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Screened devices are part of everyday activities from store checkout to reading on a tablet. There are health benefits to reducing screen time. Here are six tips to help your family trim screen time.
Patients with rash symptoms now can request an on-demand video appointment using the patient portal. Here's how Matt Gauthier used it to quickly get care he needed without leaving home.
Minor health concerns can happen anytime. If you're unsure what to do or who to call, use a free online tool to evaluate your symptoms and receive a care recommendation.
Restless nights tossing and turning can leave you feeling tired. If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, learn how to observe your sleep patterns and try five ways to improve your sleep.
Whether you're a casual or competitive athlete, sports put tremendous pressure on your feet, ankles and legs. Here's how to choose a shoe that best fits your foot.
Virtual prenatal care enables you to take an active role with a unique experience from Mayo Clinic OB Nest. Find out if this program is a good fit for your pregnancy journey.
Think you're ready to take on the challenge to lose the extra weight? This readiness assessment can help you get on track for success.
Help your kids clean up their hand-washing skills before school starts. Here are some tips and a coloring sheet to get them motivated.
During this time of social distancing, learn how video appointments are changing the way you receive care and how you can make the most of your visit using technology.
Does it seem like you are eating all the right foods, exercising and your weight still isn’t going down? If you’re not keeping track of what you’re eating and what you’re doing for exercise, you need to start.
Many aspects impact your mental and emotional health, including worry, mood, sleep, stress, relationships and alcohol consumption. Take a few minutes to answer nine questions that will help evaluate your wellness.
Don't let back pain slow you down. Learn how to stretch and strengthen your back properly to keep you moving.