As the National Weather Service pays close attention to a major winter storm approaching much of eastern part of the United States, health care providers are issuing [...]
The chance of experiencing mitral valve leakiness, also called mitral valve regurgitation, increases with age. That means some patients are too old or weak for [...]
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What causes pericardial constriction, and why does it make me swollen? Is there anything I can do to limit the swelling? [...]
It seems like there's an app for just about everything these days. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, we find out that includes cardiac [...]
A type of heartburn medication called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) may be linked to long-term kidney damage, according to a new study published in [...]
This article appeared January 7, 2016 In the Loop.
We at In the Loop are particularly fond of stories about our patients and the [...]
Robots in the operating room aren't something out of science fiction ... they're a reality. Surgeons are using robots to assist them in a growing [...]
Even though this flu season may be off to a slower start than last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still recommends [...]
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a medical emergency. It happens when an event, usually an electrical disturbance, quickly and unexpectedly causes your heart to [...]
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I have heard that taking coenzyme Q10 is good for people who take statins. There are so many commercials and ads [...]
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