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Health Library

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Facelift
During a facelift procedure, excess facial fat is removed, facial muscles are tightened, and the skin is stretched to make a smoother appearance.
Facts About Blood
Detailed information on blood, including components of blood, functions of blood cells and common hematology tests
Facts About Diabetes
Diabetes affects the way the body metabolizes, or uses, digested food to make glucose, the main source of fuel for the body.
Facts About Skin Cancer
Statistics relating to skin cancer
Facts About the Spine, Shoulder, and Pelvis
Detailed anatomical description of the spine, shoulder, and pelvis, including full-color, labeled illustrations
Fever
Detailed information on fever, including when to call your physician
Fibrocystic Breast Changes
Detailed information on common fibrocystic breast changes, including what fibrocystic changes feel like
Fibromyalgia
Detailed information on fibromyalgia, including cause, triggers, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment
Fibrous Dysplasia
Fibrous dysplasia is a chronic disorder in which bone expands because of abnormal development of fibrous tissue.
Fifth Disease
Fifth disease is caused by the human parvovirus. It is most prevalent in the winter and spring and is usually seen in school-aged children.