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A trusting relationship does more than just feel good. Learn how trusting the expert advice of your primary care provider can improve your health.
Lying in the ICU, Jon Bratsch thought he was past the point of no return. Everything changed when a cross-disciplinary team found the source of his dire symptoms.
Among the sea of information regarding nutrition is a tide of inaccuracies. Common myths are debunked so you can feel more confident about your food choices.
It's a bus, it's a bookmobile, it's the Mobile Health Clinic. Since summer 2021, this big, blue, fully equipped clinic on wheels has been bringing health care to patients in rural communities.
You may think you know why varicose veins develop, who's most at risk or the best treatment. Here's the truth behind 6 common varicose vein myths.
Urinary incontinence is common among men and women. Follow these tips to lessen the burden of managing your condition and improve symptoms.
Emotional overeating can lead to unhealthy eating patterns. Learn the difference between emotional and physical hunger, and how to break the cycle.
In the eight years that Prathibha Varkey, M.B.B.S., was away from Mayo Clinic, a few things changed. But one thing remained a constant: Mayo Clinic's patient-focused mission. Read her vision for transforming rural health care while building on past successes.
When Robert Heintz was scheduled for hip revision surgery, he was happy to learn he could recover in the comfort of his own home.
Low back pain can range from intense to a dull ache. Learn about eight spinal conditions, the pain you could experience and when it's time to schedule an appointment.
An inguinal hernia isn't necessarily dangerous, but it doesn't improve on its own and can lead to life-threatening complications. Learn about the two general types of treatment options for this common condition.
February can be a happy time with loved ones. It also may be so emotionally stressful that it feels like your heart is breaking. Learn more about broken heart syndrome.