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Preparing for surgery: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute Recovering from surgery can take a while. ?But did you know that actions you take beforehand can also have a huge impact! ?In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima
#MayoClinicRadio podcast: 12/8/18 Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 12/8/18 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. John Kisiel, a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic, discusses screening, treatment and prevention of
Mayo Clinic Minute: Holiday allergy triggers For a person with?allergies, the holiday season can create challenges. Decorated trees,? roaring fires and a plate of Christmas cookies can lead to problems. ?A person who is
Sharing Mayo Clinic: An active life restored, thanks to regenerative medicine For years, Rick Amatuzio lived with severe back pain that kept him from the active life he'd always savored. But advanced diagnostic tests and regenerative medicine therapy at Mayo
Science Saturday: Finding the right drug, dose for cancer therapy through pharmacogenomics Each year, nearly 300,000 patients receive the lifesaving chemotherapy 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) to treat many types of cancer, including colorectal, breast, bowel, skin, pancreatic
Consumer Health: Watching your weight while you celebrate Weight management during the holidays? With all the parties and gatherings and special foods, watching your diet can be hard during the holidays.?You may find it's more manageable
Mayo Clinic Q and A: Understanding sepsis and septic shock DEAR MAYO CLINIC:?Who?s most at risk for developing sepsis, and what are the symptoms to watch for? What?s the difference between sepsis and septic shock? ANSWER:?Sepsis?is a
Living With Cancer: Does pomegranate juice slow progression of prostate cancer? Pomegranate juice and prostate cancer? Some research suggests that drinking pomegranate juice may slow the progression of prostate cancer. While those findings are only preliminary
Oxybutynin lessens hot flash frequency, improves breast cancer survivor quality of life, Mayo-led study finds SAN ANTONIO ? Research led by oncologists Roberto Leon-Ferre, M.D. and Charles Loprinzi, M.D. of Mayo Clinic has found that the drug oxybutynin helps to reduce the frequency and
Mayo Clinic Minute: How to avoid 'holiday heart' The holiday season is a time of celebration and excess, but too much salt, caffeine and alcohol can lead to a little-known condition called "holiday heart" that can have drastic
Women's Wellness: Ovary removal and kidney disease connection ROCHESTER, Minn. ? Premenopausal women who have their ovaries surgically removed face an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease, according to a Mayo Clinic study
A link between migraines and gastrointestinal problems? In young children, several syndromes that cause gastrointestinal symptoms are also associated with migraines. These syndromes can cause episodes of vomiting (cyclical vomiting
Making Mayo's Recipes: Six grain hot cereal Make a big batch of this cereal on the weekend and reheat all week. Top with fruit or yogurt to add natural sweetness. Each Thursday, one of the more than 100 video recipes from
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why the 'bulletproof coffee' trend isn't a magic bullet Do you take your coffee black or with cream and sugar? How?about with butter and coconut oil? A current diet trend blends butter, coconut oil and coffee together in what's referred
Surgery for TMD: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute The temporomandibular joints sit right in front of your ears and connect your skull and your jaw.?Dr. Jonathan Fillmore, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, will explain treatment
Helping Others Heal: An appeal to consider giving When Bob and Monica Jacoby look at the building that?s named in their honor at Mayo Clinic in Florida, their view travels almost 360 degrees. It starts with the people and
Home Remedies: Cold remedies that work Cold remedies are almost as common as the common cold, but are they effective? Nothing can cure a cold, but there are some remedies that might help ease your symptoms and keep you
Mayo Clinic Minute: Holiday driving safety tips The hustle and bustle of the holidays can be a hazard on the highway. If you're getting behind the wheel, one Mayo Clinic expert has some tips to keep you and your family safe on
Mayo Clinic Q and A: Coated aspirin may not be as effective at reducing blood clot risk DEAR MAYO CLINIC:?I take low-dose aspirin each day to prevent heart trouble, based on my doctor?s recommendation. Should I take enteric-coated aspirin to protect my stomach
Standing workstations: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute Being sedentary poses many health risks, including obesity and heart disease.? In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we look at the possible benefits of standing workstations