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HPV and throat cancer: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

It used to be that when Dr. Geoffrey Young saw a patient with throat cancer, they had a history of tobacco or alcohol use.  But as we find out in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, there's a new leading culprit behind the cancer. To listen, click the link below. HPV and throat cancer

Wellness Wednesday: Hold a lunge

Hold a lunge while you press to work more muscles in less time. Expert tips provided by wellness physical therapists at the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program. Get more healthy action tips from the Mayo Clinic App. Watch: Hold a lunge while you press. Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (TRT :54) is in downloads.

Mayo Clinic PathWays: What’s the diagnosis?

This week's case reviews the results of genetic testing of a 34-year-old woman with several facial skin lesions. She had an extensive history of fibrocystic breast disease, thyroid problems, ovarian cysts and uterine polyps, with an unknown family history. Can you make the diagnosis? View the case and make your diagnosis. Learn more about Mayo […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: Get smart about smoothies

Smoothies can be a nutritious addition to your diet. However, they also can add a lot of unforeseen calories, especially when a smoothie is simply a beverage with a meal. Mayo Clinic dietitian Kate Zeratsky has some simple ways to get smart about smoothies. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute  Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1:00) is […]

3 Genetics Tests To Improve Prenatal Screening

This article is authored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. The mission of the Center is to discover

Relación entre riesgo de enfermedad cardíaca y AINES

ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: ¿Es verdad que tomar potentes antiinflamatorios no esteroides, o AINES, puede aumentar el riesgo para enfermedad cardíaca? ¿Cuánto es demasiado, y debería preocuparme porque con regularidad tomo AINES de venta libre?...Show More Summary

In the Loop: Reviving interest in World War II history

Mayo Clinic cardiologist Gurpreet Sandhu, M.D., Ph.D., is on a one-man mission to restore interest in American and Indian history by bringing World War II Jeeps back to life.  By day, Gurpreet Sandhu, M.D., Ph.D., is a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, working to repair and restore the hearts of his patients through his work as director of […]

Cervical cancer and HPV: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Every year thousands of women are diagnosed with cervical cancer.   In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Kathy MacLaughlin tells us many of those cases could be prevented with a simple vaccine. To listen, click the link below. Cervical cancer and HPV

Mayo Clinic Minute: 4 myths about fibroids

Uterine fibroids are common. Approximately 80 percent of black women and 70 percent of white women will develop fibroids in their lifetimes. Dr. Ebbie Stewart, a Mayo Clinic OB-GYN, says research has been scarce, and this may be one reason why myths about the condition exist. Listen as Dr. Stewart debunks four fibroid myths. Watch: The Mayo […]

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Speech therapy after a stroke

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My mother had a stroke six months ago. Her mobility has returned to near normal. She can read and understands others when they speak. But she has a lot of difficulty talking, often struggling to find the words she wants to say. She’s frustrated but refuses to go to speech therapy. She […]

John McCain rescued the Senate GOP healthcare bill. Can he rescue the Senate?

It’s hard to ignore the irony of Sen. John McCain returning to Washington from cranial surgery at the Mayo Clinic just to keep alive a bill that would make health insurance unaffordable to millions of Americans. Had McCain (R-Ariz.) considered the symbolism of his actions more carefully, he might...

#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. Pritish Tosh, an infectious diseases expert at Mayo […]

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

Mayo Clinic Radio: Genomics / adult eye health / cancer survivorship plans

The Human Genome Project was launched in 1990 to determine the DNA sequence of the entire human genome. Since its completion in 2003, the project has paved the way for scientists to gather knowledge about a patient’s genome to diagnose, predict, treat and prevent disease. This project also has advanced personalized medicine and pharmacogenomics. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: How 3-D imaging helps doctors and patients

Three dimensional printers are becoming an increasingly important tool for surgeons and other doctors because they enable better planning for surgeries. Surgeons report feeling more confident in their methods when they are able to use a 3-D model as part of their planning, and studies show patients benefit from the 3-D models as well. Watch: […]

Mayo Clinic woos reporters with fellowship offer

The Mayo Clinic is deploying a new tactic to influence journalists: An all-expenses-paid residency program. Last week the health system invited reporters to apply for a five-day fellowship at its Rochester, Minn., campus entitled “Mayo Foundation Journalist Residency: Behind the Scenes in Surgery.” Mayo described the program as “an in-depth look at the latest developments in […]

Sharing Mayo Clinic: Saving Grace

After suffering her first epileptic seizure at just 10 days of age, Grace Chan required six separate brain surgeries as surgeons worked to remove the harmful tissue that was causing her seizures. Ten days after giving birth, Christina Chen, M.D., was feeding her newborn daughter, Grace, when the young child's arms and head suddenly began making […]

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Melatonin may help you sleep

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Can melatonin supplements help insomnia? What are the side effects of melatonin supplements? ANSWER: Melatonin supplements may help treat sleep problems in some adults. Melatonin is a natural hormone produced by your brain’s pineal gland. It’s normally synced with the rising and setting of the sun (circadian rhythm). Production increases as darkness […]

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

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