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8 articles reviewed by: Qaisar Amin, MD
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Nutrition

Eating Low-Oxalate Foods

Organically occurring within many foods you eat, too many oxalates can lead to health problems. Discuss these oxalate-reduction strategies with a medical professional.

Neurology 'Female pain expression'

Dysesthesias – Nerve-Damaging Pain

Beyond headaches, most people assume trauma is necessary to experience pain. But this unspoken neurological condition may be the source of your discomfort.

Oncology 'Cervical examination'

Hysterectomy For Uterine Cancer

When a cervical endoscopy of the uterus reveals a polyp, the patient braces herself for explanation of three types of hysterectomy.

Oncology 'Sad woman at party'

Hysterectomy Alternatives

Arlene’s doctor describes several noncancerous reasons why women receive hysterectomies, with prognosis for such treatments.

Oncology 'Child cancer patient'

Bloodless Leukemia Treatment Options

Leukemia treatment typically involves stem cell and blood transfusion. These transfu­sion-free options offer hope for this cancer of the blood.

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Oncology 'Mixologists pouring drinks at bar'

Avoid Liver Cancer Lifestyle

Your liver is an essential resilient organ. But with years of abuse, it can show signs of wear or even fail. Learn options for treating liver disease.

Physiotherapy 'Acupuncture in prone position'

Is Acupuncture Out of The Question?

Patients obtaining a mea­sure of relief with acupunc­ture swear it cures every­thing. How does it work and what are realistic expectations?

Orthopedics 'Straightening Out Scoliosis'

Straightening Out Scoliosis

Spinal surgery for scoliosis is more of an aesthetic remedy than medical resolu­tion. What are consi­dera­tions before going under the knife?

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