Illness, Disorders & Information

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The following links can be used in conjunction with treatment from health professionals. They should not be used instead of orthodox treatment. Many illness's can be very serious health conditions and we advise you not to self treat or self diagnose.

If you believe you concerned about any physical or mental ailment our strongest advice is that your first action should be to contact your GP immediately so he/she can accurately diagnose your condition and begin any treatment that may be required, as left untreated can lead to more complicated and early detection can sometimes make all the difference in successful treatment.
There are many types of anxiety disorders that include panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias, and generalized anxiety disorder.
Almost everyone knows someone who has diabetes. An estimated 23.6 million people in the United States -- 7.8 percent of the population -- have diabetes, a serious, lifelong condition. Of those, 17.9 million have been diagnosed, and about 5.7 million people have not yet been diagnosed. Each year, about 1.6 million people aged 20 or older are diagnosed with diabetes.
Overwhelmed with information? Start here. Learn the facts about how the heart works -- and the causes and risk factors for heart disease.
The earlier cancer is diagnosed and treated, the better the chance of its being cured. Some types of cancer -- such as those of the skin, breast, mouth, testicles, prostate, and rectum -- may be detected by routine self-exam or other screening measures before the symptoms become serious. Most cases of cancer are detected and diagnosed after a tumor can be felt or when other symptoms develop. In a few cases, cancer is diagnosed incidentally as a result of evaluating or treating other medical conditions.
Addiction is a treatable disease. It can refer to dependence on multiple drugs such as alcohol and other drugs. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what an addiction is, how to treat it, and much more.
Anxiety & Panic Disorders
Diabetes Overview
What Is Heart Disease?
Understanding Cancer -- Diagnosis and Treatment
Alcohol & Substance Abuse
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