Nasal polyps are painless, noncancerous growths that can lead to a lost sense of smell or infection. Medication or surgery can help.
Acute liver failure is a rapid loss of liver function, often in someone without liver problems. It's a medical emergency that requires urgent care.
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.
Intracranial venous malformations are abnormally enlarged veins in your brain. Find out more about diagnosis and treatment of this neurological condition.
A Mayo Clinic expert explains the risks of taking prescription oral erectile dysfunction (ED) medications without a medical need.
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.
Obsession with the idea of having a serious but undiagnosed medical condition.
Extreme fatigue that can't be explained by an underlying medical condition.
Learn more about this common circulatory condition, often first signaled by leg pain when walking. Lifestyle changes and medications can help.