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December 18, 2019
Discover common nutrient deficiencies and how to prevent them. Plus, learn whether you should consider taking a multivitamin.
Medically Reviewed by Primary Care
Categorized as: Family Health, Living and Wellness, Nutrition
Tagged with: anemia, calcium, CDC, deficiency, dietary supplements, iron, Iron deficiency, NIH, nutrition, osteoporosis, University of Michigan, UPMC Center for Integrative Medicine, Vitamin D
July 10, 2016
Does Zika cause birth defects? Learn more about the risk of birth defects from Zika — and what expecting mothers can do to protect themselves.
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Tagged with: Birth Defects, CDC, infectious disease, Microcephaly, Mosquito-borne illness, zika
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May 12, 2016
New, highly effective treatments can cure the vast majority of Hepatitis C infections in a matter of months. Learn more.
Medically Reviewed by Center for Liver Diseases
Tagged with: CDC, hepatitis C, infectious disease
February 2, 2016
The Zika virus is a mosquito-borne illness linked to brain deformities and birth defects. Learn more about risk factors and what you can do to prevent Zika.
Categorized as: Family Health, Pediatrics, Pregnancy and Childbirth
Tagged with: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dengue, fever, Harold Wiesenfeld MD, Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, mosquito bite, pregnancy, travel advisory, Yellow Fever, zika, zika virus
December 9, 2013
Are you ready for the flu season? Check out our infographic and learn all the flu shot facts you need to know
Categorized as: Cold and Flu, Living and Wellness
Tagged with: bronchitis, CDC, death, ear infection, flu prevention, flu season, flu shot complications, flu vaccine, inactivated flu vaccine, influenza virus, live vaccine, nasal vaccine, pneumonia, sinusitis