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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Double vision can often be effectively treated

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I have double vision in my right eye and can read with glasses, but distance is not very clear. What causes double vision? Is there a procedure to correct it? ANSWER: A number of conditions can lead to double vision. Treatment typically depends on the underlying cause. With a careful evaluation and […]

Mayo Clinic Minute 8/28/2015

In today's Mayo Clinic Minute with Vivien Williams: We look at why head lice are in the headlines, the results of  a Mayo Clinic study on vitamin D and obese kids, plus the link between green space and good sleep. Click here for more on the Mayo Clinic vitamin D study and here for the green […]

Mayo Clinic Radio

According to the American Cancer Society, about 21,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year... and more than 14,000 will die from the disease. September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, and on the next program gynecologic cancer specialist Dr. Jamie Bakkum-Gamez discusses diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer. Joining her is […]

Back to School: Feed the Body and Brain

If your children participate in school sports, you know proper nutrition will help them perform at their best. The same holds true for academics. Mayo Clinic Children's Center pediatrician Dr. Brian Lynch says healthy, nutritious foods will benefit kids' academic performance, behavior and overall health. Show More Summary

Hurricane Season – Preparing for the Storm

MEDIA ADVISORY: Hurricane Season Food Safety and Meal Plans: Mayo Clinic Experts Offer Storm Prep Suggestions As topical storm Erika brews in the Atlantic, residents of coastal communities are starting to prepare for a potential severe weather emergency. But hurricane shutters, flashlights and batteries are not the only things to consider. Food safety is critical to […]

Depression — Let’s Snap Out Of Expecting to Snap Out Of It

Filza Hussain, M.D., behavioral health physician at Mayo Clinic Health System, provides some expert perspective on depression and our culture's understanding of the subject. Our relationship with the word depression is quite paradoxical. Although, on the one hand, we so freely admit that we are depressed because our team lost the Super Bowl or because […]

Científicos de Mayo Clinic descubren nuevo código que permite reprogramar a células cancerosas

JACKSONVILLE, Florida: Los científicos que estudian el cáncer sueñan con el día en que logren obligar a las células tumorales a metamorfosearse nuevamente en las células normales que alguna vez fueron. Por el momento, los científicos de Mayo Clinic de Florida han descubierto una posible manera de reprogramar a las células nuevamente a la normalidad. […]

Mayo Clinic Minute 8/26/2015

  In today's Mayo Clinic Minute with Vivien Williams: We hear from Dr. Stephanie Faubion, director of Mayo Clinic's Women's Health Clinic, about the first pill designed to treat women's low sexual desire. Plus, we look at how a popular video game may help with addictive behavior, and a possible link between yoga and reduction of […]

Pain. Pill. Problem. Use and overuse of prescription painkillers in Minnesota

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic experts participated in the Minnesota Moving Forward Together conference  examining the use and overuse of opioids and painkillers in Minnesota. Michael Hooten M.D., a board-certified pain medicine specialist,...Show More Summary

Back to School: A Good Night’s Sleep

Children need to get plenty of sleep in order to perform well in school. After a summer of staying up late and then sleeping in, many kids are out of their school year bedtime routines.  Mayo Clinic Children's Center pediatric neurologist and sleep specialist Dr. Suresh Kotagal says in order for most school-age children to […]

Sandman Not Doing the Job? Use These Behavioral Strategies for Sleep Difficulties

"Many of my patients face sleep difficulties," says Filza Hussain, M.D., Mayo Clinic Health System behavioral health expert. "It’s either difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or both. This leads to feeling tired in the morning, having difficulties with daytime sleepiness, attention and concentration problems, and irritability. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic PathWays August 25: 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: Vaginal infections may have similar symptoms but require different treatments

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What is the difference between bacterial vaginosis and a yeast infection? I’ve had painful itching for two weeks but have not been to see a doctor yet. Are over-the-counter medications effective in treating both? ANSWER: Bacterial vaginosis, or BV, and vaginal yeast infections may have some symptoms that seem similar, but they […]

Pain. Pill. Problem. Use and overuse of prescription painkillers in Minnesota

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Two Mayo Clinic experts will participate in a conference on Tuesday Aug. 25 that will examine the use and overuse of opioids and painkillers in Minnesota, and ways to address the problem. Michael Hooten M.D., a board-certified pain medicine specialist, and Keith Berge M.D., an anesthesiologist – both from Mayo Clinic’s Rochester […]

Mayo Clinic Minute 8/24/2015

In today's Mayo Clinic News Minute with Vivien Williams: Southern food may be delicious but too much could be dangerous, depressed teens may have an increased risk of heart disease, and is your child being bullied? Know the warning signs. Journalists: Video is available in the downloads. [TRT 1:03 ] Click here for the script. […]

Mayo Clinic Radio: Ovarian Cancer/Family Dysfunction/Tips To Lower Blood Pressure

According to the American Cancer Society, about 21,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year... and more than 14,000 will die from the disease. September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and on the next program, gynecologic cancer specialist Dr. Jamie Bakkum-Gamez discusses diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer. Joining her is […]

In Case You Missed the Show: #MayoClinicRadio Podcast 8/22/2015

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio PODCAST 08-22-15 This week on Mayo Clinic Radio, endocrinologist Dr. Victor Montori discusses quality health care and outlines the criteria you can use in choosing a quality provider. Also on the program, one of the most common problems men have as they age is an enlarged prostate gland — urologist Dr. Amy Krambeck […]

Mayo Clinic Researchers Find New Code That Makes Reprogramming of Cancer Cells Possible

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Cancer researchers dream of the day they can force tumor cells to morph back to the normal cells they once were. Now, researchers on Mayo Clinic's Florida campus have discovered a way to potentially reprogram cancer cells back to normalcy.

Quality Health Care/Enlarged Prostate/Thumb Arthritis: Mayo Clinic Radio

Quality health care is something we all want. But what does it mean... and how can we find it? This week on Mayo Clinic Radio, endocrinologist Dr. Victor Montori outlines the criteria you can use in choosing a quality provider. Also on the program, one of the most common problems men have as they age is an […]

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Several factors to consider before treating hypothyroidism

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: At my last checkup, my doctor told me I have borderline hypothyroidism and gave me a prescription for medication to treat it. She said she would check my thyroid again in six months. Is this something I will have to take for the rest of my life? What are the risks if […]

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