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Artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine is here, and it's advancing at an unprecedented pace. (Raise a bionic hand if you're imagining a robot scooting in to conduct your next checkup.) In reality, AI is becoming a seamless, behind-the-scenes part of health care, undetected by the patients it serves. Instead, consumers will notice its downstream benefits: […]
A caregiver can be many things. For transplant patients, the caregiver can be the difference between a successful transplant and a failed organ. Most transplant centers require patients to have a caregiver at all times throughout the process both pre- and post-transplant. Most centers also provide helpful tips and even printed education materials so caregivers […]
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My friend says that her arthritis pain improved after she started taking turmeric. Can you tell me more about this supplement? ANSWER: Although turmeric is a common spice in many home pantries, many people are not familiar with its purported health effects. Relieving arthritis pain is one of many such purported health […]
Weight training is a type of strength training that uses weights for resistance. Weight training provides stress to the muscles, causing them to adapt and get stronger, similar to the way aerobic conditioning strengthens your heart. Weight training can help you tone your muscles, improve your appearance and fight age-related muscle loss. While weight training […]
Gynecologic cancer is any cancer that starts in women's reproductive organs. More than 94,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancer annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The five main types of gynecologic cancer are cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar. But only one type ― cervical cancer ― can be prevented through […]
What's yellow, weighs more than 25 pounds and is something you'll likely have eaten by the end of December? The answer: a year's supply of bananas. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, dietitian Angie Murad explains the many benefits of making bananas a part of a well-balanced diet. To listen, click the link below. Peeling into the […]
The flu is hitting children and young adults particularly hard this year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports 39 pediatric deaths due to flu complications so far this flu season. According to the CDC, influenza B is the most common strain of flu this season, and it tends to sicken more young people than influenza A. […]
ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Las células mesenquimales del estroma procedentes del tejido graso y de la médula ósea se emplean ampliamente en ensayos terapéuticos por sus cualidades antiinflamatorias, pero un nuevo estudio de Mayo Clinic descubre que las células hepáticas podrían ser más valiosas.
As an oncologist, Dr. Evanthia Galanis, sees the anguish cancer can bring to families, including her own. Her philosophy in her lab and practice is simple — patients need answers quicker. Dr. Galanis brings this perspective from her research and clinical experience to her new role as Mayo Clinic’s executive dean for Development, where she’s […]
Hacer durante todo el año el mismo deporte y nada más es lo que se conoce como “especialización en un deporte” y puede causar daños en el cuerpo de un niño, dice el Dr. Anikar Chhabra, cirujano ortopédico de Mayo Clinic. Vea: el minuto de Mayo Clinic Señores periodistas: el paquete del video con calidad de […]

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