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Home Remedies: Reducing eye strain and discomfort Eyestrain?occurs when your eyes get tired from intense use, such as while driving long distances or staring at computer screens and other digital devices. Eyestrain doesn't have
Helping Others Heal: A unique approach to residential treatment After going through challenging experiences with his son's care, Sylvan Herman teamed up with Mayo Clinic to provide a different approach to residential treatment facilities for
Mayo Mindfulness: Increasing social support "Strong social support is one of the keys to happiness and good health. Making an effort to improve relationships with people already in your life is one way to increase your
Infographic: HPV head and neck cancers Learn more about head and neck cancers. Other health tip infographics: mayohealthhighlights.startribune.com
Mayo Clinic Minute: What you need to know about wet macular degeneration Millions of people deal with age-related macular degeneration as they get older, but many don't understand the difference between types of the condition or what they can do to
In the Loop: A journey that combined two loves -- service and climbing Christopher Czaplicki, M.D., gripped the back of the seat in front of him. Dr. Czaplicki, a?radiology?resident at Mayo Clinic's?Arizona campus, is usually a fearless flier. He's
Mayo Clinic Q and A: High energy, lack of focus don't necessarily mean your child has ADHD DEAR MAYO CLINIC:?As the mom of an elementary schoolboy, I hear a lot of talk about ADHD. But what is it exactly? How do you tell the difference between a kid who just has a ton of
Mayo Clinic researchers develop more efficient system to reprogram stem cells ROCHESTER, Minn. --?Induced pluripotent stem cells, the workhorse of many regenerative medicine projects, start out as differentiated cells that are reprogrammed to pluripotent
Tuesday Tips: 8 ways to reduce your risk of heart disease There are a number of heart-friendly habits you could incorporate in your life to help reduce your risk of heart disease. Simple things like eating fish twice a week or making sure
Mayo Clinic Minute: What you need to know about dry macular degeneration Millions of people deal with age-related macular degeneration as they get older, but many don't understand the difference between types of the condition or what they can do to
Infectious Diseases A-Z: Facts and straight answers about childhood vaccines Four more pediatric flu deaths have been reported by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC says flu activity has reached it's highest level this season and
Housecall: If you're 65 or older, there's a flu shot just for you THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES If you're 65 or older, there's a flu shot just for you? The flu season is here. It's affecting more than 13 million people in the U.S. so far, according to
#MayoClinicRadio podcast: 2/9/19 Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 2/9/19 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Carrie Schinstock, a Mayo Clinic nephrologist, and Kay Kosberg, a Mayo Clinic nurse who coordinates the
Mayo Clinic Minute: Myths about statins Millions of Americans take statins to lower their cholesterol, but many more who could benefit from them don't out of concern over potential side effects. But Dr. Stephen Kopecky (
Science Saturday: The heart of art This image is not a medical illustration. It's actually an enhanced CT scan that is as aesthetic as it is instructive. The patient had previously undergone coronary artery bypass
Mayo Clinic Q and A: Cold sore virus can 'wake up' after remaining dormant for years DEAR MAYO CLINIC:?I have had a few cold sore flare-ups over the past few months after years without getting any. What causes them to come back, and what's the best way to treat
Living With Cancer: 7 steps to reduce your risk of cancer Cancer prevention: 7 tips to reduce your risk? February is National Cancer Prevention Month, which makes it a good time to learn about what you can do to reduce your risk of
Mayo Clinic finds individualized diets are most effective for managing blood sugar levels ROCHESTER, Minn. -- An individualized diet based on a person's genetics, microbiome and lifestyle is more effective in controlling blood glucose (sugar) levels than one that
Brachial plexus injury: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute The brachial plexus is the network of nerves that sends signals from your spinal cord to your shoulder, arm and hand.?A brachial plexus injury occurs when these nerves are
Consumer Health: Fasting may be good for your heart Fasting and heart health? Researchers aren't sure why, but it seems that regularly fasting potentially can reduce your risk of heart disease. However, there are concerns about the