What works for one person's pain may not help yours — and every pill poses risks. Find out how to sort through your options for maximum relief and minimum risk.
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.
Learn more about this minimally invasive imaging test combining endoscopy and ultrasound to diagnosis digestive and lung diseases.
Dressing in layers, keeping cool and avoiding known triggers are among the lifestyle strategies you can try for hot flash relief.
Certain medications can aggravate symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn more.
Fetal ultrasound images can help your doctor evaluate how your pregnancy is progressing.
Most breast calcifications are benign. Find out more about what can cause them, what they look like, and when to see a doctor.
A nuclear stress test creates images showing the blood flow to your heart. Here's how to prepare, and what you can expect.
The existence of Wilson's syndrome — often described as mild or subclinical hypothyroidism — is controversial.
This imaging method uses sound waves to create pictures of the inside of your body. Learn how it works and how it’s used.