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  1. Taking Medicines as Prescribed - Medicine and Long-Term Health Problems

    You may be taking medicine for a long-term (chronic) health problem. Some chronic diseases can be controlled,but they usually cannot be cured. You may need to take one or more medicines for the rest of your life. Here are some examples of common chronic health problems and how medicines help: Medicines for type 2 diabetes can help your body make more insulin or decrease resistance to insulin. ...

  2. Taking Medicines as Prescribed - Topic Overview

    Medicine is one of the many tools your doctor has to treat long-term health problems. Taking medicine as your doctor suggests will improve your health and may prevent future problems. If you don't take your medicines properly,you may be putting your health,and perhaps your life,at risk. Taking your medicines as your doctor says may include: What time you take them,such as in the morning or ...

  3. Taking Medicines as Prescribed - Overcoming Barriers to Taking Your Medicines

    People don't take medicines for many reasons. If you're having problems taking your medicines as prescribed,it may help to think about why you're having trouble. When your reasons are clear,you can find ways to deal with the problems. This may make it easier to take your medicines as your doctor wants you to. Here are some common concerns about taking medicines,along with some ideas for ...

  4. Capsaicin - Topic Overview

    What is capsaicin?Capsaicin is the ingredient found in different types of peppers, such as cayenne peppers, that makes the peppers hot. You can eat it in raw or cooked peppers or as a dried powder, which you can add to food or drinks. It also is available as a dietary supplement and in topical creams that you apply to your skin.What is capsaicin used for?When a capsaicin cream or ointment is used

  5. Picture of the Rotator Cuff

    WebMD's Rotator Cuff Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the rotator cuff. Learn about its function, location in the body, and conditions that affect this part of the body.

  6. Elbow Pain

    Elbow pain may be caused by a sports injury or it could be a sign of arthritis, bursitis, gout, cellulitis or another condition. WebMD takes a look at the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of elbow pain.

  7. Costochondritis

    Costochondritis is a painful condition caused by inflammation in the chest area. It can feel like a heart attack. Take a look at the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of this condition.

  8. Dupuytren's Contracture: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

    WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Dupuytren's contracture.

  9. Pain Management: Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis is a common cause of joint pain. WebMD tells you about managing the pain using drug and nondrug therapies.

  10. Pain Management: Treatment Overview

    WebMD provides an overview of treatments for chronic pain, from surgery to herbal remedies.

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