Fussy eating is common in the toddler age group and frequently worries parents.
Prior to 1987, treatment of HIV/AIDS was limited to palliative care and therapy of opportunistic infections.
Chronic paronychia is a common problem which is often difficult to manage because there is no pill or cream to 'cure' it.
While textbooks and research articles descriptionbe patients with pure depression or pure anxiety, in the real world of clinical practice such patients are perhaps more the exception than the norm.
Domestic violence results in serious health consequences for victims.
The fact that a high level of plasma cholesterol is associated with an increased risk of premature coronary heart disease is no longer in dispute.
Recurrent erosion of the corneal epithelium following a traumatic corneal abrasion is not uncommon.
The management of breast lumps is a cause of great anxiety for both the patient and the doctor.