Learn about this serious condition in which the upper part of the blood vessel that feeds blood to the body is weakened.
A simple misstep or twisting injury can cause bone fractures. Treatment depends on the exact site of injury and its severity.
Learn about diagnosis and treatment for posterior cortical atrophy — a rare neurological syndrome that affects vision and coordination.
A severely broken foot may require surgery to implant plates, rods or screws into the broken bone to maintain proper position during healing.
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.
Dressing in layers, keeping cool and avoiding known triggers are among the lifestyle strategies you can try for hot flash relief.
Menstrual cramps — pain in the lower abdomen just before or during menstrual periods — can range from mild to severe. Learn about treatment options.
Read more about what happens when the arteries leading to your kidneys become narrowed, as well as potential treatments for this condition.
Tuberous sclerosis is a rare genetic disorder that causes noncancerous (benign) tumors ― unexpected overgrowths of normal tissue ― in parts of the body.
Capsule endoscopy involves swallowing a tiny capsule with a camera inside to get a view of the inside of your digestive tract. Find out what to expect.