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Sleep Apnea and Surgery: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima explains why it is important to let your surgeon know if you have sleep apnea. To listen, click the link below. Sleep Apnea and Surgery

Mayo Clinic Minute: 26.2 to Beat Breast Cancer

Every February, thousands of runners gather in Jacksonville, Florida, to take part in the 26.2 with Donna. It's a marathon created by breast cancer survivor Donna Deegan "to raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research and women living with breast cancer." Money raised has helped support genetic research geared toward developing treatments for breast and other […]

Mayo Clinic Radio

Urinary incontinence... the loss of bladder control... can be distressing and embarrassing. But just "living with it" isn't the only option. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, urologist Dr. Daniel Elliott outlines several effective treatments for urinary incontinence. Also on the program, if you've been sick for a few days with vomiting, diarrhea […]

Mayo Clinic Researchers on Aging Show Long-Term Benefits of "Senolytic" Drugs on Vascular Health in Mice

Building on previous studies, Mayo Clinic researchers have demonstrated significant health improvements in the vascular system of mice following repeated treatments to remove senescent cells. They say this is the first study to showShow More Summary

Long-term benefits of 'senolytic' drugs on vascular health in mice

ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Building on previous studies, Mayo Clinic researchers have demonstrated significant health improvements in the vascular system of mice following repeated treatments to remove senescent cells. They say this is theShow More Summary

Exámenes de detección y autoconocimiento de las mamas pueden ser clave para reconocer pronto el cáncer de mama

ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: Todos los años cuando me hago la mamografía, los resultados muestran mucha densidad en las mamas para lograr visualizar un cáncer pequeño. ¿Por qué tengo que continuar haciéndome las mamografías y no debería mejor pedir que me hagan una ecografía para buscar si hay cáncer? Además, quiero saber si todavía se recomiendan […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: Lyme Disease Discovery

Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered a new Lyme disease-causing organism that is capable of creating more intense symptoms. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen speaks with Dr. Bobbi Pritt, director of the Clinical Parasitology Laboratory at Mayo Clinic, about the new findings. Watch the Mayo Clinic Minute Journalists: Broadcast quality video is available in […]

Hospital Readmittance: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute we hear from Dr. Aaron Leppin about a study that looked at strategies to keep people out of the hospital. To listen, click the link below. Hospital Readmittance

Científicos de Mayo Clinic extienden tiempo de vida en hasta 35 por ciento en ratones

ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Los científicos de Mayo Clinic demostraron que las células senescentes, aquellas que ya no se dividen, sino que se acumulan con la edad, repercuten de forma negativa sobre la salud y acortan el tiempo de vida en hasta 35 por ciento en ratones normales. Los resultados publicados hoy en Nature demuestran que la […]

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Mayo Clinic PathWays February 9: What’s the Diagnosis?

This week's Mayo Clinic PathWays case study is LIVE View the case and make your diagnosis. Learn more about Mayo Clinic PathWays in this news release.

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Research Shows Benefits to Colon Cancer Screening Beginning at Age 50

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is a colonoscopy still recommended for everyone when they turn 50? Are there other options? I am 54 and have no health issues and no family history of colon cancer, so have not yet been screened. ANSWER: The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends that everyone between the ages of 50 and […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: Should Women at High Risk of Cancer Have Surgery?

One in 8. Those are the odds that a woman will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. However, those numbers are different for women who have hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome. Women who have the genes BRCA1 or BRCA2 are at a significantly increased risk of getting the disease.  In an article published in The […]

Scientists Discover New Bacteria Responsible For Lyme Disease

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Researchers have discovered a new bacteria that causes Lyme disease in humans, a U.S. health agency said Monday. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, working with the Mayo Clinic and health officials from...Show More Summary

Slowing the Aging Process: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we hear from Dr. Nathan LeBrasseur about slowing the aging process.  He says it's not about increasing lifespan, but healthspan. To listen, click the link below. Slowing the Aging Process

Mayo Clinic Radio: Urinary Incontinence/Winter Vomiting Virus/Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Urinary incontinence... the loss of bladder control... can be distressing and embarrassing. But just "living with it" isn't the only option. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, urologist Dr. Daniel Elliott outlines several effective treatments for urinary incontinence. Also on the program, if you've been sick for a few days with vomiting, diarrhea and low-grade […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: Tips for Coping With Food Cravings

A healthy eating plan should include a way to deal with food cravings. Sometimes they happen because you truly need a meal, other times it’s emotions getting the best of you. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen speaks with Dr. Donald Hensrud, medical editor of The Mayo Clinic Diet, about quick tips for coping with cravings. Watch the Mayo Clinic Minute […]

Mayo Clinic to assist in Gynnya McMillen case

3 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

The Kentucky Medical Examiners Office has enlisted the well-known medical practice to assist in determining how a teenage girl died in a juvenile detention center

National underutilization of preemptive and early kidney transplants

ROCHESTER, Minn. -- A kidney transplant is a life-changing and life-saving procedure. Yet, a new study conducted by Mayo Clinic and the University of Michigan shows that only one-third of patients who ultimately receive a living donor kidney transplant receive it pre-emptively (i.e., before starting dialysis). Show More Summary

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