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Fifty million U.S. adults don't get enough sleep. Read 8 Q&A to discover how a sleep study can shed light onto what's happening during the dark of night.
While cervical cancer cases have decreased in recent years, it remains a significant threat to the well-being of women. Learn about your personal risk factors and what you can do to prevent and detect this disease.
The high demand for COVID-19 tests continues, along with questions about the various types of tests and what to do if you test positive or negative. Get the details.
There are telltale signs your child may have picked up hand, foot and mouth disease. Find out how to spot these signs and what you can do to help prevent the spread.
Pain medication options are available to women in labor, whether they have a midwife or a physician. Learn about your options.
If you injure your ankle or knee, should you wear a brace to support the joint? A brace can help or hinder your recovery. Here are three questions to consider.
Memory lapses and modest decline in thinking skills are common with age. How do you know it's a sign of something more? Learn what to watch for and get tips for coping with memory loss.
You may think of yourself as a savvy consumer, but do you know which national quality rankings to trust when comparing health care providers? Mayo Clinic quality experts offer 5 tips.