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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.


Botox injections

Learn about the uses, risks and results of this procedure for facial rejuvenation and to treat medical conditions.


Albuterol side effects: Can I avoid them?

Albuterol side effects — Managing reactions to quick-relief asthma medication.


Tension-type headaches: Self-care measures for relief

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


Functional neurologic disorders/conversion disorder

Functional neurologic disorders or conversion disorder include nervous system symptoms affecting movement or the senses that are not caused by medical disease.


Exercise-induced asthma

Regular exercise is beneficial in many ways, but for some people, exercise can trigger breathing problems. Medication can help.


Low hemoglobin count

A low hemoglobin count on a blood test could be normal for you, or it could indicate that you have a condition that needs medical attention.


Opioids and other drugs: What to watch for

Certain medications interact with opioids, making them more dangerous and increasing the risk of accidental overdose. Learn the signs of an emergency.


Serotonin syndrome

Potentially life-threatening symptoms that can occur when antidepressants are taken with other medications that also raise serotonin levels.


GLP-1 agonists: Diabetes drugs and weight loss

Noninsulin medications for diabetes improve blood sugar control and may also support weight loss.


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