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Since announcing her breast cancer diagnosis and successful treatment last month, Sen. Amy Klobuchar has been a leader in encouraging people to take advantage of preventive health care. Klobuchar, Mayo Clinic doctors and a representative from the American Cancer Society held a press conference at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, on Thursday, Oct. 14, to...
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About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. For most women, a combination of factors can contribute to their level of risk, including lifestyle choices or environmental influences. Only a small percentage of women are considered to be at high risk for developing breast cancer due to family history, genetic mutation, or...
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Millions of Americans suffer from back and neck pain. Luckily, there is a wide range of options to treat it. The key is figuring the cause and the best treatment option. Oct. 16 is World Spine Day. The key to beating back pain is figuring out the cause and the best treatment option. Watch: The...
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ROCHESTER, Minn. — While people know their health affects their longevity and quality of life, many struggle to do even the small things that will help them live younger longer. Stephen Kopecky, M.D., a preventive cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, shares his insights on protecting overall health and boosting the immune system from his book, “Live...
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For nearly 10 years, Sheri Finstad suffered from seizures that couldn’t be controlled with medication ― a situation that happens to roughly one-third of people with epilepsy. With the help of her epilepsy team and deep brain stimulation, Sheri Finstad was able to have a successful pregnancy. Watch: Baby a blessing for woman who had...
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Social media has emerged as a primary source of news and other information for Americans, with 53% of adults stating that they “often” or “sometimes” get news from social media. Facebook is the most popular among the social media sites, with 36% of Americans choosing it as a regular source of news, according to a...
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During a September 30, 2021, U.S. Senate hearing, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., went head to head with Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra. Paul called out Becerra for ignoring the science of natural immunity. Becerra, who is neither a medical doctor nor a scientist — Paul pointed out that Becerra doesn’t even have a...
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This article was previously published February 15, 2021, and has been updated with new information. The tendency is to lose muscle as you age, a condition known as sarcopenia. If you don’t do anything to stop it you can expect to lose about 15% of your muscle mass between your 30s and your 80s.1 An...
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In this short video by Dr. John Campbell, he reviews some of the science behind the association between zinc and the immune system. He believes it is one biological basis for an “altered resistance to infection.”1 But, beyond the immune functions I discuss below, it’s important to know that zinc plays other important biological roles....
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This article was previously published February 8, 2021, and has been updated with new information. Vitamin B1 (thiamine) is used by nearly all your cells, and helps to metabolize the carbohydrates and lipids in the foods you eat. It also facilitates converting your food into energy and boosting the flow of electrolytes in and out...
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