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Ultrasound

This imaging method uses sound waves to create pictures of the inside of your body. Learn how it works and how it’s used.


Allergy medications and pregnancy: What's safe?

Find out what allergy medications can help you manage allergies during pregnancy.


SPECT scan

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.


Asthma medications: Know your options

Learn more about the different categories of medications to help you control asthma symptoms.


Medical history: Compiling your medical family tree

Use a special family tree to track your family's health information.


Lactation suppression: Can medication help?

Medication for lactation suppression generally isn't recommended.


Bipolar medications and weight gain

Some medications used to treat bipolar disorder can increase your appetite or cause changes in metabolism leading to weight gain.


Nuclear stress test

A nuclear stress test creates images showing the blood flow to your heart. Here's how to prepare, and what you can expect.


Erectile dysfunction: Viagra and other oral medications

Get the facts on Viagra and other oral erectile dysfunction medications.


Allergy medications: Know your options

Learn more about allergy medications. Find out what they do and how they can help your symptoms.


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