Watch today's Mayo Clinic Minute It reveals forgotten calories and hidden patterns that could be thwarting your work to trim extra pounds. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen explains why a food diary is being called the most important tool in your weight-loss efforts. Journalists: Video is available in the downloads. [TRT 1:06] Download the script.
According to the CDC, between 50 and 70 million people in the U.S. have sleep disorders... including sleep apnea. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, sleep medicine specialist Dr. Eric Olson explains how sleep apnea is diagnosed and treated. Also on the program, back pain is one of the most common reasons why people see […]
Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio podcast 11-28-15 On Mayo Clinic Radio, Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist and director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, discusses the progress being made in treating Alzheimer's. Also on the program, gastroenterologist Dr. Paul Limburg outlines the latest colon cancer screening guidelines and what they mean for you. And […]
Ethnicity is a risk factor in many diseases. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Eric Matteson comments on a recent study that looked at African Americans and Lupus. To listen, click the link below. African Americans and L...
ROCHESTER, Minn. – Mayo Clinic has developed and launched a new concept for Discovery’s Edge, its research magazine. The new approach adds videos, animations, medical imagery, weekly news briefs, and news features, while maintaining its longstanding appeal to thousands of readers interested in medical discoveries and emerging research. Show More Summary
This patient story originally appeared Nov. 13, 2015 in Sharing Mayo Clinic. An avid runner, Judi Zitiello, 66, was forced into a six-week hiatus when she developed a meniscus tear in early 2014. The retired financial executive was always...Show More Summary
It was 33 years ago that President Ronald Reagan launched the first national Alzheimer's disease awareness campaign. Since then, research has developed ways to manage symptoms... but the search for a cure continues. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist and director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, discusses the progress […]
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I recently heard about cartilage being used in knee joints. Last summer I was diagnosed with osteopenia, degenerative arthritis, moderate lateral compartment narrowing, and knee joint effusion in my right knee. I can no longer straighten it and have some swelling. I’ve had two injections, which helped with the pain for a […]
Growing your own replacement organs sounds far-fetched, but is it? In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Scott Nyberg looks into the future of transplant medicine. To listen, click the link below. Future of Transplant
Watch today's Mayo Clinic Minute Screen time now outpaces sleep time for many American teenagers, according to a large-scale study of media and technology habits. If you're searching for ways to curb your own child's media use, Mayo Clinic Dr. Amit Sood says start by looking in the mirror. Jeff Olsen has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute. Journalists: Video is available in the […]
ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: A mi madre le diagnosticaron cáncer de ovario en etapa III hace pocas semanas. Se sometió a una cirugía y está por empezar la quimioterapia, pero leí que a veces ésta surte más efecto cuando se administra directamente en el abdomen. ¿Es eso lo común y debería solicitar al médico que lo […]
It was 33 years ago that President Ronald Reagan launched the first national Alzheimer's disease awareness campaign. Since then, research has developed ways to manage symptoms... but the search for a cure continues. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist and director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, […]
Mary Thelen is a registered nurse and director of Palliative and Supportive Care for Mayo Clinic Health System in northwest Wisconsin. Let’s talk turkey. And, no, I don’t mean gobbling like that festive holiday bird. I mean use the holidays, when family members are gathered, to go beyond the “How ’bout them Packers?” discussion. Use that […]
Happiness; it's an elusive goal. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Amit Sood shares some ideas that could help. To listen, click the link below. Happiness
Watch today's Mayo Clinic Minute It's a story that's told around many a Thanksgiving table, but it's not really true. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen debunks the tale of how turkey makes you tired. Journalists: Video is available in the downloads. [TRT 1:00] Download the script.
Watch today's Mayo Clinic Minute More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease. There is no cure, however, early and accurate diagnosis of this progressive form of dementia allows patients and families to prepare for the future. Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute. Show More Summary
“La fascinación universal y el nerviosismo que todos sentimos por el tema es lo que lo hace poderoso”, Ron Howard, director de Breakthrough: La edad del envejecimiento ROCHESTER, Minnesota: ¿Cómo envejecer sin perder la salud? ¿Puede la ciencia revertir la vejez? Estos son solo dos de los interrogantes que el director Ron Howard, ganador de […]
Watch this Mayo Clinic Minute E. coli outbreaks around the nation have many people asking questions. What is it? Who is at risk? Mayo Clinic emergency medicine specialist Dr. David Claypool says it's a common bacteria that can be spread through contaminated food or water. Reporter Jeff Olsen has more E. coli facts in this Mayo Clinic Minute. Journalists: […]
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Sean Dowdy comments on a study that looked at how a drug is impacting outcomes for some patients with ovarian cancer. To listen, click the link below. Bevacizumab for Ovarian Cancer
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My father is 64 and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s last year. So far his symptoms are very mild, but I’m wondering what the typical progression of the disease is like. I have read that deep brain stimulation is sometimes recommended. When is this type of treatment usually considered? Is it safe? ANSWER: […]