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 Stress, depression and the holidays: Tips for coping Dry skin Alzheimer's and the holidays: Find real joy by simplifying Heart failure Herbal supplements may not mix with heart medicines

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Years on a VAD: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, how technology has given one heart failure patient time she never expected. To listen, click the link below. Years on a VAD

Created by Joel Streed

Tuesday Q & A: Cardiac rehab beneficial for variety of heart disorders

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What does cardiac rehab involve? Do you recommend it for everyone who’s had a heart attack, or only in certain cases? ANSWER: Cardiac rehabilitation is extremely beneficial for people with a variety of heart disorders. It involves a combination of medically supervised exercise, education and risk factor [...]

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Estudio de Mayo descubre tendencias sorprendentes en causa de muerte a largo plazo, después de la intervención coronaria percutánea

ROCHESTER, Minnesota — 10 de febrero de 2014 — Más personas con cardiopatía coronaria conocida mueren debido a otras causas, como cáncer o enfermedades pulmonares y neurológicas, que por la enfermedad cardíaca, en comparación con lo que ocurría hace 20 años, dice un estudio de Mayo Clinic publicado electrónicamente hoy [...]

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Common Erectile Dysfunction Drug Not Helpful for Heart Failure Patients, Study Finds

SAN FRANCISCO — A commonly used erectile dysfunction drug, sildenafil, doesn't help patients who have heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, a condition in which the heart's lower chambers are stiff and cannot relax and fill fully between beats. That is the finding of the RELAX study, presented today at [...]

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Early Surgery Better Than Watchful Waiting for Patients with Severe Mitral Valve Regurgitation

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Aug. 8, 2013 — Patients with severe mitral valve regurgitation who are otherwise healthy should have mitral valve repair surgery sooner rather than later, even if they feel no symptoms, a Mayo Clinic-led study by U.S. and European researchers found. The results challenge the long-held belief that it [...]

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Mayo Clinic-led Study: Two Drugs do not Improve Kidney Function in Acute Heart Failure Patients

Low-dose dopamine or low-dose nesiritide tested in hospitalized heart failure patients DALLAS — Two drugs tested in a larger trial did not improve kidney function in acute heart failure patients, contrary to results of smaller studies. The results were presented today at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2013 in Dallas and simultaneously published [...]

Created by Traci Klein

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