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  • ‘What’s Causing My Pelvic Pain?’

    ‘What’s Causing My Pelvic Pain?’

    Pelvic pain is a common problem for women. It’s a general term for pain that occurs below the belly button. That includes pain in the lower belly, lower back, buttocks, and genital area. About 14% of women in the U.S. have pelvic pain lasting for at least three to six months. Many others experience it occasionally.

  • Trouble Taking Your HIV Medicine? Here’s Help

    Trouble Taking Your HIV Medicine? Here’s Help

    Brushing your teeth, charging your phone, drinking water. After an HIV diagnosis, there’s one more task to add to your daily to-do list: taking your medicine on time.

  • Control Your Risk for Atrial Fibrillation

    Control Your Risk for Atrial Fibrillation

    While you can manage certain risk factors for the condition, there are some you can’t control. Factors such as your family history, age, race, and sex all play a role.

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For Adults: Take Care with Antidepressants

Learn all about antidepressants, including how they work, tips for taking them, and possible side effects.

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Cervical Cancer Quiz

Death rates from cervical cancer are dropping, because more women are being screened. To learn more about cervical cancer and prevention, take this quiz.

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Step-by-Step: Using Eye Drops

This video shows how to use eye drops.

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