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Thalassemia

Some forms of this inherited blood disorder usually show up before the age of 2, often causing anemia. More severe forms of the disease require regular blood transfusions.


Ostomy: Adapting to life after colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy

Ostomy — Tips for coping with your stoma after colostomy or another ostomy surgery.


Primary ovarian insufficiency

Primary ovarian insufficiency, also called premature ovarian failure, occurs in women under age 40. Hormone therapy can lessen uncomfortable symptoms.


Reactive attachment disorder

Reactive attachment disorder is when an infant or young child doesn't establish healthy attachments with parents or caregivers, often due to neglect.


Chemotherapy and hair loss: What to expect during treatment

Get an idea of what to expect during chemotherapy so you can plan ahead for head coverings or treatments to reduce hair loss, such as cooling caps.


Bladder removal surgery (cystectomy)

Learn about innovative approaches to bladder removal surgery, including robotic surgery and neobladder reconstruction.


Home care services: Questions to ask

Choosing a home health care provider can be challenging. Learn what questions to ask.


VBAC: Know the pros and cons

VBAC — vaginal birth after cesarean — is possible for many women. Know what to consider before choosing this option for delivery.


Molluscum contagiosum

Learn how to prevent and treat this common skin infection that affects people of all ages.


Pregnancy loss: How to cope

Pregnancy loss is devastating. Consider ways to cope with your grief and move toward healing.


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