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Endometriosis after a cesarean delivery: What to know

Date: Dec-13-2018
Having a C-section can increase the risk of receiving an endometriosis diagnosis. Learn more about the connection between cesarean deliveries and endometriosis in this article.

Why are my breasts sore before a period?

Date: Dec-13-2018
Fluctuations in hormones before a period are a common cause of sore breasts. In this article, learn more about why breast pain or tenderness often occurs before a period.

What to know about rectovaginal endometriosis

Date: Dec-13-2018
Rectovaginal endometriosis occurs when endometrial tissue grows around the rectum, vagina, and structures between them. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatment of rectovaginal endometriosis here.

What to know about HIV false-positives

Date: Dec-13-2018
A false-positive HIV test occurs when a test incorrectly indicates that a person has contracted the virus. It can be stressful, and seeking support, taking another test, and learning the reasons for the result can help, as can taking measures to prevent contracting HIV in the future. Learn more here.

19 natural remedies for a headache

Date: Dec-13-2018
Headaches are a common complaint. Fortunately, there are many natural and home remedies a person can use to get relief. Learn about them here.

What is it like to live with HIV?

Date: Dec-13-2018
Despite facing some challenges, people with HIV can now live as long as anyone else and enjoy happy and productive lives. Learn more about living with HIV here.

New brain circuit that controls anxiety found

Date: Dec-13-2018
Using genetically modified mice, scientists have uncovered a brain circuit that regulates anxiety and could be a treatment target for related disorders.

How our body clocks can make or break our health

Date: Dec-13-2018
A fresh discovery offers a more detailed picture of how disrupted body clocks can lead to poor health, exposing us to problems such as diabetes or cancer.

What are neutrophils and what do they do?

Date: Dec-13-2018
Neutrophils are the most common form of white blood cell. They help the body respond to infection and heal damaged tissue. Levels in the blood can rise and fall due to many reasons, including infection, chronic conditions, drugs, and surgery. Learn more about what altered levels mean and how to test them here.

Colorectal cancer: Loss of two genes may drive tumor formation

Date: Dec-13-2018
New research shows how the loss of two genes may drive an aggressive form of colorectal cancer. The findings also point to a potential new treatment.