Distressed by the news that she had an inoperable brain tumor, Jessica Kenser sought a second opinion and received life-altering treatment from Mayo Clinic neurosurgeons.
Bell's palsy causes sudden weakness in your facial muscles. This makes half of your face appear to droop. Your smile is one-sided, and your ...
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My mother had a stroke six months ago. Her mobility has returned to near normal. She can read and understands others when ...
After suffering her first epileptic seizure at just 10 days of age, Grace Chan required six separate brain surgeries as surgeons worked to remove the harmful tissue that was causing her seizures.
On this podcast, Mayo Clinic neurologist Dr. Jeremy Cutsforth-Gregory discusses POTS.
Listen: POTS syndrome (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: What’s the difference between feeling dizzy every now and then and orthostatic hypotension? How is it diagnosed, and can it be treated? ...
ROCHESTER, Minn. — People with the movement disorder Parkinson’s disease have a much higher risk of the skin cancer melanoma, and vice versa, a ...
A snowmobiling accident left Jered Chinnock paralyzed from the middle of his torso down. He didn’t think he’d ever walk again. But now, thanks to ...
Diagnosed with ALS in the 1930s, the famous baseball player Lou Gehrig not only got the answers he was seeking at Mayo Clinic, he left an enduring mark on the health care organization that still lingers today.
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