A firm, round lump in breast tissue could be a fluid-filled cyst. Typically not cancerous, breast cysts often need no treatment.
Learn more about this temporary heart muscle condition that can mimic a heart attack. It may be triggered by stressful events, such as a loved one's death.
Menstrual cramps — pain in the lower abdomen just before or during menstrual periods — can range from mild to severe. Learn about treatment options.
Learn about why doctors may recommend active surveillance for prostate cancer and what to expect.
Often triggered by coughing and other types of straining, these headaches can be harmless or signal another problem in the brain.
This group of uncommon disorders affects people who have cancer, and occurs when parts of the immune system attack parts of the nervous system.
Calcium supplements can interfere with absorption of medications used to treat hypothyroidism.
Learn about the symptoms and treatment of inflammation of the sac surrounding the heart in post-cardiac injury syndromes.
Neurofibroma is a noncancerous nerve tumor that can appear anywhere in the body, forming soft bumps on or under the skin. Treatment may involve surgery.
Osteochondritis dissecans most commonly affects children who are very active in sports. Learn about the symptoms and treatment of this joint condition.