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1 day ago by @jstreed · View  

Fertility and conception: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

For some couples, having a baby can seem impossible.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Jani Jensen looks at three common causes for difficulty.

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Fertility and Conception

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Tinnitus: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Bothered by a ringing or buzzing in your ears?  Dr. Janalene Niichel has some answers about tinnitus.

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Tinnitus

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3 days ago by @jstreed · View  

Long-term care facilities: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we hear from Dr. Paul Takahashi about things to think about when considering long-term care.

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Long-Term Care

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4 days ago by @jstreed · View  

Is your skin safe on road trips: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Have you ever considered the amount of sun you get on a long road trip? Research published in JAMA Ophthalmology shows, even with the windows up, ultraviolet (UV) light can affect your skin and eyes.

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, dermatologist Dr. Dawn Davis, offers ideas for staying safe while driving on sunny days.

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Is your skin safe on road trips

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5 days ago by @jstreed · View  

Cardiac rehabilitation: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Heart patients are benefiting from amazing advances in technology, surgery and treatments. But in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, doctors tells us that most patients do not take advantage of a way to help them recover better and live longer: cardiac rehabilitation.

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

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6 days ago by @jstreed · View  

Patient stories — fecal transplant / cupping therapy / heart transplant: Mayo Clinic Radio

On this special Thanksgiving edition of Mayo Clinic Radio, you’ll hear from three patients who have reason to give thanks. First, we revisit an unusual transplant story. Gastroenterologist Dr. Sahil Khanna and patient Stephanie Bennett explain how fecal transplant was used to treat her Clostridium difficile infection. Also on the program, licensed acupuncturist Sara Bublitz and her patient, Heather Spaniol, share how alternative therapies, including cupping, helped manage the pain after a battle with flesh-eating bacteria. And, hear a repeat of the story of Jimmy Dunbar, a transplant patient waiting for a heart transplant.

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Fri, Nov 25 at 1:51pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Prehabilitation: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

You've heard of rehabilitation, getting back to full-strength after injury or surgery.  Well in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima tells us about the importance of prehabilitation.

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Prehabilitation

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Thu, Nov 24 at 1:47pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Surgery and Smoking: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima provides one more reason to kick the habit.

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Surgery and Smoking

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Wed, Nov 23 at 1:42pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Surgery - ask questions: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Could a simple question help you recover after surgery?  Maybe. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Robert Cima comments on the importance of being an informed patient prior to surgery.

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Surgery - Ask Questions

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Tue, Nov 22 at 12:40pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Recurring fever in children: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

With all the colds and viruses that kids contract, it's not uncommon for them to develop a fever.  But in this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Thomas Boyce tells us when fever could be a sign of something more.

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Recurring Fever in Kids

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Mon, Nov 21 at 11:44am EST by @jstreed · View  

Over-the-counter treatments for vaginal dryness: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

It's a fairly common issue among post-menopausal women.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Stephanie Faubion discusses treatments for vaginal dryness.

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Over-the-counter treatment for vaginal dryness

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Sun, Nov 20 at 6:42pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Precision medicine leads to precise treatments: Mayo Clinic Radio

Precision medicine is a new approach to disease treatment and prevention based on people’s individual differences in genes, environment and lifestyle. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Kathy Hudson, deputy director for science, outreach, and policy at the National Institutes of Health, will explain the Precision Medicine Initiative. This year, Mayo Clinic was selected as the recipient of the $142 million grant to be the central biobank from the National Institutes of Health All of Us Research Program biobank (formerly the Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program). The All of Us Research Program biobank is expected to be a major force in advancing precision medicine and contributing to research and improved health care. NIH aims to begin enrolling participants in 2016 and reach 1 million volunteers within three to four years. We'll also hear from patient Kathy Giusti, founder of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, on how precision medicine changed the course of her own treatment.  Also on the program, vascular surgeon Dr. Randall DeMartino will discuss the common circulatory problem known as peripheral artery disease. And pediatric sports medicine specialist Dr. David Soma will discuss why an increasing number of youth soccer players are seeking emergency treatment for concussions each year.

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Fri, Nov 18 at 4:42pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Painful sex after menopause: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Stephanie Faubion discusses reasons why sex can be painful after menopause.

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Painful sex after menopause

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Thu, Nov 17 at 4:40pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Vertigo: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

It's a disease that can set your world spinning.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Neil Shepard has more on vertigo.

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Vertigo

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Wed, Nov 16 at 4:36pm EST by @jstreed · View  

What is sepsis: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Steve Peters introduces us to sepsis.

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What is sepsis

 

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Tue, Nov 15 at 4:19pm EST by @jstreed · View  

How to stop popping pain pills: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the opioid crisis is real. They report that, in 2012, more than 2 million people in the U.S. had a substance use disorder related to prescription opioid pain relievers. Mayo Clinic experts want to help people who are hooked on prescription painkillers, such as hydrocodone, oxycodone and morphine, to end their addictions.

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we discuss breaking free from painkiller addictions with pain medicine specialist Dr. Mike Hooten.

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How to stop popping pain pills

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Mon, Nov 14 at 4:13pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Reasons not to share pain pills: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

What harm could there be in sharing prescription opioids with a friend or family member who is suffering with pain? Mayo Clinic pain medicine specialist Dr. Mike Hooten says sharing opioids is not only dangerous, but illegal.

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we talk to Dr. Hooten about why people should not share prescription painkillers.

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Reasons not to share pain pills

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Sun, Nov 13 at 6:16pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Pain management / Well Living Lab / childhood obesity / proton beam therapy: Mayo Clinic Radio

According to the National Institutes of Health, chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Chronic pain is the most common cause of disability in the U.S., and it’s often treated with opioid pain medications. But opioids have side effects, including the risk of addiction. To find better ways to manage chronic pain, clinical trials at Mayo Clinic are testing complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, massage and yoga, as alternatives to medications. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Brent Bauer, director of the Mayo Clinic Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program, explains complementary pain management therapies. Dr. Bauer also will unveil Mayo Clinic’s new Well Living Lab, which studies the connection between healthy living and the indoor environment. Also on the program, psychologist Dr. Bridget Biggs will discuss the childhood obesity epidemic. And radiation oncologist Dr. Nadia Laack will give an update on the Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy Program.

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Fri, Nov 11 at 4:10pm EST by @jstreed · View  

Avoid opioids for chronic pain: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Pain is real and a major issue in America. According to the National Institutes of Health, pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined, and chronic pain is the most common cause of disability.

Many people who suffer with chronic pain find relief from opioid pain medication. Mayo Clinic experts say opioids may benefit a certain percentage of people with chronic pain, such as advanced cancer patients, but they are usually not the best long-term option for most.

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we discuss the pros and cons of opioid use for chronic pain with pain medicine specialist Dr. Mike Hooten.

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Avoid opioids for chronic pain

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Thu, Nov 10 at 4:05pm EST by @jstreed · View  

What painkillers do to your guts: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Turn on your TV, and you're likely to see advertisements about products and medications to help ease constipation. Some of those ads are geared toward bowel issues caused by opioid use. In a recent study, Mayo Clinic experts say that opioids, which are the most frequently used medications for chronic pain, often cause constipation.

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute,  gastroenterologist Dr. Michael Camilleri discusses about how prescription painkillers can cause constipation and what you can do about it.

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What painkillers do to your guts

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