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This fact sheet discusses what allergies are, some of the signs, and symptoms as well as how to be treated.
Use this fact sheet to help you talk to your healthcare provider about whether a clinical trial is right for you.
People use cosmetics to enhance their beauty. These products range from lipstick and foundation to deodorant, toothpaste and hairspray. In 1...(more)
Hair dye is used to color your hair. Hair relaxers are used to make your hair straight. Both hair dye and hair relaxers can hurt your skin, hair...(more)
This fact sheet discusses what menopause is and if hormones might help.
This document helps to track what medication you're taking as well as dosage and other pertinent information.
Skin damage from the sun builds up over time. This fact sheet discusses what you can to to protect yourself.
Antibiotic drugs can save lives. But some germs get so strong that they can resist the drugs. This is called resistance. This fact sheet discusses the...(more)
This fact sheet discusses what dietary supplements are and how they are regulated as well as possible risks.
This booklet discusses some common health scams and what you can do to protect yourself and your family.
This fact sheet discusses what HPV is, how you can get it, and what to do about it.
Use this guide to help you talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or nurse about your hormone medicines. The guide lists all of the FDA-approved products no...(more)
This fact sheet discusses what you should know before getting a tattoo or permanent make-up.
Use this booklet to help you talk to your health care provider or diabetes educator about the safe way to use your glucose meter.
This fact sheet discusses what arthritis is and when it might be time to talk to your doctor.
Buying contacts on the internet can be handy, but buyers should be careful. This fact sheet discusses best practices for online purchases.
Basic facts about insulin and its use in controlling diabetes, including types of insulin and brand names, and insulin devices, including needles and ...(more)
Keep your eyes safe! This fact sheet provides some tips for keeping your eyes healthy and safe while you wear contacts.
The flu is an illness caused by the influenza virus. This fact sheet discusses how to protect from it and care for yourself if you get it.
Women are often affected by the loss of bladder control and there is no need to suffer. This fact sheet discusses what the symptoms are and when to ta...(more)
This fact sheet explains what generic drugs are and their safety.
Pregnant women need to identify and manage risks to prevent tragedy. This fact sheet discusses the importance of a medicine registry when pregnant.
Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the U.S. Learn the signs of heart disease, including the "silent" symptoms, and get tips on how to lower ...(more)
this fact sheet discusses the new FDA regarding labeling of OTC drugs.
Women over age 20 should have their cholesterol checked by their doctor and women over the age of 55 tend to have higher cholesterol levels than men. ...(more)
High blood pressure (also called hypertension) is a serious illness that affects nearly 65 million adults in the United States. High blood pressure is...(more)
Mammograms can help save lives. They are still the best way to find breast cancer early. They can find breast lumps when they are too small for a woma...(more)
Did You Know? Mammography information card
Adults often take care of medicines for the whole family as well as themselves. So we need to read the label, avoid problems, ask questions, and...(more)
A postcard containing notes and questions for your doctor, nurse or pharmacist concerning menopause and other related issues.