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A year into the pandemic, many people are looking to travel for spring break. But it that recommended? Two Mayo Clinic experts weigh in.
A busy, otherwise healthy young man, J.P. Nunez also happens to be the youngest patient requiring extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support for COVID-19 at Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Here's his journey.
Mayo Clinic's Remote Patient Monitoring Program provides patients diagnosed with COVID-19 comprehensive care at home. Learn how it can help quickly escalate care.
This time can feel especially frightening for some pregnant women. Here's a Q&A to help expecting families feel informed and prepared for pregnancy and delivery during this unprecedented time.
Health care changed significantly change to meet the needs of the COVID-19 pandemic. Four Mayo Clinic experts reflect on the challenges, innovations and changes that occurred over the past year.
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is an important tool to help stop the ongoing pandemic. Here are answers to the most common questions.
Bob and Joyce Wachsmuth were able to kick-start their immune systems and recover quickly at home thanks to this new treatment option for people at a higher risk of hospitalization due to COVID-19.
As experts continue to learn more, strep throat assessment and testing has been combined with COVID-19 when needed. Find out what's new and what to do.
High school students in Minnesota and Wisconsin can participate in virtual career exploration programs from Mayo Clinic. Here's one student's reflection on the Discover Mayo Clinic program.
Some people incorrectly think that wearing a mask or continuing to practice social distancing are not necessary steps if they've been infected with or vaccinated for COVID-19. Two Mayo Clinic experts weigh in.
While COVID-19 vaccines have proven to be safe and effective in adults, children aren't yet eligible to be vaccinated. A pediatrician answers some of the most common questions she's hearing from parents about kids and COVID-19 vaccines.
Your lungs work hard. Having clean air helps prevent illness and reducing transmission of viruses, such as COVID-19. Here's some ideas for improving the air quality in your home.