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  • ACL Injuries

    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee can be injured during sporting activities, particularly when an athlete pivots suddenly. The ACL is one of four knee ligaments that stabilize the knee. This video discusses how the knee works and what you should do if you sustain an ACL injury.

  • Allergen: Insect Stings

    Detailed information on allergic reactions to insect bites and stings

  • Allergies and the Immune System

    Most allergic reactions are a result of an immune system that responds to a "false alarm."

  • Birth Injuries

    Some babies have a more difficult trip through the birth canal than others, resulting in physical injuries. These injuries usually are not serious and clear up or improve within a few days or weeks after the birth.

  • Bladder and Bowel Incontinence

    Bladder or bowel incontinence means a problem with holding in urine or stool. Here's what you should know.

  • Breast Infections and Inflammations

    The most common type of breast infection is lactational mastitis. This happens when a woman is breastfeeding. The nipples become cracked and sore, allowing bacteria from the baby's mouth to enter the ducts and rapidly multiply in the milk.

  • Dental Care for Infants and Children

    Detailed information on dental care for infants and children

  • Diabetes Insipidus

    Diabetes insipidus occurs when your body doesn’t make enough antidiuretic hormone (ADH). Learn more about this rare disease that causes you to urinate often.

  • DVT Prevention: Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Devices

    Intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) devices are used to help prevent blood clots in the deep veins of the legs. The devices use cuffs around the legs that fill with air and squeeze your legs. This increases blood flow through the veins of your legs and helps prevent blood clots.

  • FAQs About Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs)

    Do cell phones interfere with pacemakers? Do ICDs need to be adjusted? Here are answers to these and other questions.

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