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Mayo Clinic News Network Headlines 5/1/15

Hi I’m Vivien Williams with Mayo Clinic News Network Headlines. The number of breast cancer cases is projected to increase by 50 percent in the U.S. by the year 2030. That’s according to the National Cancer Institute. Why? Well, one reason the baby boomer population is aging and a woman’s [...]

Created by Dave Hansen

Mayo Clinic News Network Headline 4/24/15

Hi I’m Vivien Williams with a Mayo Clinic News Network Headline. You’re heard the saying from Ben Franklin, ”Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy an wise.” Well, a new study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism shows there may be some truth to [...]

Created by Dave Hansen

Fred Hoiberg Broll

Broll of Fred Hoiberg and Dr. Rakesh Suri.

Created by Joel Streed

Fred Hoiberg Appreciation of Support (:27)

Fred Hoiberg expresses appreciation for support

Created by Joel Streed

Fred Hoiberg on Heart Health (:27)

Fred Hoiberg on heart disease.

Created by Joel Streed

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Many factors play into increased heart disease risk for those with RA

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Many factors play into increased heart disease risk for those with RA

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is it true that people with rheumatoid arthritis have a higher risk of heart disease? How are the two conditions related? Is there a way to lower the risk? ANSWER: Studies have shown that if you have rheumatoid arthritis, your risk of developing heart disease is two to [...]

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Mayo Clinic News Network Headlines 4/01/15

In today's Mayo Clinic News Network Headlines with Vivien Williams: A new study from Mayo Clinic is the first to show that Spontaneous Coronary Artery Disease  - or SCAD -  may be inherited New research on why older adults should avoid drinking diet soda Journalists: [TRT 1:09 ] Click here for script. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViMqlvkT_-0&feature=youtu.be

Created by Deborah Balzer

Mayo Clinic Q & A: Regardless of risk, take steps to protect heart health

Mayo Clinic Q & A: Regardless of risk, take steps to protect heart health

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am a 37-year-old man and have no health problems, but both of my parents have heart disease. My dad had his first heart attack at age 50. Are there things I can do now to prevent it, or is heart disease inevitable for me because of [...]

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