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Dense breast tissue: What it means to have dense breasts

Find out what it means if your mammogram report says you have dense breast tissue. Learn about additional breast cancer screening tests to consider.


Broken foot

A severely broken foot may require surgery to implant plates, rods or screws into the broken bone to maintain proper position during healing.


Heart scan (coronary calcium scan)

Learn more about this test that can reveal calcium deposits in your blood vessels and know how the findings relate to your heart disease risk.


Stereotactic radiosurgery

Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) uses radiation beams to treat tumors in all parts of the body. Learn what to expect before, during and after this incision-free procedure.


Herbal supplements and heart medicines may not mix

Some herbal supplements can have dangerous interactions with heart medications.


Frontal lobe seizures

In this common form of epilepsy, the seizures stem from the front of the brain. They can produce symptoms that appear to be psychiatric.


Calcium supplements: Do they interfere with blood pressure drugs?

In large amounts, calcium supplements may interfere with certain blood pressure medications.


Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

This typically short bout of stroke-like symptoms doesn't cause permanent damage — but may serve as a warning sign of a future stroke.


Menstrual cramps

Menstrual cramps — pain in the lower abdomen just before or during menstrual periods — can range from mild to severe. Learn about treatment options.


Stereotactic body radiotherapy

Stereotactic body radiosurgery uses radiation beams to treat tumors in all parts of the body. Understand the benefits and when this incision-free procedure is used.


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