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An integrated clinical practice, education and research institution specializing in treating patients. Account maintained by @MayoClinic/MCSMN.
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Washing away irritants – A saltwater wash can help relieve stuffiness of allergies and colds.
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Guys: What will you ask at your next checkup? Learn which questions Mayo Clinic doctors want to hear. For more healthy living tips, download the Mayo Clinic app.
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Read how one new dad celebrates his first with infant son after discovering a was behind his and his wife's year-long struggle. via
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Pancreatic neuroendrocrine tumor (pNET) is a rare cancer that occurs in the hormone-producing cells of the pancreas. Find support in 's group.
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Behind every big dream, there’s always inspiration. After seeing his father suffer from , nephrologist Dr. Fouad Chebib was motivated to find a cure and was part of a team that helped develop a new breakthrough therapy.
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One in 50 people have a brain , and many don't even know it! A ruptured aneurysm quickly becomes life-threatening and requires prompt medical treatment. Most brain aneurysms, however, don't rupture, create health problems or cause symptoms.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
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Here is the link to Mayo Clinic's International Services: . If you would like to be evaluated here, they will be able to advise you on how to proceed.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
Preventing the top threats to , ‘herbal ,’ golf stretches, stress and weight gain, and ‘heart age' - in .
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
There isn’t any dancing around it, waiting for test results can be stressful, but there are some things you can do to help ease your worries. Read more on .
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
What you need to know about – Lifestyle changes can help prevent them; quick action can assure good outcomes.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
Subscribe to the podcast today. Available on your favorite podcast provider: .
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Mayo Clinic Jun 15
: Abnormal tumors on the liver, gallbladder and bile ducts are a leading cause of , says the . Distinctive information about each patient and tumor can make the difference in treatment.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
This weekend on , Dr. Leonard Berry on the role of kindness in care, Dr. Sanj Kakar and Dr. Kenton Kaufman on preventing in tennis players, and Vic Nole Jr., Life Sciences Incubator.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
Breasts, eyes, the gut, and arthritis are all subjects of the latest medical news. Read more on .
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
: Wedding rings are a symbol of love and unity. They also can be a source of an itchy red rash. But does this mean you have to remove your ring? via
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
For certain patients requiring , size matters. But there's a rare surgical technique that involves splitting the donor lung and separating individual blood vessels and airways. That's what was done for Harold and here's his story:
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
is common, and it can be embarrassing. also could signal underlying concerns like heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Hear from Dr. Landon Trost, a urologist, in this .
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
An increase of older Americans are reportedly dying after suffering from falls. Dr. Wermers has done fall prevention research and says is a low-impact balance exercise that can reduce falls and prevent life-impairing bone fractures in seniors.
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Mayo Clinic Jun 14
The Asian long-horned hasn't been reported in Minnesota yet, but it is spreading swiftly in the U.S. via
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Blood Donor Program Jun 14
Happy ! Today, we extend a special thank you to all of our generous donors. We cannot save lives without you! Today is also a perfect day to donate. Call 507-284-4475 to schedule an appointment or come on in—walk-ins are welcome.
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