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The mental health of infants is as important as physical health. Early intervention is essential to preventing mental health disorders. Learn about warning signs and when to seek help.
Have an upcoming health care appointment with your provider? Here's some tips and things to keep in mind so you get the most from your visit.
Spring is a wonderful time to get outside and be active. Here's some tips to ensure your family is safe while enjoying the outdoors.
Every day, over 3,500 youths start smoking electronic cigarettes. Get the ugly truth, learn the warning signs and talk to your kids about the dangers of vaping.
Migraines affect 39 million people in the U.S. Understanding the four stages of a migraine can lead to improving migraine prevention and treatment.
Thinking about having a baby? Planning ahead can increase your chances for a healthy pregnancy and baby. Here are some important questions to ask yourself and your provider before trying to conceive.
Virtually all vaccinations, including the COVID-19 vaccines, involve a needle. Don't let fear of needles stop you from getting vaccinations that can protect your health. Here are three ways to work through your fear.
As you age, some surprising body changes can occur, like losing height or leaking when laughing. Learn what's natural, what's not and steps to delay or lessen the changes.
Getting older? Noticing some wrinkles and muscle loss or forgetting names? In this Q&A, learn simple steps to delay or lessen those changes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered worsening symptoms for many who are living with anxiety. Understand and combat anxiety with these helpful tips.
Raising a family isn't always easy. It can be hard to make healthy choices when life is hectic. These tips can help you create healthy habits and make smart choices for your family early on.
Your care needs are important, which is why Mayo Clinic Health System provides a team-based approach. Learn more about care team collaboration and how it can benefit you.