Does what you eat matter when it comes to brain health? Mayo Clinic experts say what's good for the body [...]
Mayo Clinic named to Fortune’s ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Fortune named Mayo Clinic to its 2017 [...]
Mayo Clinic Researchers Develop Accurate Way to Measure Growth Factor Linked to Aging
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Researchers at Mayo Clinic have developed an accurate way to measure a circulating factor, called GDF11, to better [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why sunglasses are a must
The area around and on your eyelids has some of your body's most delicate skin. Ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: A doctor's advice about naps
Springing forward on the clock to daylight saving time can [...]
Mayo Clinic creates genetic test to help guide diagnosis, treatment of lymphoma patients
Mayo Clinic has created a genetic test to help guide diagnosis and treatment of patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Mayo Clinic Minute: How Multitasking Hurts Your Relationships
While multitasking makes it easier to get to the end of your to-do list, doing it habitually can come with a cost. [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: How Yoga Can Improve Your Health
To teach people about the benefits of yoga, the United Nations has proclaimed June 21 to be the International Day of [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: How to keep your mind sharp
Many people forget where they put the car keys now [...]
How Does Human Behavior Lead to Surgical Errors? Mayo Clinic Researchers Count the Ways
Four to nine factors contributed to each `never event,’ study finds ROCHESTER, Minn. — Why are major surgical errors called [...]
Fitness tip: Get physical at home
Health tips from Mayo Clinic, featuring simple strategies for a healthy lifestyle.
Why Pediatricians of the Future May Know Code
Only three percent of radiologists are experts in reading pediatric MRI scans, often leaving children outside of major metropolitan areas at greater risk of misdiagnoses. Enter the algorithm.
Healthy tips for Cinco de Mayo
Celebrate the great flavors of Cinco de Mayo without putting a dent in your diet!
What causes healthy young mothers to have a heart attack?
Researchers at Mayo Clinic are discovering why an uncommon heart attack called SCAD strikes young, healthy women.
Mayo Clinic: Have Fun in the Sun, But Be Sun Smart
Mayo Clinic research shows skin cancer is on the rise among young people, even teenagers. It can be deadly. Because many teens and their parents think melano...
Ovarian removal to prevent ovarian cancer should not be an option for most premenopausal women,...
ROCHESTER, Minn. – A Mayo Clinic research team has found evidence suggesting that the controversial practice of ovary removal in premenopausal [...]
What Patients and Doctors Should Know About Graves’ Disease
Graves’ disease is a disorder of the immune system that causes hyperthyroidism . This can cause sudden weight loss, rapid or irregular heartbeat, sweating, and nervousness or irritability. There are three treatment options for Graves’ disease: anti-thyroid medication, radioactive iodine or surgery. These all reduce or eliminate thyroid hormone production, but differ in effectiveness, potential side effects, and cost Juan Brito Campana, M.B.B.S, Mayo Clinic endocrinologist…
Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo Learn How to Wash Their Hands
Washing your hands is very important. Jimmy wanted to make sure he was doing it right, so we got in touch with a doctor at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota named...
How A Vitamin D Test Misdiagnosed African-Americans
By a standard test most African-Americans have low levels of vitamin D. But most African-Americans also have strong bones. It turns out that the problem is with the test, which was looking for a form of D more common in Caucasians. The variation is a result of human evolution.