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Hair Loss
Hair loss is believed to be primarily caused by a combination of factors, including aging, changing hormones, illness, and family history.
Hair Problems
Detailed information on hair problems, including baldness (alopecia), excessive hairiness (hirsutism), and ingrown hairs
Hair Replacement Surgery
Detailed information on hair loss and hair replacement surgery
Halitosis (Bad Breath)
Detailed information on halitosis (bad breath), including causes and treatment
Hand Pain and Problems
Common hand problems include arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and ganglion cysts.
Hand Surgery
Detailed information on hand surgery for different hand conditions
Handwashing
Use warm water to wet your hands, then apply soap. Rub your hands together for at least 10 seconds. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap.
Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
Detailed information on Hashimoto's thyroiditis, including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment
Head Injury in Children
The more common causes of head injury in children are falls, motor vehicle accidents—in which the child is either a passenger or a pedestrian—or a result of child abuse.
Headache
Headaches vary greatly in terms of pain location, pain intensity, and how frequently they occur.