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COVID-19 and the holidays: 5 things you can do to mentally prepare for the long winter ahead

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The holiday season can be a challenging time for some people, and COVID-19 is exacerbating feelings of isolation and loneliness as so many more people are spending holidays alone. “The long, dark, cold days of winter are upon us, and for some people, anxiety and depression can become problems this time of year,” says Paige […]

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Netflix presenta a neurocirujano de Mayo Clinic en nueva serie de documentales

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JACKSONVILLE, Florida: Netflix, uno de los principales servicios de entretenimiento transmitido por Internet que presenta series televisivas, documentales y películas en una amplia variedad de géneros e idiomas, empezará dentro de poco a mostrar una nueva serie de documentales titulada «The Surgeon’s Cut», que incluye un episodio sobre el Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, neurocirujano de Mayo Clinic. […]

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Netflix to feature Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon in new documentary series

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Netflix, a leading streaming entertainment service featuring TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages, will soon begin airing a new documentary series, “The Surgeon’s Cut,” which features an episode about Alfredo Quinones-Hinojosa, M.D., a Mayo Clinic neurosurgeon. Filmed and produced by BBC Studios Production, “The […]

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Surgery safety during COVID-19 pandemic

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COVID-19 has changed many daily routines, from socializing, work, school, eating at a restaurant and filling your gas tank. Even a trip to your health care provider’s office is different due to COVID-19. If you’re facing a major surgery, you might wonder what preparation and recovery will look like. You might be anxious about whether […]

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Flash-frozen benefits: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

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There’s no question that fruits and vegetables are an important part of a heart-healthy diet. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, says that while fresh produce is always a great choice, frozen fruits and vegetables are often just as healthy. But he also says not all frozen […]

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Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Regenerative medicine helps with facial reconstruction after skin cancer

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For generations, people have intentionally and unintentionally exposed their skin to the sun. As a result, skin cancer has become the most common form of cancer in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Treatment options are limited for people with skin cancer, especially on the face and more specifically the […]

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Tips for managing stress

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The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly disrupted everyone’s lives, creating a lot of stress. You might not realize it, but that stress can affect your health. Frequent headaches, trouble sleeping, fatigue, muscle pains and an upset stomach are just a few of the symptoms that stress can cause in your life. Everyone has a “stressometer,” according […]

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Consumer Health: What are olfactory hallucinations?

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Hallucinations are sensory perceptions of things that are not present. These perceptions may be sights, sounds, smells or sensations on the skin. Causes of hallucinations include head injury, Parkinson’s disease, Lewy body dementia, a brain tumor, schizoaffective disorder, temporal lobe seizure and a medication side effect. With phantosmia, or olfactory hallucinations, a person detects smells […]

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Mayo Clinic Q and A: Breast cancer screening and COVID-19

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DEAR MAYO CLINIC: During a breast self-exam two months ago, I felt a lump. This month, the lump seems to have disappeared. My cousin, who had breast cancer, is suggesting I get it checked anyways. I’m nervous to go to the doctor because of COVID-19. Is it safe to get a mammogram and other breast cancer […]

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New treatment options for those with liver cancer

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Sharon Silverman loves to travel. But after doctors in her hometown of Pensacola, Florida, diagnosed her with hepatocellular carcinoma and told her there were no treatment options, Sharon knew she had to take one more trip. Her destination: Mayo Clinic — where a unique radiation procedure opened the door to future adventures. Reporter DeeDee Stiepan […]

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