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A new surgical technique can help patients undergoing arthroscopic hip surgery avoid numbness in the genital area -- a complication that occurs in up to 25 percent of patients undergoing the procedure.
Since 1994, colorectal cancer has increased 51 percent among those under age 50. Learn when you should start thinking about a colorectal cancer screening.
What if health care focused less on healing in the hospital and more on keeping you healthy at home? And what if everyone in the health care system were aligned to provide the greatest value for your health care dollar?
Cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation carry some cardiac risk, either immediately or later on.
Many people find a CPAP machine too noisy or too uncomfortable for sleep. A recently approved treatment called Inspire therapy may help people who want to avoid surgery for sleep apnea.
Medicine can relieve symptoms of an enlarged prostate, but may cause sexual side effects, such as ejaculation problems and erectile dysfunction. Learn how one treatment option can avoid these side effects.
A recent clinical research study offers new hope for stroke patients who present for treatment up to 24 hours after the onset of symptoms.
Editing images before sharing on social media may contribute to low self-esteem and body dysmorphic disorder.