You can lower your blood pressure without medication. Try these 10 lifestyle changes.
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Losing weight may reduce — or eliminate — your need for blood pressure medication.
A blocked intestine needs prompt medical care. Learn about symptoms and the wide range of causes for this serious but treatable digestive disorder.
This rare blood vessel disease may cause breathing trouble, face pain and a persistent runny nose. Medications can help.
Learn about this cancer that forms in the blood and bone marrow. Treatments include medications and bone marrow transplant.
Learn about this common complaint, which can result from an injury or medical condition, and find out which treatments may help.
This rapid heart rate can be a life-threatening medical emergency. Know the warning signs and how it's treated.
Caused by contractions of your diaphragm, hiccups are usually harmless. But rarely, hiccups may be a sign of an underlying medical problem.