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Latex allergy

Latex allergy — a reaction to proteins in natural rubber latex, found in many medical products — can be a medical emergency.


Bedtime routines: Not just for babies

Health tips from Mayo Clinic, featuring simple strategies for a healthy lifestyle.


Heart palpitations

Stress, exercise, medication or, rarely, a medical condition can trigger the feeling of your heart fluttering or pounding rapidly.


Dwarfism

Short height that results from a genetic or medical condition.


Herbal supplements and heart medicines may not mix

Some herbal supplements can have dangerous interactions with heart medications.


Salt craving: A symptom of Addison's disease?

Excessive salt craving may indicate an underlying medical condition, such as Addison's disease.


Hair loss

This common and sometimes stressful condition may result from heredity, medications or medical conditions. Treatment may reverse or slow hair loss.


Migraine treatment: Can antidepressants help?

Certain antidepressants are used in migraine treatment. Learn more about these medications.


LABAs for asthma — Should I stop taking them?

Long-acting beta agonists (LABAs) — Understand the benefits and risks of these asthma medications.


Treating pain: When is an opioid the right choice?

Opioid medications present serious risks, but they're sometimes medically necessary. Get specifics on when they may be the right choice and the safeguards that are essential.


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