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Immunotherapy May Boost Chemo Outcomes in Pancreatic Cancer

A novel suspension of Mycobacterium obuense might extend survival and improve quality of life in patients with pancreatic cancer by acting as a primer for chemotherapy. Medscape Medical News

Tips to Deal With Hepatitis C Fatigue

When you have hepatitis C, being tired -- really tired -- can be a fact of life. But you can take certain steps to boost your energy.

How to Be Smart About With Hepatitis C

WebMD explains how to talk to a ual partner about your hep C. Plus, learn the best ways to protect them from catching the virus.

Vaginal pain for almost three months

I'm experiencing a vaginal pain for months now and It's kind of weird because I'm experiencing different pains like pricking sensation when walking, Pain when urinating and sometimes groin pain. What's worst is that I'm sometimes experiencing something like genital arousal like I wanted to press it down because it feels really weird. I'm really worried. I'm so shy to go to the doctor because I knew that I might got this from water pressure masturbation. :o I'm 18 and still a virgin. I know this

vaginal pain for three months

I'm experiencing a vaginal pain for months now and It's kind of weird because I'm experiencing different pains like pricking sensation when walking, Pain when urinating and sometimes groin pain. What's worst is that I'm sometimes experiencing something like genital arousal like I wanted to press it down because it feels really weird. I'm really worried. I'm so shy to go to the doctor because I knew that I might got this from water pressure masturbation. :o I'm 18 and still a virgin. I know this

FDA Reviewing Safety of Codeine in Kids Under 18

The FDA is investigating the safety of using medicines containing codeine to treat coughs and colds in children under 18, because of the potential for serious problems like slowed or difficult breathing.

Submandibular Salivary Gland

Well, I've posted a few times about my swollen Submandibular salivary gland. My Doc sent me to a ENT. The ENT gave me yet another round of strong antibiotics along with a steroid shot . I've been on antibiotics 45 days now . The gland is still swollen. The pain is off and on and it doesn't bother me real bad. The ENT said after he felt of it inside and out that he thinks it may be a stone causing blockage . He said he does not think its cancer at this point . My issue is it's still there after a

Study Reignites Calls for Worldwide Controls on Sugary Drinks

Asking patients about what they eat and drink is as important as questioning them about smoking habits, say the authors of a newly published study that highlights the need for urgent global action. Medscape Medical News

Call to Make Bariatric Surgery as Common as Coronary Bypass

New 3-year data showing bariatric surgery can induce fairly durable diabetes remission in a minority of obese type 2 diabetes patients has prompted a call for this surgery to be made more accessible. Medscape Medical News

Home Care for Hives (Urticaria)

WebMd offers some home remedies to treat your chronic hives.

Any Canadians here?

I've gotten the MS diagnosis now have been just left on my own for a while. In retrospect,my diagnosis happened faster than normal - first symptoms in November, diagnosis in June, but that was with me being very pushy and even going to a private clinic for the first MRI to avoid the 4 month waiting list at the hospital. But now everything has ground to a halt. I am waiting for a call from the MS clinic for my first visit with them to discuss everything with them. I've called them but they sa

7th year ssi phone interview

hi everybody, i have been on ssi for 11 years. and in two 3 days i have a phone interview. i wonder why they are calling me and what kind of questions they will ask me. i am quite anxious because i don't want to loose my ssi. does anybody know what they may ask and how to answer? my doctor says i have not improved, and hence they absolutely should not take my benefits away from me. but i think this could go either way. please advice.

Aplastic Anemia: Mutations Linked to Clinical Outcomes

Genetic alterations found in patients with aplastic anemia may help estimate prognosis and guide treatment decisions. Medscape Medical News

Midurethral Sling Helpful for Stress Urinary Incontinence

Midurethral sling operations for stress urinary incontinence in women have a good safety profile and are highly effective in the short and medium term, with increasing evidence for long-term efficacy. Medscape Medical News

The spell caster that made my lover commit to me

American is changing for the best i can say this because the gay community just literally got liberated i mean we can officially get married and be part of the the American society. When i heard the news i was filled with joy i mean me and my fiance the man i have always can finally own our marriage certificate in Georgia.It was not always right for us if you know what i mean. Before we got married in California ,he was not in love with me or i would say he was in love with me and lost for anoth

my penis is curved down???

my penis is curved down??? as far as i know most of men has a upright or 90 degree angle,, but mine is down with a curve,, is there any way that i can make it 90degree with simple methods which could be done in home

Restoring hair colour

Hi All I have thinning hair and recently my natural colour has become very light and in parts grey .The very light colour of my hair can sometimes make it look like I have no hair in those areas and I was wondering if dying the hair back to its original colour may help with this problem. I've never used hair dyes or even contemplated it, I don't want to drastically change my look I would just like to sort of restore the colour that I have lost.

Do you agree with my hypothyroid diagnosis?

Doctor diasnogsed me as being hypothyroid with the following numbers: TSH 3.2 (.45-4.5) T4 7.5 (4.5-12) T3 uptake 32% (24-39) Free thyroxine index 2.4 (1.2-4.9) I would prefer not to take levoxyl if I don't have to. It is worth noting that I am an elite endurance athlete.

Finger dislocated

I dislocated my right hand middle finger of middle phanax 2 months ago while having a cricket ball catch, i see the doctor 14 days later the incident orthopedic test via x-ray and advised for special exercise and i did exercise but until now my finger is still dislocated and have swelling and have little pain and I can't make full fist. Is there any solution for my finger?? Dr said this is enough. Can anyone help me?? I'm waiting for reply.

Synovectomy and recovery

Hi, I am a 25 year old female and I have been suffering from JRA in both knees, hips and my eyes (iritis) since the age of 4. For many years I was controlled with cortisone shots and TNF blockers. Around age 20 I was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, and have recently undergone surgery for a full synovectomy of my left knee. I am currently taking Simponi, which has controlled my AS for the last year (was on Humira which stopped working eventually). I am 8 weeks post op and still have se

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