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MAYO CLINIC RADIO

Do you know the incidence of osteoporosis fractures is greater than the annual incidence of heart disease and stroke combined? Also, that there are approximately 2 million fragility fractures per year and that number is expected to double by 2014? Join us Saturday, March 8, at 9 a.m. CT, when we talk with Ann Kearns, M.D., Ph.D., and Sanjeev Kakar, [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Mayo Clinic Radio: Osteoporosis Prevention

Miss the show? Here is the podcast: Mayo Clinic Radio Full Show 3-8-2014 Do you know the incidence of osteoporosis fractures is greater than the annual incidence of heart disease and stroke combined? Also, that there are approximately 2 million fragility fractures per year and that number is expected to double [...]

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Getting a Carpal Tunnel Tune-Up (pkg)

Almost 10 percent of the population knows the aggravation of an achy wrist, a weakened grip, numb and tingly fingers, often diagnosed as carpal tunnel syndrome. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says it’s a leading cause of missed time on the job. But the pain doesn't have to be permanent. Here's Dennis [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

MAYO CLINIC MEDICAL EDGE RADIO

Is tendinitis the most common hand and wrist injury in golf? This Saturday orthopedic surgeon, Sanj Kakar, M.D., will be our guest expert on the show to discuss problems like thumb arthritis, wrist fractures, cysts and tumors that affect everyone, not just golfers! Listen Saturday 9-10 a.m. CDT http://radio.mayoclinic.org/ or on I Heart Radio [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Get A Grip On Golf Pain (pkg.)

According to the National Golf Foundation, more than 28 million Americans love to hit the links. However, after a day on the course, some may wonder if the links are hitting back. Wrist and hand injuries for golfers are common. Why? And what can you do about them? Here’s Dennis [...]

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Get A Grip On Golf Pain (pkg.)

According to the National Golf Foundation, more than 28 million Americans love to hit the links. However, after a day on the course, some may wonder if the links are hitting back. Wrist and hand injuries for golfers are common. Why? And what can you do about them? Here’s Dennis Douda for Medical [...]

Created by Dana Sparks