As No-Shave November ends, many men will be returning to their razors to take off that facial hair. But Mayo Clinic dermatologists say shaving too close [...]
Pancreatic cancer can be a frightening diagnosis. Compared to most other cancers, survival rates are much lower and death often occurs at a more rapid [...]
The holidays are a time when family and friends gather. Dr. Maisha Robinson, a Mayo Clinic neurologist, says it's also a good time to consider [...]
The kitchen can be a chaotic place during the holidays. With all of the cooking, baking and food preparation, kitchen knife mishaps can occur.
In this [...]
The U.S. celebrates another Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 18. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says tobacco use remains the leading cause [...]
It's cold and flu season on top of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The concern this year is the early arrival of respiratory syncytial virus, along [...]
Opioid painkillers are highly addictive. After just five days of prescription opioid use, the likelihood that you'll develop long-term dependence on these drugs rises steeply [...]
If you or a loved one are immunocompromised, and therefore at a higher risk of becoming severely ill from COIVD-19, it's more important than ever [...]
A colonoscopy is an exam used to detect changes or abnormalities in the large intestine, or colon, and rectum. It's an important exam that's performed [...]
It's like an auto mechanic running a diagnostic test on your car's engine while it's out of the garage and traveling down the road.
Wearable heart [...]
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