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  • The Link Between Chronic Illness and Depression

    When you live with a chronic illness, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or Parkinson’s disease, it’s natural to experience sadness, anger, or uncertainty about the future. But if these feelings persist and interfere with your daily functioning, depression may be responsible.

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  • High Blood Pressure: Beyond the Numbers

    In many ways, high blood pressure is a condition of facts and figures. But the numbers alone don't tell the whole story.

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  • PMS: What Do You Know?

    Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) refers to a range of monthly symptoms that starts 1 to 2 weeks before a woman's menstrual period. Most women have at least some PMS symptoms. Learn more about PMS by taking this quiz.

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