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Luna may not be a superhero but she's pretty close. Thanks to her warm brown eyes, big floppy ears and calming presence, she helps patients feel more comfortable and relaxed. Read about a day in the life of Luna.
With cold and flu season here, a local health care expert has some helpful updates and reminders for parents to be aware of, especially with the holidays approaching.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation is the growing specialty that treats impairments affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons or muscles. A physiatrist answers some FAQ.
Janice Brien 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.
Got the flu? Don’t worry quite yet. There are ways you can self-manage.
Are you eyeing up the leftover Halloween candy? Or, planning the next holiday feast? These helpful strategies can keep the weight off and still allow you to enjoy the holiday festivities.
Kathy Schmidt is trying new adventures and, most importantly, participating in life again after bariatric surgery. Read about her new outlook on life.
An inguinal hernia isn't necessarily dangerous, but it doesn't improve on its own and can lead to life-threatening complications. Learn about the two general types of treatment options for this common condition.
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.
Vaping first was said to be a safer alternative to smoking tobacco and eliminate the dangers of secondhand smoke. But that was wrong.
Taylor Sturtz, a Project Search graduate, shares how she is handling a rare genetic disorder, overcoming shyness and finding her place.
For many, fall means hunting season, which can pose dangers and send hunters to the hospital or worse. Hunters should ensure they're educated about their surroundings and remember these 11 tips.
This fall, Mayo Clinic Health System Family Birth Centers in Barron, Eau Claire and Menomonie are participating with the Click for Babies program.
Jonathan Zierdt Cancer Fund is partnering with Fairmont to benefit cancer patients in Fairmont and the surrounding communities.
The birth center project include four new rooms for moms and their families, and the pharmacy addition will include a new retail pharmacy and over-the-counter retail products, as well as an expanded i...
Two additional optometrists now see patients at the Eye Care Center in Eau Claire.
Exercise is a collaboration with Martin County Emergency Management, Fairmont Police.
Three additional optometrists now see patients at the Eye Care Center in Menomonie.
While breast cancer is still the most common cancer among women, technology is making the screening process easier than ever.
Patients needing same-day care can walk in, meet with a nurse and be directed to the appropriate care for their needs.
Leah Lindbeck, D.N.P., looks forward to establishing herself in the Cannon Falls community and getting to know her patients.
Awards are based on the results of a quality and accountability study that helps hospitals enhance patient care.
The best way to protect yourself and others from getting the flu is to get vaccinated each year.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R), refers to the medical specialty that treats a variety of conditions including impairments/disabilities affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, or muscles. With so many different conditions treated, it can become confusing to patients seeking care. We asked a physiatrist a few frequently asked questions to help shed some light onto this growing medical specialty. https://mayocl.in/2NJLlcf
Did you know an HPV infection can lead to cervical cancer? Watch this question & answer video to learn how getting an HPV vaccine can reduce the chances of getting cervical cancer. Learn who should get the vaccine and at what age. https://mayocl.in/2rOlFTu
The flu vaccination prevented an estimated 7.1 million people from getting sick from 2017 through 2018 according to the CDC. However, many people still don't believe the vaccine actually works because of the symptoms it can cause. http://bit.ly/2NS6YaD Story from WKBT News8000
You can fight the flu season. Start by learning the facts about influenza and how to help your children prepare for the flu shot. https://mayocl.in/2EEUJuv
Many people lose motivation to stay active in the cold, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Experts at Mayo Clinic Health System recognize that we all are capable of staying warm, as long as we minimize direct skin exposure. http://bit.ly/32NI4gA Story from WXOW
The Wisconsin gun deer season is less than 10 days away. Dr. Paul Molling of Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse, says hunters who aren’t up for their usual routine shouldn’t push it because of tradition. http://bit.ly/2rQEKEJ Story from 1410 WIZM - La Crosse's News Station
Over the past 15 years, Type 2 diabetes has been on the rise. In the past, Type 2 diabetes largely considered an adult form of diabetes. However, it recently is being seen more in children due to the obesity epidemic. Get the facts here. https://mayocl.in/32Lybjt #DiabetesAwarenessMonth
Are you eyeing up the leftover Halloween candy? Or, planning the next holiday feast? These helpful strategies can keep the weight off and still allow you to enjoy the holiday festivities. https://mayocl.in/2zl58Hm
Janice knew there was something wrong and was anxious to get answers about her regular seizures. Enter her care team at Mayo Clinic Health System, ready to listen and provide solutions. Now her seizures are under control and she is able to give back to her community. https://mayocl.in/2Nl99Di
Got the flu? Don’t worry quite yet. There are ways you can self-manage. https://mayocl.in/34WpNz0
Kathy is trying new adventures and, most importantly, participating in life again. After years of health problems and rarely leaving her home, she enrolled in the Bariatric Surgery program at Mayo Clinic Health System to turn her life and health around. Read about her regular bike rides, a whitewater rafting trip and new outlook on life. https://mayocl.in/2POd4tJ
All babies born in November and December at Mayo Clinic Health System in Western Wisconsin will receive a special gift. More than 200 purple hats will be handed to the newborns, but their message is for their new parents. http://bit.ly/3749an1 Story from WEAU 13 News
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Did you know that over 30 million Americans have diabetes? Get the facts about type 1, type 2 and gestational diabe… https://t.co/mm7e6hCNGt
Local nurse's doubts changed about #flu shot; says there's a lot of misinformation: https://t.co/ATYrS57uXN @news8news #vaccine
Dr. Paul Molling stresses #safety so you don’t have to visit him after hunting: https://t.co/YT53kOIaZF @WIZM
Recommendations for staying active in the intense cold: https://t.co/l7pKxOgj8F @WXOW
VIDEO: Did you know an #HPV infection can lead to cervical #cancer? Learn who should get the #vaccine and at what a… https://t.co/IDQaKOCf20
Janice Brien knew there was something wrong and was anxious to get answers about her regular #seizures. Now her sei… https://t.co/oespwiiVXE
RT @MayoClinic: Mayo Clinic and @tpt teamed up to create a three part documentary series called 'The Opioid Fix' which looks at how the #op…
A #diabetes diagnosis can be a challenge for the entire family. Get tips for caring for your loved one with diabete… https://t.co/h4xQB42eVq
An inguinal hernia isn't necessarily dangerous, but it doesn't improve on its own and can lead to life-threatening… https://t.co/DvybFv1Sij
Purple Hat Campaign raises awareness for shaken baby syndrome: https://t.co/p234NKbh9Z @WEAU13News
Kathy Schmidt is trying new adventures and, most importantly, participating in life again. She enrolled in the Bari… https://t.co/xuKUJ0qwrH