Mononucleosis has different degrees of symptoms in infants, young children, teens, and adults. Learn the signs and when you should see your doctor.
Mononucleosis (mono) is usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Learn how it is spread, the age groups most at risk, and when it is contagious.
Mono has three distinct phases: a period before symptoms appear, an active phase, and a convalescent period that can last for several months.
Tests used to diagnose leukemia may include a complete blood count, a bone marrow biopsy, and special tests such as flow cytometry and genetic studies.
Mononucleosis, or mono, usually does not recur or linger. However, in rare cases you may have ongoing symptoms or a related chronic disease.
Excessive daytime sleepiness can be due to lifestyle factors or a sign of a more serious medical problem or sleep disorder.
What are the 10 most fatal cancers for men? Having an awareness of cancer symptoms can save lives, but some of the answers may surprise you.
Cancer can develop in lymph nodes either by originating there (as a primary tumor) or by spreading from a tumor somewhere else in the body (metastasis).
Lyme disease can sometimes be diagnosed with antibody tests but is often diagnosed by your symptoms. New diagnostic tests are being developed.
Gastric cancer is uncommon is associated with several conditions and environmental and lifestyle triggers. Learn how stomach cancer is diagnosed and treated.