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Brrr. Cold winter weather is upon us. Curl up with something warm and healthy this winter: cream of wild rice soup.
It's the season for influenza. The good news is most people can treat themselves at home. Learn what to do to self-manage the flu.
Learn how to strengthen your core — abdominal, pelvic, diaphragm and back muscles — to help prevent back pain.
If achy joints have you feeling like the Tin Man, don't just chalk it up to getting older. Those aches and pains could signal something more serious, but treatable. No oil required.
Searching for reliable information about taking supplements during pregnancy can be confusing. Read this Q&A for advice on those you should and shouldn't take.
Would you like to build resiliency skills with the children in your life? This program, designed to help build skills in a number of areas, is appropriate for all children, especially for those who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Are you among the 60 million Americans who experience heartburn at least once a month? If left untreated, it can lead to Barrett's esophagus, which is associated with an increased risk for esophageal cancer. Learn about a screening option and tips for managing gastro reflux disease.
Nearly everyone deals with acne that can appear anywhere you have oil glands on your skin, including back, face, stomach or chest. Learn about some factors that can lead to the development of chest acne and what you can do to prevent or treat it.
Even Santa Claus can use a little help. After two years of problems, Santa aka Ben Nolt got answers and healing from his expert neurosurgery team. Now, Santa is back in action and bringing joy to thousands of children this holiday season.
How a person feels mentally and emotionally can make or break their course of physical therapy. For Carl Hohman, the bond formed with his rehabilitation team helps keep his spirits high. Learn how a positive attitude can help you.
Christina Anderson and her fiancé, Brandon Jensen, were on their way to happily ever after when a CT scan revealed a tumor on Christina's brainstem.
Mary Klimp remembers the exact moment her life changed. It was when she received a call with the news that she had breast cancer. Then she made a surprising discovery.
Janice Breien was anxious to get answers about her regular seizures. Enter her care team — ready to listen and provide solutions. With seizures under control, her zest for life has returned.
Kathy Schmidt is trying new adventures and, most importantly, participating in life again after bariatric surgery. Read about her new outlook on life.
A new lease on life doesn’t always demand the impossible. Sometimes it just requires a set of simple decisions combined with a dose of consistency. Mark Clausen gets a new lease on life after his heart surgery and some dedication in cardiac rehab.
Carol Adams is only half joking when she says she’s had worse root canals than the treatment she underwent recently to kill a cancerous mass on her kidney.
Seasonal affective disorder (#SAD) is a cyclical, seasonal condition, meaning signs and symptoms are present only d… https://t.co/Fw6PBxJ1Zq
Health experts have recommendations to prevent dry skin during the cold weather. https://t.co/wOHIo7WJ37 Via: @news8news
You're not doomed to toss and turn every night. Better #sleep in 6 steps: https://t.co/Bbk9BJ2P1b
Skin cancer is the most preventable cancer, which is why health experts from both Mayo Clinic Health System and Gun… https://t.co/ERyXvZj5II
A Mayo Clinic Health System #study suggests more LDL is better following heart attacks and statins work in ways unr… https://t.co/OG37sAjRpI
Learn how to strengthen your #core to help prevent back pain. https://t.co/EjW8pvL7mb
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a cyclical, seasonal condition, meaning signs and symptoms are present only during certain months of the year, and then go away. http://bit.ly/2TN7iL9 Story from KEYC News 12
Paul Mueller, M.D., regional vice president for Mayo Clinic Health System, presented Major Jeff Richardson, Salvation Army, with a check representing Mayo Clinic Health System’s $15,000 contribution toward psychiatric and mental health services at the Salvation Army emergency shelter in La Crosse. The funds were provided as part of Mayo Clinic Health System’s Red Kettle Match Day, which occurred December 21. This contribution, along with all community contributions made that day, will support mental health services at the shelter. In all, more than $40,000 was raised for the program.
Mayo Clinic Health System is proud to support the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program of Barron County with a $16,500 contribution. The CASA program enlists citizen volunteers to champion the needs of abused and neglected children. This donation will support training costs of 11 volunteers and help promote resiliency for children in the foster care system.
Morgan Cook went from an active lifestyle to experiencing low energy and having a low blood count. Read her story and watch a video to learn how her Mayo Clinic team used genetic testing to diagnose her rare condition and create a care plan to manage her health. https://mayocl.in/38rSqWr
It's the season for influenza. The good news is most people can treat themselves at home. Learn what to do to self-manage. https://mayocl.in/3aw4Hes
Health experts have recommendations to prevent dry skin during the cold weather. http://bit.ly/3ayoIAT Story from News 8 Now / News 8000
You're not doomed to toss and turn every night. Better sleep in 6 steps: https://mayocl.in/2TV8cFB
Skin cancer is the most preventable cancer, which is why health experts from both Mayo Clinic Health System and Gundersen Health System highly recommend getting screened. http://bit.ly/2tCvnte