare but serious condition can be caused by bacteria that have contaminated food or a wound. Learn more about how to prevent botulism.


This chest wall pain, caused by inflammation, usually improves on its own.

Frozen shoulder

This painful condition usually begins gradually and makes the shoulder hard to move. Exercises can help restore range of motion.


Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of this sometimes life-threatening fungal disease caused by spores in bird and bat droppings.

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