A typical smoothie is a drink made from mixed fruits or vegetables, and there are many ways to make one. While they provide several health benefits, drinking too [...]
Researchers have found that condensing exercise into a few days is as effective as spreading activity out across a week. Dr. Wes Troyer, a Mayo [...]
Flip on the TV, and you're bound to find shows of horror, mystery and the macabre. Many people love the thrill of terror as suspense [...]
Halloween can be a particularly difficult time for kids with food allergies since many common candies contain one or more common allergens. The consequences can [...]
Treatments for breast cancer have improved over the years, but much research still needs to be done.
That's why Dr. Saranya Chumsri, a Mayo Clinic oncologist, [...]
Just like a traveler uses a road map to find the most appropriate route to a destination, Mayo Clinic neurosurgeons are using a different kind [...]
Cluster headaches aren't that common, but they are extremely painful. And they often occur during the fall season.
A cluster headache is a rare headache [...]
Dupuytren's (DOO-puh-trenz) contracture is a disorder that can cause the fingers to curl in, primarily the ring and small fingers.
It's a genetic condition mostly affecting men over [...]
Millions of Americans suffer from back and neck pain. Luckily, there is a wide range of options to treat it.
Oct. 16 is World Spine [...]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Women are being encouraged to get their annual breast cancer screening because screening can save lives.
But what if [...]
Roughly 620,000 new cases of lymphoma were diagnosed worldwide, according to the World Cancer Research Fund International's 2020 report. Survival rates have improved as advances [...]
Breast cancer can affect all people, regardless of race or gender. It's the second-leading cause of cancer death for women overall. And for Hispanic women in [...]
Sedentary behavior, including sitting for long periods of time, can contribute to adverse health effects, including something referred to as "sitting disease."
In this Mayo Clinic [...]
Mayo Clinic Platform
For Journalists Only Sign up for a Journalist Pass
An online patient support community