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Treating POTS: A Teenage Syndrome Solution

Maybe you’ve heard the complaints: I’m too tired to get up, my stomach hurts, I just want to sleep. These symptoms might be typical of some teenagers, but for others they're signs of a very real illness called postural tachycardia syndrome or POTS. Today, social media has helped spread awareness of [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Expertos de Mayo comentan sobre enfermedades respiratorias

ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Ante las recientes noticias respecto a la gran cantidad de niños afectados por enfermedades respiratorias en la región central de Estados Unidos, el Dr. Phil Fischer, pediatra del Centro Pediátrico de Mayo Clinic, y el Dr. W. Charles Huskins, especialista en enfermedades infecciosas, comparten información sobre esas afecciones, qué deben saber [...]

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Mayo Experts Comment on Respiratory Illnesses

ROCHESTER, Minn. — With the recent news about a large number of children affected by respiratory illnesses in the central U.S., Mayo Clinic Children’s Center pediatrician Phil Fischer, M.D., and pediatric infectious diseases specialist W. Charles Huskins, M.D., share information about these illnesses, what parents should look for and how [...]

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MAYO CLINIC RADIO

  April is Donate Life Month, which focuses attention on the importance of registering as organ, eye and tissue donors. Tune in Saturday, April 19, at 9 a.m. CT as we discuss organ donation with Good Samaritan kidney donor Philip Fischer, M.D., and director of the Mayo Clinic kidney transplant program Mikel Prieto, M.D. There is [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

“Good Samaritan” Kidney Donor and Expert Discuss Trend in Kidney Donation

Media Expert Alert: Altruistic Kidney Donor and Mayo Clinic Expert Available for Interviews Patients waiting for a lifesaving transplant rely heavily on the public to make the choice to become organ donors. The shortage of deceased donor organs has reached a crisis, with almost 120,000 people in need of a [...]

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