The A1C test is used to take an average measure of the amount of glucose (sugar) attached to hemoglobin (a protein in red blood cells). But just how accurate are the results of this test?
Curing periodontitis can be difficult but there are several options for trying.
Learning to speak is not a quick or easy process, but is your child's stuttering a normal part of development or an indication that something is wrong?
Nocturia is the medical term for excessive urination at night. Not only does nocturia disrupt your sleep, but it can also be a sign of an underlying medication condition. Here is how it's diagnosed.
A dull ache and mild pain in the scrotum and groin once the anesthesia wears off is normal immediately following a vasectomy. Here's what you should know about vasectomy pain.
Night terrors, or sleep terrors, are a parasomnia, or undesired and abnormal behavior that occurs during sleep. Here’s a look at how night terrors happen and what some of the potential causes may be.
Exactly as the name indicates, birthmarks are present from birth or very shortly after. But what causes them? Scientists haven’t quite figured that out.
Ejection fraction is a diagnostic measurement of the heart. Here's a look at how ejection fraction is calculated, and what the numbers mean for your heart health.