When prescription medication is taken correctly, it can help. But you also should take precautions with over-the-counter medications.
Mayo Clinic names Michael Morrey to top administrative post in southwest Wisconsin
Mayo Clinic Health System has appointed Michael A. Morrey as regional head of administration for southwest Wisconsin, a position Morrey has held in the interim since the January retirement of
How Mayo Clinic Shaped the History of Health Care in Mankato
Nearly 30 years after the merger, Immanuel St. Joseph's Hospital became part of Mayo Clinic Health System.
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why Donating Blood Matters
January is National Blood Donor Month. Mayo Clinic experts encourage all who are able to donate blood. During the winter [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: Tips for dealing with dandruff
Dandruff is a common chronic scalp condition that can be [...]
How Mayo Clinic Is Using iPads to Empower Patients
A pilot program shows how mobile technology can be used to improve health outcomes and lower costs.
Mayo Clinic: Tips on Prostate cancer prevention
There’s no proven prostate cancer prevention strategy. But one way to reduce the risk of prostate cancer is by making healthy choices, such as exercising and eating a healthy diet. Study results often…
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: What to Eat for Brain Health
Does what you eat matter when it comes to brain health? Mayo Clinic experts say what's good for the body [...]
Adjusting psoriatic arthritis medications: Advice from a Mayo Clinic expert
Finding the right medications for your psoriatic arthritis symptoms may take time and patience, but you can find relief by working closely with your rheumatologist.
Mayo Clinic Minute: How much exercise do you need?
Mayo Clinic Minute: What African-Americans should know about stroke
A new Mayo Clinic survey reveals that more than two-thirds [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: What women need to know about stroke
Stroke is a medical emergency for everyone. Unfortunately, some women may experience a delay in care, because they don't recognize [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: 3 tips for controlling sugar in your diet
Even if you pass on dessert and avoid sweet drinks, [...]
Mayo Clinic Minute: Why you need vitamin D and how to get it
Vitamin D is essential for health but isn't as easy [...]
Mayo Clinic Radio: Face transplant — how the surgical team prepared
Mayo Clinic has performed its first, near-total face transplant. The goal [...]
Why Mayo Clinic is picking up the check for physicians to dine together
Mayo Clinic researchers conducted two randomized trials that showed eating a meal together enhances physicians' sense of meaning, reduces burnout and helps create a sense of community in the workplace. Armed with this finding, Mayo Clinic kicked off a systemwide program in which physicians venture off the medical campus and dine together. All 4,100 physicians and scientists can participate, and Mayo Clinic picks up the check.
Health experts at Mayo Clinic Health System help parents understand ADHD
Mayo Clinic Health System has a new program that's helping parents who have children with mental health disorders like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD. The six-week course give parents tools to try to make their child's life easier.
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 [...]