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#MayoClinicRadio podcast: 7/22/17

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 7/22/17 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Angela Jarrett, a supervisor with Gold Cross Ambulance, shares what it’s like being a paramedic. Also on the podcast, Dr. Matthew Ferber, a geneticist at Mayo Clinic, explains what information can be uncovered by direct-to-consumer genetic testing. And Dr. Show More Summary

Being a paramedic / direct-to-consumer genetic testing / sexually transmitted infections: Mayo Clinic Radio

Paramedics provide first-line medical or emergency care for sick and injured people while they are being transported to the hospital for care. They typically operate in teams, with one person serving as an emergency vehicle operator, while the other continues to provide lifesaving emergency care to the patient while en route to a medical facility. On […]

Enhanced recovery after surgery: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

When you need surgery, it's everyone's goal to get back to normal life as soon as possible.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima outlines a project aimed at doing just that.  It's called ERAS or enhanced recovery after surgery. To listen, click the link below. Enhanced recovery after surgery

ELDER MUSIC: I Don't Want to Hang up my Rock and Roll Shoes

2 days agoHealth / Aging : Time Goes By

This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...

Flu vaccine update: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

This past flu season was a tough one.  What will this year bring?  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Pritish Tosh tell's us about efforts to make the flu vaccine more effective. To listen, click the link below. Flu vaccine update

Primary care and mental health: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Craig Sawchuk explains how primary care physicians are helping patients with mental health issues get the help they need. To listen, click the link below. Primary care and mental health

Glaucoma: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Some people thrive on pressure.  But when it comes to your eyes, pressure is something to be avoided. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve.  The damage is usually caused by too much pressure in the eye.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Arthur Sit tells us more about […]

Cystine Kidney Stones: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Kidney stones can be a very painful problem.  Some stones will pass on their own, but others may require treatment.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. David Patterson tells us about a certain type of stone called a cystine kidney stone. To listen, click the link below Cystine Kidney Stones

ELDER MUSIC: NAIDOC Week 1

This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...

#MayoClinicRadio Podcast: 7/15/17

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 7/15/17 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Matthew Kumar, an anesthesiologist at Mayo Clinic, explains how Mayo Clinic is working with NASA to research medically induced hypothermia. This kind of human hibernation could be a way to help astronauts travel to Mars. Show More Summary

Cognitive behavioral therapy for sleep: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

We've known for a while that sleep is important for your overall health.  But many people struggle falling asleep.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Timothy Morgenthaler presents some simple techniques to fall asleep and say asleep. To listen, click the link below. Cognitive behavioral therapy for sleep  

Could humans hibernate during travel to Mars?: Mayo Clinic Radio

Since Yuri Gagarin achieved the first manned space flight in April 1961, humans have been fascinated by space travel. The world watched as Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in July 1969. Since then, space programs have been looking to the next frontier: humans landing on Mars. According to NASA, a trip to the red planet will require astronauts […]

ELDER MUSIC: Try To Remember

This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...

Stress reduction to make you smile: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Amit Sood shares ideas for easing stress that are designed to make you smile To listen, click the link below. Stress reduction to make you smile

Stress management and gender: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

What is it that stresses you out?  Work?  School? Family?  You might be surprised to know that at least part of your answer depends on your gender. Dr. Anjali Bhagra explains in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute. To listen, click the link below. Stress management and gender

Point-of-care ultrasound: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

having a good bedside manner is important for health care providers.  But bedside technology is also important.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Anjali Bhagra explains how point-of-car ultrasound is changing how some care happens. To listen, click the link below. Point-of-care ultrasound

Living donor kidney program: Mayo Clinic Radio transplant podcast

On this podcast, Mayo Clinic transplant surgeon Dr. Mikel Prieto discusses the living donor kidney program. Listen: Living donor kidney program

Mayo Clinic Radio on transplant: Heart transplant

On this podcast, Mayo Clinic cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Richard Daly discusses heart transplant. Listen: Heart transplant

Why nutrient-dense food is good for you: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

The idea that big things come in small packages is certainly true of blueberries. The tiny fruit is filled with healthy stuff and is an excellent example of a nutrient-dense food. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, dietitian Katherine Zeratsky tells us what that means. To listen, click the link below. Why nutrient-dense food […]

Novel cancer therapies – Mayo Clinic Radio cancer podcast

On this podcast, Mayo Clinic hematologist Dr. Svetomir Markovic discusses novel cancer therapies including immunotherapy. Listen: Novel cancer therapies

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