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The stress of adult life can make living with undiagnosed ADHD very difficult, doctors say. Jing Wei for NPR hide caption

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More And More, Young Women Are Being Diagnosed With ADHD

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Pregnancy Hormone May Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

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Ralph Thomas plays the harp at his house in Arlington, Vt. His reflux symptoms weren't controlled by medication, so he decided to have surgery to install a LINX device. Herb Swanson for NPR hide caption

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Tiny Magnetic Beads Help Tame Severe Reflux For Some People

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Walter Bianco's liver is severely damaged by hepatitis C, but insurers had refused to pay for the medications that could cure him. Alexandra Olgin for NPR hide caption

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Medicare Backs Down On Denying Treatment For Hepatitis Patient

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That Prescription Might Not Have Been Tested For Your Ailment

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TV host Samantha Harris says she will have a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. But the surgery doesn't eliminate cancer risk. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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How Mouse Studies Lead Medical Research Down Dead Ends

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Chemo Can Make Food Taste Like Metal. Here's Help

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