Consumer health basics
Allergy symptoms can range from mild to severe, even life-threatening. Most allergies can't be cured, but treatments can help.
Learn more about allergy medications. Find out what they do and how they can help your symptoms.
How to recognize and provide first aid for anaphylaxis.
Learn more about symptoms, treatment, self-care tips and prevention of bee stings, which in some people cause severe allergic reaction.
Coenzyme Q10 might help reduce the muscle aches some people experience while taking cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins.
Cyclic vomiting syndrome often starts in childhood and is marked by spells of vomiting several times an hour over a period of hours or days.
Headaches in children aren't usually serious, and can often be managed with medications and healthy habits.
There's no good evidence that so-called fertility herbs and supplements actually improve fertility.
How to administer first aid for insect bites or stings.
Soy allergy is a common food allergy that generally begins in infancy and often is outgrown in childhood.
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