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More People Are Now Eligible for Weight Loss Surgery

Updated for the first time in decades, new bariatric surgery guidelines reflect the proven safety and effectiveness of modern weight loss surgery.

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Natural Treatments for IBD in Children

A holistic approach to treating inflammatory bowel disease in kids can include optimizing gut health and therapies such as acupuncture and mindfulness.

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The Other Annual Visit Women Can’t Afford to Miss

Most women understand the value of seeing an OB/GYN every year. Learn why a woman’s health involves much more than her gynecologic health.

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How to Get a Better Workout from Walking

From Nordic poles to safely adding weight, learn simple ways to maximize the impact of walking without too much effort.

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Adderall in Short Supply: What You Can Do

A nationwide shortage of the ADHD medication is worrying many people who depend on the drug. The good news is there are a number of alternatives.

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Calling Out the CAR T Troops

University Hospitals creates innovative immunotherapy onsite to help patients’ own bodies fight cancer.

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Is Vertigo a Sign of Serious Illness?

Occasional dizziness is quite common and not usually a serious health concern. Learn more about the possible causes and treatments for vertigo.

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11 Health Screening Tests Every Woman Should Have

Doctors recommend these health screenings to prevent, detect and treat diseases and maintain optimal health.

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