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Lactation suppression: Can medication help?

Medication for lactation suppression generally isn't recommended.


HIDA scan

Find out what to expect during a HIDA scan — a nuclear imaging procedure used to diagnose liver, gallbladder and bile duct problems.


Medical history: Compiling your medical family tree

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


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.


Medical credentials and degrees explained

Confused by the credentials for doctors, nurses and physician assistants? Get definitions of common credentials and learn why they matter.


Blood pressure medications: Can they raise my triglycerides?

Learn which blood pressure medications might increase triglyceride levels.


Acne treatments: Medical procedures may help clear skin

Learn more about medical procedures, such as light therapy, chemical peels or steroid injections, that might help clear stubborn acne.


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.


GERD: Can certain medications make it worse?

Certain medications can aggravate symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn more.


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.


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