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Thyroid function disorders — Finding the right balance
Colorectal cancer screening — Not to be neglected
Gum recession — Taking care of your teeth
Prostate cancer recurrence — Knowing when to act
Hereditary hair loss — Treatments may help
Sciatica — Lower back and radiating leg pain
Shingles — More common with age
Alzheimer's biomarkers — Identifying early clues
Changing voice with age — Keep talking
A stiff heart — A type of heart failure
Glaucoma — A silent thief
 
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You've been visiting with an orthopedic surgeon about the possibility of a hip joint replacement (prosthesis). But your stature isn't exactly average, and it's been a challenge to find a prosthesis that's the right size. As a result, your surgeon suggests scanning your own hip joint and using the image to print a new one to match it.
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Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease both affect the brain, but they don’t have any signs and symptoms in common.
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