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Hay Fever

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Head and Neck Cancer

Head Injuries

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Head Lice

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Headache

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Health Disparities

Memory Lapses May Signal Stroke Risk (12/11/2014, HealthDay)

Health Facilities

35 U.S. Hospitals Designated as Ebola Treatment Centers (12/02/2014, Department of Health and Human Services)
Colleges and Student HealthcareVideo (10/27/2014, HealthDay)

Health Insurance

More Kids Using ERs for Medical Care (10/14/2014, HealthDay)

Health Literacy

See also Health Literacy

Health Occupations

Does the Doctor Speak Your Language? (12/09/2014, HealthDay)
Many Docs Mistaken about Allergies (11/07/2014, HealthDay)

Health Problems in Pregnancy

Health Screening

Diabetes Diagnosis DilemmaVideo (11/18/2014, HealthDay)
Cancer Risk and Screening RatesVideo (10/22/2014, HealthDay)

Health Statistics

Depression RatesVideo (12/04/2014, HealthDay)
ER Visits on The Rise (11/25/2014, HealthDay)

Healthy Aging

Feel Younger, Live Longer?Video (12/19/2014, HealthDay)
A 'Purpose in Life' May Extend Yours (11/07/2014, HealthDay)
See also Healthy Aging

Healthy Living

Purpose in LifeVideo (11/07/2014, HealthDay)
Lifestyle Factors and Stroke RiskVideo (10/09/2014, HealthDay)
See also Healthy Living

Hearing Disorders and Deafness

Hearing Problems in Children

Heart Attack

Women and Heart Attack SymptomsVideo (10/31/2014, HealthDay)
See also Heart Attack

Heart Disease in Women

Menstruation and Heart Disease RiskVideo (12/16/2014, HealthDay)
Women and Heart Attack SymptomsVideo (10/31/2014, HealthDay)
Is Milk Your Friend or Foe? (10/29/2014, HealthDay)

Heart Diseases

Marriage and Heart HealthVideo (11/25/2014, HealthDay)
Cocaine Can Cause Heart Problems (11/18/2014, HealthDay)
See also Heart Diseases

Heart Diseases--Prevention

NIH-Led Study Explores Prevention of Heart Disease in HIV-Infected PeopleFrom the National Institutes of Health (10/29/2014, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)

Heart Failure

See also Heart Failure

Heart Surgery

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Heart Transplantation

Heart Valve Diseases

Heartburn

See also Heartburn

Hemophilia

See also Hemophilia

Hemorrhagic Fevers

Hepatitis A

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Hepatitis C

See also Hepatitis C

Heroin

Heroin Overdose Deaths Increased in Many States Through 2012 (10/02/2014, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
See also Heroin

High Blood Pressure

Home Blood Pressure MonitorsVideo (10/29/2014, HealthDay)

Hip Injuries and Disorders

Hip Replacement

See also Hip Replacement

Hispanic American Health

HIV/AIDS

Is HIV Becoming Less Contagious? (12/01/2014, HealthDay)
Sophisticated HIV Diagnostics Adapted for Remote AreasFrom the National Institutes of Health (12/01/2014, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering)
NIH-Sponsored Study Identifies Superior Drug Regimen for Preventing Mother-to-Child HIV TransmissionFrom the National Institutes of Health (11/17/2014, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
HIV/AIDS Update - Approval of Tybost (cobicistat) 150 mg tablets (09/25/2014, Food and Drug Administration)
HIV/AIDS Update - Approval of Vitekta (09/25/2014, Food and Drug Administration)
See also HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS and Pregnancy

NIH-Sponsored Study Identifies Superior Drug Regimen for Preventing Mother-to-Child HIV TransmissionFrom the National Institutes of Health (11/17/2014, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)

HIV/AIDS Medicines

HIV/AIDS Update - Approval of Tybost (cobicistat) 150 mg tablets (09/25/2014, Food and Drug Administration)
HIV/AIDS Update - Approval of Vitekta (09/25/2014, Food and Drug Administration)

Hives

Health Tip: What Causes Hives? (09/29/2014, HealthDay)
See also Hives

Hodgkin Disease

See also Hodgkin Disease

Hormones

See also Hormones

Hospice Care

See also Hospice Care

Household Products

Laundry Detergent Pod DangersVideo (11/10/2014, HealthDay)

HPV

See also HPV

Hyperglycemia

Chronic High Blood Sugar May be Detrimental to the Developing Brain of Young ChildrenFrom the National Institutes of Health (12/17/2014, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)
See also Hyperglycemia

Hypoglycemia

See also Hypoglycemia

Hypothyroidism

See also Hypothyroidism

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