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Do you smooch your pooch? Many dog owners let their dogs lick them in the face. The American Kennel Club says dogs lick their humans because they get rewarded for it, people taste good and it's a way to show subordination to their owners. But could a germ-filled lick from Fido be bad for your health?
In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Dr. Pritish Tosh talks to reporter Vivien Williams about the health risks of pooch smooches.
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The 2022 SPARK scholars gather for a photo before the Mayo Clinic SPARK Mini Science Fair on Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida. Back row: ...
In January 2021, after being in remission from melanoma for almost a decade, Christina Armendariz began to feel unwell. The 42-year-old mother went to the emergency ...
Changes to your breast can cause a lot of worry. This is understandable. But not all breast changes are a result of breast cancer. Any breast ...