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  • Baby's Care After a Cesarean Delivery

    Because babies born by cesarean may have difficulty clearing some of the lung fluid and mucus, extra suctioning of the nose, mouth, and throat are often needed.

  • Behavior Changes

    Your baby's activity level, appetite, and cries normally vary from day to day, and even hour to hour. But a distinct change in any of these areas may signal illness.

  • Blisters in Children

    Detailed information on blisters, including cause, first aid, and treatment.

  • Breast Cancer: Breast Reconstruction After Breast Surgery

    Breast reconstruction surgery involves creating a breast mound that comes as close as possible to the form and appearance of the natural breast.

  • Breast Cancer: Diagnosis

    It is important to remember that a lump or other changes in the breast, or an abnormal area on a mammogram, may be caused by cancer or by other, less serious problems.

  • Breast Cancer: Hormone Therapy

    For some types of breast cancer, hormones such as estrogen and progesterone can also cause breast cancer cells to grow. In these cases, hormone therapy is used to help prevent the growth, spread, and recurrence of breast cancer.

  • Breast Cancer: Introduction

    Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in women in the U.S. Once breast cancer occurs, cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body, making it life-threatening. The good news is that breast cancer is often found early, before it has spread.

  • Breast Cancer: Lymphedema After Treatment

    Whenever the normal drainage pattern in the lymph nodes is disturbed or damaged—often during surgery to remove the lymph nodes—the arm may swell. This swelling, caused by too much fluid, is called lymphedema.

  • Breast Cancer: Radiation Therapy

    Radiation therapy is a breast cancer treatment option that often uses X-rays to kill cancer cells. There are several ways to give radiation therapy to the breast cancer cells.

  • Breast Cancer: Risk Factors

    A look at specific things that may increase your chance of having breast cancer.

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