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Teenagers recognize that they are developmentally between child and adult. Teen health prevention includes maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, preventing injuries and screening annually for potential health conditions that could adversely affect teenage health.


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    • Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints, the tissue around the joints, as...learn more »
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      Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Article
      • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) facts
      • What is rheumatoid arthritis (RA)?
      • What are causes and risk factors of rheumatoid arthritis?
      • What are complications of rheumatoid arthritis?
      • What are rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and signs?
      • What tests do physicians use to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis?
      • What is the treatment for rheumatoid arthritis? What types of medications treat RA?
      • "First-line" rheumatoid arthritis medications
      • "Second-line" or "slow-acting" rheumatoid arthritis drugs (disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs or DMARDs)
      • What are newer rheumatoid arthritis treatments?
      • Rheumatoid arthritis diet, exercise, home remedies, and alternative medicine
      • What about rheumatoid arthritis and pregnancy?
      • What is the prognosis (outlook) for patients with rheumatoid arthritis?
      • Is it possible to prevent rheumatoid arthritis?
      • What research is being done on rheumatoid arthritis?
      • Where can people get additional information on rheumatoid arthritis?
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Women (STDs) Sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, are infections that are transmitted during any type of sexual exposure, including...learn more »
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      Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Women (STDs) Article
      • Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) facts
      • What are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)?
      • Gonorrhea
      • Chlamydia
      • Syphilis
      • Genital Herpes
      • Human Papillomaviruses (HPVs) and Genital Warts
      • Chancroid
      • Ectoparasitic Infections
      • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
      • Hepatitis B
      • Hepatitis C
      • Conclusions
    • Folliculitis Folliculitis is a skin condition that causes small red bumps to form around the hair follicles. Skin bacteria such as...learn more »
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      Folliculitis Article
      • Folliculitis facts
      • What is folliculitis? What are folliculitis symptoms and signs? What does folliculitis look like?
      • Who develops folliculitis?
      • What are the causes of folliculitis?
      • How is folliculitis diagnosed?
      • What else could folliculitis look like?
      • What are common types of folliculitis?
      • What is hot tub folliculitis or Jacuzzi folliculitis?
      • What is razor burn folliculitis?
      • What is pseudofolliculitis barbae?
      • Is folliculitis curable? Is folliculitis contagious?
      • What are possible complications of folliculitis?
      • What is the treatment for folliculitis? Are there any home remedies for folliculitis?
      • What is the prognosis (outlook) with folliculitis?
      • How do I prevent folliculitis?
    • Roseola Roseola is a viral illness that most commonly affects young children. Symptoms and signs include a sudden high fever that lasts...learn more »
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      Roseola Article
      • Roseola facts
      • What is roseola? Is roseola contagious?
      • What virus causes roseola?
      • How is roseola spread? What is the incubation period for roseola?
      • What are roseola symptoms and signs?
      • How is the diagnosis of roseola established?
      • How high can the fever go with roseola?
      • What is the treatment for the fever of roseola?
      • Can the fever cause a seizure?
      • Is a seizure due to fever dangerous?
      • What should one do if his or her child with roseola has a seizure?
      • Is there a rash with roseola?
      • What is most remarkable characteristic of roseola?
      • How long does roseola last?
      • Are there any complications of roseola?
      • Should a child with roseola see a doctor?
      • When can the child return to child care?
      • Is it possible to prevent roseola?
      • What is the prognosis for a child with roseola?
      • Are there other names for roseola?
    • Strep Throat Strep throat (Group A, beta hemolytic, streptococcus pyogene, GAS) bacterial infection of the throat. Signs and symptoms of strep...learn more »
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      Strep Throat Article
      • Strep throat facts
      • What is strep throat and what causes strep throat?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of strep throat?
      • Are the signs and symptoms of strep throat different in various age groups?
      • Is strep throat contagious?
      • How is strep throat diagnosed?
      • What is the treatment for strep throat?
      • What are home remedies for strep throat?
      • What over-the-counter) OTC drugs are helpful reducing strep throat symptoms?
      • What antibiotics are prescribed to treat strep throat?
      • What are the potential complications of strep throat?
      • How can I prevent contracting strep throat?
    • Iron Deficiency Iron is a mineral our bodies need. Iron deficiency is a condition resulting from not enough iron in the body. It is the most...learn more »
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      Iron Deficiency Article
      • Iron and iron deficiency facts*
      • What is iron and why do we need it?
      • What is iron deficiency and why is it a concern?
      • What causes iron deficiency?
      • Who is most at risk for iron deficiency?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of iron deficiency?
      • How is iron deficiency diagnosed?
      • How is iron deficiency treated?
      • Can iron deficiency be prevented?
      • Babies
      • Young children (aged 1-5 years)
      • Adolescent girls and women of childbearing age
      • Pregnant women
      • How much iron do I need?
      • What are dietary sources of iron?
      • Dietary sources of Vitamin C
      • Iron overload and hemochromatosis

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