Identifying a stroke early is the key to the most effective treatment. Learn about emergency and systemic treatment and rehabilitation for strokes.
Eylea (aflibercept) is an injectable medication used for treating macular edema, wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and diabetic retinopathy.
Diamox (acetazolamide) is a drug used for glaucoma, epilepsy, high altitude sickness, periodic paralysis, and sometimes for migraines.
Mineral oil has a long track record for being a safe, effective moisturizer. It can help dry skin, eczema, ease constipation, and more.
Indapamide is a diuretic used to treat hypertension and edema from heart failure. Learn about its uses, contraindications, and side effects.
Brain swelling and other effects of a stroke take time to subside. Learn how long it takes to recover from a stroke.
Bowel obstruction surgery is needed to clear an intestinal blockage. Learn what to expect. Medically reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.
Signs of left-sided heart failure can be confused with another condition or go unnoticed, but edema, fatigue, and shortness of breath can be telltale signs that the left side of your heart is giving out.
Brain aneurysm surgery involves repairing a defective artery and may be an emergency or planned operation. Reviewed by our board-certified surgeons.
The macula is a small, yellowish area located in the central region of the retina. It helps give us clear vision and the ability to see 20/20.