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Hepatitis C: What happens in end-stage liver disease?

End-stage complications of hepatitis C include liver failure and liver cancer.

Emerging treatments for multiple sclerosis

There is no cure for multiple sclerosis, but promising research offers hope for new ways to slow and perhaps reverse the effects of this disease.

Peptic ulcer

This common condition, caused by a bacterial infection in the stomach, is usually curable with antibiotics. Sometimes, acid-reducing drugs are also needed.

Hypothyroidism: Does it cause joint pain?

Hypothyroidism can cause muscle and joint problems, such as joint pain and stiffness.

Hangover prevention: Do lighter colored drinks help?

Drinking lighter colored drinks is not a good method of hangover prevention, but it may help a little.

Coping with side effects of hepatitis C drugs

Is your hepatitis C drug regimen causing troublesome side effects? Here are some tips for managing antiviral side effects so you can complete treatment.

Spinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM)

Learn more about how this rare blood vessel disorder can affect the spinal cord.

Meralgia paresthetica

Meralgia paresthetica — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes and treatments of this compressed nerve condition.

Membranous nephropathy

Membranous nephropathy is a sometimes silent kidney problem. But it can be serious. Learn the symptoms, treatment and how clinical trials may help.

Alcohol intolerance

Having an immediate reaction after drinking alcohol, such as a stuffy nose and skin flushing, might indicate alcohol intolerance.

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