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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Low Blood Pressure

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What is considered “low” for the diastolic number in a blood pressure reading? What would a low reading mean? If the systolic number is within normal range, what can be done to alter the diastolic number? ANSWER: A blood pressure reading has two numbers, given in millimeters of mercury. The first, or […]

Mayo Clinic Makes Strategic Investment in Transplant Genomics

Transplant Genomics has announced a collaboration with the Mayo Clinic to develop, validate, and commercialize diagnostic tests enabling personalized immunosuppression for solid organ transplant recipients. As part of the multiyear collaboration, Mayo Clinic will make an investment in Transplant Genomics for an undisclosed amount. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic ayuda a Google a brindar información rápida y exacta sobre síntomas y afecciones relacionadas con ellos

ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Cuando la gente busca información sobre síntomas relacionados con la salud, muchos se vuelcan al internet y Google, en particular, es la primera parada. Ahora, cuando los consumidores entren a Google con sus teléfonos...Show More Summary

#MayoClinicRadio Podcast 6/25/16

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 6/25/16 On Mayo Clinic Radio, cardiologist Dr. Sharonne Hayes will cover the symptoms and warning signs of silent heart attacks and why treatment is critical. Also on the program, parasitologist Dr. Bobbi Pritt explains how the lone star tick can cause a meat allergy. And, neonatologist Dr. Christopher Colby will discuss […]

Peripheral Artery Disease: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

What does a pain in the leg have to do with your heart?  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Thom Rooke discusses P-A-D or peripheral artery disease. To listen, click the link below. Peripheral Artery Disease

Mayo Clinic Radio: Immunotherapy / Melanoma / Birth Control

Traditionally, treatment for cancer has had three options: surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, or some combination of those three. But, there is fast becoming a fourth option for some types of cancer: immunotherapy, which is a biological therapy where the patient’s own immune system is activated to kill cancer cells. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio program, researchers Dr. […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: The Upside of Regular Checkups

When was the last time you had a checkup with a doctor? Even if you feel healthy, the National Institutes of Health recommends you visit a health care provider from time to time. The purpose of the appointments is to: Screen for diseases Assess risk of future medical problems Encourage a healthy lifestyle Update vaccinations In this Mayo […]

Transplant Genomics Enters Collaboration with Mayo Clinic

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Transplant Genomics Inc.® (TGI) is collaborating with the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine to develop, validate and commercialize diagnostic tests enabling personalized immunosuppression for solid organ transplant recipients. Show More Summary

Sharing Mayo Clinic: Slowing Down a Quick Heartbeat

For 10 years, Jim Davis had a rapid heartbeat. He was otherwise healthy, though, so Jim wasn't particularly worried about it. He blamed the quick heart rate on his morning coffee. In time, however, the condition began to affect his daily life. Medication didn't seem to help. When Jim sought care at Mayo Clinic in […]

Electronic Medical Practice Environment Can Lead to Physician Burnout

The growth and evolution of the electronic environment in health care is taking a toll on U.S. physicians. That's according to a national study of physicians led by Mayo Clinic which shows the use of electronic health records and computerized physician order entry leads to lower physician satisfaction and higher rates of professional burnout. Show More Summary

Silent Heart Attack / Lone Star Tick / Swaddling and SIDS: Mayo Clinic Radio

A heart attack doesn’t always have symptoms, such as pain in your chest or shortness of breath. It’s possible to have a heart attack and not even know it. A silent heart attack can be mistaken for indigestion or a bout with the flu. According to the American Heart Association, upwards of 45 percent of […]

Mayo Clinic Q and A: High Cholesterol In Childhood

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My grandson is 11 and already has high cholesterol. He does not eat a lot of junk food and plays many sports, but we do have high cholesterol in our family. Could this be hereditary, and, if so, is it common to show up in such a young person? ANSWER: High cholesterol […]

Google, Mayo Clinic, Harvard Team Up for Easy Symptom Search

  Roughly 1 percent of searches on Google are symptom related. Starting  this week, when consumers access Google’s mobile search for information about certain symptoms, they will quick, accurate facts on relevant related medical conditions up front on their smartphone or other mobile device. Show More Summary

Centro Pediátrico de Mayo Clinic clasifica entre los mejores del país

ROCHESTER, Minnesota: El Centro Pediátrico de Mayo Clinic nuevamente clasifica como uno de los mejores hospitales pediátricos de la zona de Minnesota, Dakota del Norte, Dakota del Sur y Iowa, según el informe 2016 a 2017 sobre las clasificaciones de los “Mejores hospitales pediátricos” del U.S. News & World Report (Noticias de EE. UU. e […]

Mayo Clinic, GE Set to Unveil Innovative Compact MRI Scanner

On June 28th, Mayo Clinic will unveil a new first of its kind compact 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner developed in collaboration with General Electric’s (GE) Global Research Center. The investigational, research device was...Show More Summary

Picnic Problems: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

It's almost hard to imagine what could be risky about a picnic.  But as Dr. Stephen Kopecky tells us in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, there can be reasons for concern. To listen, click the link below. Picnic Problems

Regenerative Medicine Offering New Treatment for Bronchopleural Fistulas

For the first time in human application, Mayo Clinic researchers successfully closed an open wound on the upper chest caused by postoperative complications of lung removal. The protocol and approach were based on an ongoing trial investigating this method to treat anal fistulas in Crohn's disease.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Sunglasses as Protection

You probably know the sun’s rays are harmful to your skin. But, do you know the same ultraviolet (UV) light can hurt your eyes? Extended UV exposure can cause problems in your eyes and to the delicate skin around them. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, dermatologist Dr. Dawn Davis explains why a good pair of sunglasses […]

Regenerative Medicine Offering New Treatment for Bronchopleural Fistulas

ROCHESTER, Minn. — When current treatment isn’t enough, patients at Mayo Clinic often are among the first to benefit from innovative therapies, new techniques and technologies. For the first time in human application, Mayo Clinic researchers successfully closed an open wound on the upper chest caused by postoperative complications of lung removal. Show More Summary

Bajar de peso es la mejor manera de combatir la hepatopatía grasa no alcohólica en la mayoría de gente

ESTIMADA MAYO CLINIC: Me diagnosticaron hepatopatía grasa no alcohólica hace nueve meses. El médico me dijo que debo bajar por lo menos 60 libras para aliviar la inflamación. Ya he intentado bajar de peso antes, pero nada parece funcionar. ¿Debería considerar someterme a la cirugía para bajar de peso o existen otras maneras de tratar […]

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