Diseases and Conditions
Every year, one in four Americans suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder that interferes with their ability to function at work or school or in their daily lives.
Although nausea and vomiting can make you feel miserable, it's important to remember that these are not diseases, but rather symptoms of many illnesses.
Millions of Americans are affected by sinusitis every year. Even so, it's often misdiagnosed and misunderstood by people with the condition.
Eye allergies usually affect both eyes. The main symptoms of an eye allergy include itchy eyes, increased tearing, red or pink eyes, and mild swelling of the eyelids.
These medications are life-giving and powerful. It's important to take them just as your doctor has prescribed.
Detailed information on whooping cough, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention
A cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens, a clear, soft structure behind the pupil that works much like a camera lens. The top cause of cataracts is aging. In fact, more people over 70 have cataracts than not.
In adults, a screening blood sugar test is generally used to determine if your blood sugar is too high. For adults, having an elevated blood sugar usually will not give you symptoms and may indicate a pending or current problem with type 2 diabetes.
Detailed information on dust mite allergens
The best way to prepare the school staff to meet your child’s needs is to develop an asthma action plan.
You may be wondering what questions the healthcare provider will ask or what tests and exams your child will need.
Research shows that informed, supportive teachers and staff can play a big role in helping students manage their asthma.
Having a child with diabetes can be overwhelming. Fortunately, a team of experts can guide you now and in the years to come.