Sulfa allergy: A Mayo Clinic expert discusses which medications are likely to cause problems.
You can lower your blood pressure without medication. Try these 10 lifestyle changes.
Losing weight may reduce — or eliminate — your need for blood pressure medication.
Find out more about your options for bone-preserving drugs, including how often you need to take them and what side effects you might expect.
This common complaint can result from an injury or medical condition. Physical therapy and braces can help, but sometimes surgery is needed.
Seeing two images of an object, also known as double vision.
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.
This rare disease damages the aorta — the large artery that carries blood from your heart to the rest of your body. Medications can prevent complications.
Surgery may provide relief from epileptic seizures when medications aren't working.