Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease
Alcohol-induced liver disease is caused by heavy use of alcohol. The liver’s job is to break down alcohol. If you drink more than it can process, it can become badly damaged.
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
Detailed information on cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Diet for Lactose Intolerance
Detailed information on lactose intolerance, including a list of foods that contain lactose
Grief and Loss
Grief moves in and out of stages from disbelief and denial, to anger and guilt, to finding a source of comfort, to eventually adjusting to the loss.
Hair loss is believed to be primarily caused by a combination of factors, including aging, changing hormones, illness, and family history.
Interstitial Lung Disease
Interstitial lung disease, or ILD, includes more than 100 chronic lung disorders. These diseases are not cancer and are not caused by an infection. Interstitial lung diseases are named after the tissue between the air sacs of the lungs called the interstitium.
Labor usually starts two weeks before or after the estimated date of delivery. No one knows exactly what triggers the onset of labor.
Labor and Delivery
Detailed information on labor and delivery
Laboratory Tests for Cancer
Lab tests are used in cancer diagnosis to look for tumor markers. These are substances either released by cancer cells into the blood or urine or substances created by the body in response to cancer cells.
Lactose intolerance is when your body can’t break down or digest lactose. Lactose is a sugar found in milk and milk products. Lactose intolerance happens when your small intestine does not make enough of a digestive enzyme called lactase. Lactase is needed to break down the lactose in food so it can be absorbed by your body.