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Nearly everyone had at least one event delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While eager to be with friends and family again, here's how to limit your risk and protect others during in-person gatherings.
Put a freeze on your chronic stuffy nose. Learn how nasal cryotherapy uses intense cooling to treat overactive nerves in your nose and sinus cavities, and helps with long-lasting symptom relief.
How do you find calm and prioritize well-being in the midst of chaos? Watch a video presentation of two experts giving practical strategies to help you take a well-deserved break from stress, and discover calm and peace.
While many restrictions have been lifted, COVID-19 has not gone away. So how safe is it to travel? A Mayo Clinic infectious diseases expert answers your questions.
Being healthy is much more than just physical health. It's determined by social, behavioral and environmental health, among other factors. Review how we're working to improve the health of the communities we serve.
Cataracts can cause things to look foggy, and make reading or driving at night difficult. Learn when to make an eye exam appointment.
Jennifer Summers is thrilled she can carry a 32-ounce water bottle. This may not feel like an important feat to some, but it's momentous those with spinal muscular atrophy. Read how a specialized treatment close to home makes this possible.
Almost 133 billion pounds of food in the U.S. is wasted annually. Learn how to reduce food waste, and get a soup recipe to make with leftovers.
Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is an essential tool in fighting the pandemic. But a recent COVID-19 infection could affect the recommended timing of your vaccination. Get the details.
If you've lost your sense of smell this past year, you're not alone. Learn what you might expect, how long it could last, why COVID-19 can affect it and more.
If your mammogram shows you have dense breast tissue, you may wonder what that means for you. This Q&A explains why density matters and about recommended screening tests.
Balance issues, which can make you feel dizzy or unsteady, may be caused by damage to your central nervous system. Learn how and what can be done to steady your balance.