Learn about kidney failure symptoms, tests, diagnosis and treatment options, including medication, dialysis and kidney transplant.
Caused by contractions of your diaphragm, hiccups are usually harmless. But rarely, hiccups may be a sign of an underlying medical problem.
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.
Unexplained weight loss has many causes — some serious. Find out when losing weight without trying calls for a medical evaluation.
Is it time to call your baby's doctor or seek emergency care? Follow these guidelines for treating a sick baby.
Turner syndrome affects only females as the result of a missing or partially missing X chromosome, causing a variety of medical and developmental problems.
Bed-wetting — Learn about causes and treatments, including moisture alarms, bladder training and medications.
Nasal polyps are painless, noncancerous growths that can lead to a lost sense of smell or infection. Medication or surgery can help.
Learn about this medical emergency that involves sudden loss of heart function, and find out how fast, appropriate care might keep it from being deadly.
This common condition can cause pain and mobility issues, making simple tasks difficult. Treatment may include medications, splints and sometimes surgery.