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Peanut allergy can be serious. Find out what you need to know to prevent a life-threatening reaction, and get the latest on treatment approaches.
Allergy symptoms can range from mild to severe, even life-threatening. Most allergies can't be cured, but treatments can help.
Pulmonary embolism is often caused by blood clots that travel to the lungs from the legs. Prevention is aimed at stopping clots from forming in the legs.
Learn more about allergy medications. Find out what they do and how they can help your symptoms.
Most often the result of a severe heart attack, this rare condition can be deadly if not treated immediately.
Learn more about the warning signs and treatment of high blood pressure in the lungs.
If you have a headache most days, you might have one of the most disabling headache conditions, chronic daily headaches. Aggressive treatment and long-term management might help.
When medications that ease headache pain are used too often, these drugs can actually start causing headaches. Learn about prevention and treatment.
Soy allergy is a common food allergy that generally begins in infancy and often is outgrown in childhood.
Egg allergy can cause a serious reaction in children and adults. Here's how to recognize egg allergy symptoms, and what to do if a severe reaction occurs.
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