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Immune response to ovarian cancer may predict survival, Mayo-led study finds ROCHESTER, Minn. ? A group of international cancer researchers led by investigators from Mayo Clinic and University of New South Wales Sydney has found that the level of a type of
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Home Remedies: Are natural remedies effective for depression? So-called natural remedies for depression aren't a replacement for medical diagnosis and treatment. However, for some people certain herbal and dietary supplements do seem to work
Helping overweight kids get healthier Children around the world are battling increased obesity.?A?study?published in the Lancet reports the number of obese children and adolescents is rising. More than 1,000
Mayo debuts doctoral research training in regenerative medicine ROCHESTER, Minn. ? Seeking to spur development of innovative medical breakthroughs, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences has started one of the nation?s first
Treating multiple sclerosis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute With multiple sclerosis, the body's own immune system turns on the central nervous system.? There is no cure for M-S, but as Dr. Mark Keegan tells us in this Mayo Clinic Radio
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why coming out to your health care provider is important On Oct. 11, the Human Rights Campaign?celebrates?National Coming Out Day. The campaign encourages LGBTQ people to come out, because it still matters. Dr. John Knudsen, a Mayo
Something to Think About: Suffering and compassion Dr. Amit Sood says, "Let suffering, personal or witnessed, evoke compassion, until you reach a point where your compassion is spontaneous without the need for suffering." Dear
Tuesday Tips: 6 ways to stay active without injury Don't slow down and skimp on your workout, as you age. Make sure you focus on functional movement and go for quality, not quantity. Watch: 6 ways to stay active without injury
In the Loop: Lego ICU built for dad is more than just child?s play Isis Gauzens wanted to find a way to prepare her young sons before she took them to visit their father in the intensive care unit. She reached into their toy stash to do it. Haines
Diagnosing multiple sclerosis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute Multiple sclerosis is a potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system.? In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Mark Keegan explains how a diagnosis of MS is
Mayo Clinic Minute: Do mammograms work? Do I need to get screening mammograms, and, if so, how often should I get them? That's a question many women ask. Dr. Karthik Ghosh, director of the Mayo Clinic Breast Diagnostic
Mayo Clinic Q and A: Treating erectile dysfunction safely DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Are the advertised herbal supplements for erectile dysfunction, or ED, just as effective as the actual drug? Are they safer because they?re natural? Can there be
Infectious Diseases A-Z: Why the HPV vaccine is important Six out of 10 U.S. parents are choosing to get the HPV vaccine?for their children, according to a recent?report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC
#MayoClinicRadio podcast: 10/7/17 Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 10/7/17 On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Keith Stewart, Carlson and Nelson endowed director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine
From fighting cancer to opioid addiction: Genetics matter with medications A gathering of?experts is meeting at Mayo Civic Center?in Rochester, Minn?Oct 9-10?to talk about why a medication that works for one person may not for?another. It's all in the?
5 new ways health care providers can apply individualized medicine to patient care ROCHESTER, Minn. ? Advancements in individualized medicine are offering health care providers new tools to quickly and accurately diagnose, treat, predict and, eventually, prevent
What is MS: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Dean Wingerchuk provides an overview of multiple sclerosis.? To listen, click the link below. What is MS
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why do onions make you cry? Cut up an onion, and you?ll likely cry a few tears. It?s the result of a chemical reaction you start with the first slice of your knife ? a reaction that researchers continue to
Housecall: Addiction and intervention THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Intervention: Helping a loved one overcome addiction? People who struggle with addiction often are in denial about their situation and unwilling to seek