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Does eating red meat affect heart health: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

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Red meat consumption has long been associated with increased risk of diseases, such as heart attack and stroke. A recent study suggests that meat may not be so bad after all. Nevertheless, In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, says that limiting red meat in your diet is […]

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Estudiar a las células madre para mejorar la hemodiálisis

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Mayo Clinic descubrió en estudios con animales que la terapia con células madre después de la angioplastia ayuda a mantener abierta la fístula arteriovenosa, que es una vía de paso entre una arteria y una vena. El estudio recibió el apoyo parcial del Centro de Mayo Clinic para Medicina Regenerativa y sienta las bases para […]

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Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Integrative women’s health

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Integrative health care for women encompasses a wide range of health issues, beyond what people might think are the usual areas of concern. Women’s health generally focuses on breast health and gynecological health, but Dr. Jackie Thielen, an internal medicine physician with the Women’s Health Specialty Center at Mayo Clinic in Florida, says women respond […]

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Consumer Health: Overcoming the stigma of mental illness

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World Mental Health Day will be observed on Saturday, Oct. 10, to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilize efforts in support of mental health. “World Mental Health Day is an opportunity for the world to come together and begin redressing the historic neglect of mental health,” according to Dr. Tedros Adhanom […]

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Clearing up confusion over breast cancer screening recommendations

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What are the current recommendations for breast cancer screening? It sounds like it should be a simple question with a simple answer. However, the answers to that question can vary, says Dr. Katie Hunt, a Mayo Clinic radiologist. To make it simple, Dr. Hunt shares the breast cancer screening recommendations that she gives to her […]

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Fasting diets: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

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One of the latest diet trends is intermittent fasting. There are two common approaches to fasting. One is to eat few calories on certain days and then eat normally the rest of the time. The other involves eating only during certain hours and skipping meals for the rest of each day. In this Mayo Clinic […]

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Opción regenerativa al reemplazo de cadera

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A Mikaili Robertson le encantan los deportes universitarios y como jugador de segunda base en béisbol, se derrumbó cuando a sus 18 años le dijeron que necesitaba un reemplazo de cadera.  Preocupado ante la perspectiva de que sus días de jugador de béisbol hubieran terminado, recurrió a Mayo Clinic, donde una intervención quirúrgica, junto con […]

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Breast cancer: Not just a woman’s disease

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One in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. But breast cancer is not just a woman’s disease. Each year, around 2,500 men are diagnosed. In January 2018, Dave Whigham, then 58, became one of them. Although his cancer was found early, Whigham still required surgery, radiation and several […]

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Shingles vaccine: Should I get it?

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Question: What are my options for the shingles vaccine? If I’ve already had shingles, should I get the vaccine so that I don’t get shingles again? Answer: People looking to receive the shingles vaccine now have two options. The Food and Drug Administration in 2017 approved Shingrix. It’s the preferred alternative to Zostavax, which was […]

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Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Stay up to date on routine vaccinations

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Pediatricians and family physicians are alerting parents that it’s important to keep their children up to date on routine vaccinations, whether or not children attend in-person school. “We’ve had a number of difficulties with the COVID-19 pandemic that actually resulted in children missing months of well-child visits in which routine vaccines were given,” says Dr. […]

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