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With transmission rates for COVID-19 still high in most of the country, the vaccine booster is an important way to keep people safe.
A STEMI is one of the most severe types of a heart attack. Learn more about what it is and why quick emergency care is so important.
It's the most common single-gene disorder in the United States and worldwide, yet many myths surround it. Crawford Strunk, MD, shares some facts.
For some people who have had COVID-19, the symptoms stick around much longer than expected. Here's what to know and how to identify serious symptoms.
If surgery is in your near future, understanding exactly what will happen on surgery day and beyond will help you best prepare.
Having a heart attack doesn’t automatically mean you’ll feel chest-clutching pain. Learn some of the more subtle signs from cardiologist Dr. Raj Kattar.
Know how to treat common summer skin reactions with these tips from Dr. Marwa El Bohy, a ProMedica allergist and immunologist.
Dr. Michelle Ariss explains why eye inflammation and styes develop and how you can prevent and treat them.
Joint pain is very common and can range from irritating to debilitating. Dr. Szepiela shares some at-home treatment options as well as when to see a doctor.
Chrys Peterson talks with Dr. Rafeeq about a condition that affects 24 million Americans. Here's when to see a specialist and how they can help.
It could be stress or activity temporarily raising your blood pressure, or you could be checking it wrong at home. Here's how to get accurate results.
When a back brace didn't help Sara's scoliosis, Dr. Buerk recommended surgery. Six weeks later, the teen was back to running, dancing and musical theatre.