Health Library

  • Addiction: Getting Help

    Once you’re ready to look at your use, you’ve taken a big step toward overcoming the problem. When you face your problem, you also accept that you’re accountable for your actions and for changing them. There are many programs and people who can help you overcome your problem.

  • After Bypass Surgery: Get Plenty of Rest

    After coronary bypass surgery, it's important to take time to relax.

  • After Bypass Surgery: Getting Up and Out of Bed

    Learn how to get up and out of bed that protects your incision and breastbone.

  • After Gallbladder Surgery

    You can usually go home the same day as your surgery. In some cases, you may need to stay overnight. After open laparoscopic surgery, you will usually need to stay in the hospital for 2 to 5 days. Once you’re at home, be sure to follow all your healthcare provider’s instructions.

  • After Gastric Bypass: Nutrition Guidelines

    After gastric bypass surgery, you will need to learn a new way to eat and drink. Your new stomach pouch is much smaller than it was before. And it has a small opening at the bottom called a stoma. This can become blocked by food if you are not careful. Here are guidelines.

  • Alcoholism: Getting Help

    It's hard to face a problem with alcohol. These resources can help.

  • Anticipatory Grief

    Anticipatory grief is similar to the normal process of mourning, but it happens before the actual death.

  • Back Safety: Getting Into and Out of Bed

    Good posture protects your back when you sit, stand, and walk. It's also important while getting into and out of bed.

  • Bacterial Gastroenteritis

    Gastroenteritis is often called the stomach flu. It is an inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, which includes your stomach and intestines. Bacterial gastroenteritis (caused by bacteria) usually causes severe symptoms. This sheet tells you more about bacterial gastroenteritis, how it can be prevented, and how to care for it.

  • Basal Cell Nevus Syndrome (Gorlin Syndrome)

    The risk for ovarian cancer and skin cancer is increased with basal cell nevus syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.

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