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  • Lung Cancer: Should I Have Screening?

    Guides people who are at high risk for lung cancer through the decision on whether to have an annual low-dose CT screening. Discusses the benefits and risks of having screening and the risk for getting lung cancer. Includes an interactive tool to help you decide.

  • Knee Arthritis: What Is Osteoarthritis?

    Learn what knee osteoarthritis is and what may cause it.

  • Knee Arthritis: What Can I Expect?

    Learn how osteoarthritis usually begins, and listen to stories of how it can progress differently in different people.

  • Knee Arthritis: Nonsurgical Treatments

    Learn about different treatments for knee arthritis other than surgery.

  • Gestational Diabetes: Testing Blood Sugar

    Learn why you need to test your blood sugar when you have gestational diabetes.

  • Gestational Diabetes: Medicines

    Learn why you may need to take medicine when you have gestational diabetes.

  • Arthritis: Shots for Knee Pain

    Shots, or injections, for arthritis knee pain can help you cope with the pain and be more active. The most common shot for arthritis knee pain is a steroid shot. It's also called a cortisone or corticosteroid shot. Arthritis pain is caused by inflamed tissue, and the steroid shot can...

  • Complementary Medicine for Arthritis

    A lot of people use some form of complementary medicine to treat osteoarthritis. These treatments are often used along with standard care to help relieve their arthritis symptoms. Some of these treatments may help you move more easily and deal with the stress and pain of arthritis. But in some...

  • Physical Therapy for Knee Arthritis

    Painful knee arthritis can keep you from being as active as you need to be. You may not walk as much. You may avoid going up and down stairs. But when you don't move that knee as much, the ligaments, tendons, and muscles around it can shorten and get weaker.

  • Sleep and Your Health

    Most adults do best when they get 7 to 8 hours of sleep each day. Sleep gives your brain a little vacation. During sleep, your brain has time to: Grow and repair cells. Form new pathways for learning, remembering, and processing information. Rebuild your energy for the next day. When...

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