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If taken at the wrong dosages, over-the-counter pain medications can harm your stomach, kidneys, liver or heart.
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Understand the pros and cons of various labor and delivery pain medications.
Understand which medications are safe to take while breast-feeding.
Unlike other colon cancer screening tests, this imaging test doesn't use a scope to examine your colon. Learn how it works and what to expect.
Learn about the risks and results of a SPECT scan, a type of nuclear imaging that creates 3-D pictures using a radioactive substance and a special camera.
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