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Signs of fall and winter are appearing, temperatures are cooling and cases of flu, strep throat and RSV are increasing. Read four things to know during this year's upper respiratory infection season.
Lupp-dubb. Lupp-dubb. Your heart has a steady regular beat. Sometimes though, an extra heart sound like humming is heard, called a murmur. Find out when a heart murmur is innocent or serious.
Each year, around 13 million people in the U.S. are infected with human papillomavirus, or HPV. Most will never know it. Learn how to protect your family.
Eating a rainbow of fruits and veggies is a healthy choice, but what about when your urine turns into a range of colors? Learn what urine shades tell about your health and when to seek medical help.
Farmers spend countless hours in combines, tractors, trucks and other equipment in fields during the harvest season. Remember a few safety practices, and pick up a new tip to avoid a severe injury.
Dry skin can be temporary, seasonal or a lifelong condition that leaves your skin feeling flaky, rough and itchy. Get tips to keep your skin hydrated and healthy.
Roughly half of women experience some degree of pelvic organ prolapse, yet rarely discuss the common issue as they age. Read about the causes, symptoms and treatments available.
A Mayo Clinic expert shares what you need to know about expiration dates for at-home COVID-19 tests. Find out if these tests can detect new COVID-19 variants and what to do if the test is positive.