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Sinus problems

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Most sinus problems are infection-related and go away without antibiotics. But not always. Antibiotics, other therapies or even surgery can be valid options once the cause of sinus problems is known.

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Are there foods I shouldn't eat to avoid a diverticulitis attack?

A: Actually, current recommendations for those with diverticulitis (die-vur-tik-yoo-LIE-tis) are more about trying to incorporate high-fiber foods than eliminating specific foods from your diet. Diverticula are small, bulging pouches that can form in the lining of your digestive system and most commonly occur in the last portion of... Read More

Are vitamin D supplements recommended if I have osteoporosis?

A: Yes, vitamin D supplementation — and often calcium supplementation — is recommended for older adults with osteoporosis who are at risk of bone fractures. Still, it's wise to talk with your doctor before you start. Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body requires primarily to... Read More