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Mayo Clinic launches 'Tomorrow's Cure' podcast to spotlight …

WEBThe free podcast, hosted by Cathy Wurzer, features visionaries from across the field of medicine. ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic is launching "Tomorrow's …

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Mayo Clinic Minute: How to maintain a healthy immune system

WEBFebruary 17, 2022. The body's immune system protects against bacteria, viruses, toxins and other potentially harmful elements. When your immune system is strong, you may …

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Mayo Clinic expert offers tips on how to keep joints healthy as you …

WEBROCHESTER, Minn. — For joints to work well, they need cartilage, a slippery tissue that covers the ends of bones, acts like a shock absorber, and helps …

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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Is erythritol a safe and healthy sugar …

WEBThe results found that ingesting erythritol as a sugar substitute caused a spike in blood levels and increased the stickiness of the volunteers’ platelets. Platelets …

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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Are energy drinks a healthy option

WEBDEAR MAYO CLINIC: My husband has swapped out his regular morning coffee for an energy drink.Are these healthy options for getting his daily dose of …

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Mayo Clinic Minute: 5 things your blood can tell you about your …

WEBDeeDee Stiepan. January 29, 2024. Blood tests are commonly used to help not only monitor one's health but also to diagnose conditions. A blood sample can reveal a lot …

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Mayo Clinic Minute: It’s hard to beat the health benefits of beets

WEBBeets are high in fiber, which is great for digestive health. They also can help your heart. "Many people might not think that beets are a heart-healthy food, but, …

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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Food risks and cancer: What to avoid

WEBWhole grains, such as steel cut oats, quinoa, brown rice and barley, to name a few. Proteins from nonanimal sources. Foods that aren't made in a factory. Drink water, not sugar-sweetened beverages. You can have a role in your cancer journey when you think of food as medicine, and that's exciting and empowering. — Dr.

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Physicians’ role crucial in using AI in patient care

WEB"One of the ethical issues that physicians and other clinicians may encounter as AI is integrated into healthcare is the role of professional authority," says Michelle …

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What's lurking in your body

WEBExcessive accumulation of these otherwise innocuous metals, because of genetic defects, can lead to liver damage and disease. Microplastics and nanoplastics …

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What women should know about their heart health

WEBHeart disease and stroke continue to be the most dangerous threats to a woman's health. In the U.S., 1 in 4 women die from cardiovascular disease. During …

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People with kidney disease should be cautious with supplements, …

WEBMore than one-third of the 15.7 million Americans with moderate or advanced chronic kidney disease use dietary or herbal supplements, reports new …

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How mindfulness meditation improves mental health

WEBBody scan meditation. Lie on your back with your legs extended and arms at your sides, palms facing up. Focus your attention slowly and deliberately on each part of …

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Mayo Clinic Minute: Boosting kids’ health literacy

WEBIn this Mayo Clinic Minute, Dr. Angela Mattke, a pediatrician with Mayo Clinic’s Children’s Center, explains how Mayo Clinic is leading the way to enhance …

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Mayo Clinic Q and A: What’s the benefit of yoga

WEBImproved nervous system function. Since yoga is based on breathing, parts of the nervous system are affected when you lengthen the amount of time you exhale, …

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Be sun savvy, protect yourself from skin cancer

WEBUltraviolet rays from the sun can cause skin damage in as little as 15 minutes. Prolonged exposure and damage can lead to various forms of skin cancer, …

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Health & Wellness

WEBJaynelle Ramon. June 21, 2024. Sports Safety Spotlight: Mayo Clinic advises easing into summer sports to avoid Achilles injuries. amandadyslin. June 20, 2024. Mayo Clinic …

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The importance of individualized regenerative medicine

WEBAugust 5, 2021. Individualized screening, guided by artificial intelligence (AI) and biomarkers, can optimize the transformative potential of regenerative medicine, …

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Rain doesn't have to mean a washout

WEBWith all the rain of late, many people may be wondering if it's safe to embrace the weather and indulge in activities like playing or exercising in the rain.

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Mayo Clinic Minute: What is integrative health and how can it help

WEBIt's called " integrative medicine" — an evidence-based holistic approach that combines the best of conventional medicine and what had been referred to as …

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Mayo Clinic expert discusses ways to reduce healthcare disparities …

WEBHealthcare disparities still persist in 2023. It's a problem that has plagued the U.S. for decades. A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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Women’s Wellness: Signs and symptoms of vaginal health problems

WEBVaginal health affects more than just your sex life. Find out about common vaginal problems and ways to promote a healthy vagina. Vaginal health is an important …

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