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Which Is the Correct Breast Cancer Screening for You?

Breast cancer screening should be tailored to each woman to help better detect cancer. Early detection of breast cancer can…

What You Need to Know About Nosebleeds

If you’ve been tilting your head back to stop a nosebleed, you’ve been doing it wrong. Read on to learn…

Young Cancer Patient Holds On to Optimism

Angela K. Thomas turned to her faith, her family and the experts at Keck Medicine of USC to move beyond…

Take Small Steps Today to Improve Future Health

What lifestyle changes can you make now — and how might they pay off later? Read about two simple strategies…

Spine Surgery Helps Busy Dad Bounce Back

Chris Hill is back to playing with his young daughters after Raymond Hah, MD, a spine surgeon at Keck Medicine…

A Racing Pulse: How Fast Is Too Fast?

If your heart is beating so fast it feels like it’s about to burst, you could have a serious condition…

Should I Go Gluten-Free?

Going gluten-free may seem like a trendy diet option, but for some people, it’s a medical necessity. Chances are your…

Is It the Stomach Flu or Food Poisoning?

Is your stomach pain from food poisoning or the stomach flu? It can be hard to tell, since both conditions…

7 Everyday Things That Can Trigger Hearing Loss

It’s not just lawn mowers and leaf blowers that can impact your hearing. Find out about ordinary sounds that are…

5 Reasons Why You Might Have the Chills

Are chills serious? Shivering and goose bumps can accompany a wide range of conditions, from a too-cold environment to cancer.…

4 Hidden Risks for Lung Cancer

Most people associate lung cancer with smoking, but the fact that you don’t smoke doesn’t mean you’re not at risk…

Under Pressure: How Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery Saved a Promising, Young Student’s Eyesight

In March 2019, Namita Sarraf’s life changed. She began suffering episodes of redness, pain, and light sensitivity in her left…