Anxiety and exhaustion frequently go hand in hand. Feeling anxious day after day is exhausting, and when we’re so worn out, anxiety worsens because managing it becomes more difficult. The fatigue of anxiety often feels different than the exhaustion of depression. Show More Summary
Anxiety has a way of ruining relationships, making us feel unlucky in love. As anyone who has ever had a relationship involving two people and an annoying third wheel—anxiety—knows, love can be hard to feel and enjoy when anxiety gets in the way. Take heart: there are things you can do to keep anxiety from … Continue reading "Don’t Let Anxiety Ruin Your Relationships"
Submitted by Katie in ADHDland on 04/25/2017. Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD Women with ADHD ADHD Voices The Background For five years, my husband thought I was I was a lazy, selfish, apathetic person with a questionable moral code....Show More Summary
Impulse shopping. I walk into the store with a shopping list, but come out with things that were not on my list. Is there any hope? Maybe your cell phone can save the day.
The best subscription box for preginistas who are new moms-to-be and don’t have time any longer to figure out their clothes, Le Tote, is having a wicked sale that is about to end on Sunday. As a refresher, Le Tote is a relatively new clothing subscription box company that ships members unlimited number of apparel and accessories each... Read More »
More than 8 million U.S. children depend on the Children’s Health Insurance Program for access to timely medical care. The program is authorized through 2019, but its federal funding expires in September and it’s unclear what Congress will do.
Lamb fetuses have been sustained for four weeks outside of their mothers' bodies with a new system that mimics a placenta. The system is a step forward for researchers hoping to develop an "artificial placenta" that could allow premature fetuses to continue developing until they are ready for the outside world. Show More Summary
Some people collect coins or stamps. Roger White, M.D., decided to collect something that required a bit more storage space: vintage ambulances. "I had a 1952 Pontiac, a 1972 Pontiac, 1974 Oldsmobile," Dr. White, co-medical director of Mayo Clinic Medical Transport, tells Brett Berhoff, contributor to The Huffington Post. "I bought the last Cadillac ambulance built […]
ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Los investigadores de Mayo Clinic descubrieron que la cirugía puede más que duplicar la esperanza de vida de muchos pacientes con cáncer de riñón avanzado y les brinda entre 2 y casi 10 años más de lo que hubiesen vivido sin la operación. Un trabajo publicado en The Journal of Urology (Revista de […]
The eye’s outermost tissue, the cornea, is a bit more substantial than you might imagine. It’s made up of lots of types of cells and structural proteins, arranged in highly organized layers. At about 560 µm (1/45 of an inch), the cornea is transparent, but about as thick and bendy as a credit card. For […]
This week's case involves review of the bone marrow biopsy from an immunocompromised man with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis — a rare disorder caused by pathologic activation of the immune system — and fever. He reports travel throughout the U.S. and Italy. What is it? Every week, Mayo Clinic microbiologist Dr. Bobbi Pritt posts a new case, along with the […]
How you shop for groceries can have a big impact on your overall health. Decisions in a one-hour trip through the supermarket can affect a week's worth of eating. And if the choices are bad, the pounds can add up over time. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, dietitian Angie Murad offers four ideas for smarter, healthier shopping. […]
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I have heard different recommendations from different sources regarding vitamin D. One doctor told my husband that everyone living in the Northern Hemisphere should take a vitamin D supplement every day, even in the summer. What do you recommend? ANSWER: Understanding how much vitamin D you need can be confusing because there […]
Winner of the Leksell Radiosurgery Award, Jason P. Sheehan, MD, PhD, FAANS, presented his research, Early vs. Late Gamma Knife Radiosurgery Following Transsphenoidal Surgery for Nonfunctioning Pituitary Macroadenomas: a Matched Multi-center Cohort Study, during the 2017 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Got an Amazon Prime membership? You're likely using it for your favorite household goods, books, and video streaming - but did you know you can get amazing workout clothes for anything from Pilates to yoga to running? They even have iconic brands you already love, like Nike, Under Armour, and Adidas. Show More Summary
Winner of the Brainlab Community Neurosurgery Award, Sandro Krieg, MD, presented his research, Plasticity of Motor Representations in Patients with Brain Lesions: a Navigated TMS Study, during the 2017 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting.
Winner of the Journal on Neuro-Oncology Award sponsored by Kluwer Academic Publishers, Doris Du Wang, MD, presented her research, Seizure Outcome After Surgical Resection of Insular Glioma, during the 2017 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Scientific Meeting.
A child's risk of obesity as they grow up can be influenced by modifications to their DNA prior to birth, a new University of Southampton study has shown.
The following post was originally featured on Peanut Butter Fingers which is part of POPSUGAR's influencer network. How about a healthy recipe for you guys today? Today's recipe is inspired by the Paleo blender muffins my friend Danielle made for the adults and kids to enjoy during a play date at her house on Monday. Show More Summary
UNITY Biotechnology has obtained a large amount of venture funding in order to work on senolytic therapies, treatments capable of removing significant numbers of the senescent cells that accumulate with advancing age. Cellular senescence...Show More Summary