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Menopause— often called the change of life — is a natural part of aging. Learn about signs, symptoms and treatment options.
A visit to the hospital can be a terrifying experience for children. Learn how Haley Bate, a child life specialist, helps the child and his or her family adjust to and cope with the environment and many events that happen during a visit to the hospital.
A month before her due date, Mary Beth Delong was rushed to the hospital to deliver her baby. When baby Reuben was born not breathing, the OB-GYN team in Eau Claire connected with Mayo Clinic experts via telemedicine to resuscitate him.
You wake up with a scratchy, red eye and goopy drainage — you have pink eye. Find out how self-care at home can be effective in treating this common eye ailment.
You want to eat healthy, but what does “healthy” on a package really mean? How many calories does an item labeled “calorie-free” have? Learn the meanings of common food package claims.
The current school year may not be over yet, but before you know it, it will be back-to-school season. Instead of waiting until later summer to schedule your child’s physical, now may be a better time.
Probiotics can do more than aid digestion. Studies have shown that regularly taking oral probiotics may help prevent recurring vaginal infections. Get tips and precaution for taking probiotics.
Are all the Easter goodies too tempting for your waistline? Hop to success with these six simple tips.
Hoarding used to be referred to as collecting or saving items. Family members were sometimes called pack rats who seemingly never threw anything away. Whatever the term, people who participate in hoarding activities have gone from being virtually unheard of to almost being a household word.
Gyles Randall's troubles started more than 10 years ago with nerve pain through his waist, buttocks, legs, calves and ankles, which he lived with for years until he couldn’t ignore the pain any longer. Like many patients with radiating leg pain, Randall was surprised to be referred to a neurosurgeon. But that referral has made a world of difference for the Waseca man.
You may be unsure of how much you should eat to lose weight, and understanding portions can be tricky. Use these comparisons to help judge a healthy portion.
Event is dual celebration for Cancer Center anniversary and Relay For Life kick-off
As the only accredited epilepsy program in northwest Wisconsin, the accreditation certifies that Eau Claire ca provide a range of medical, neuropsychological and psychosocial services needed to tre...
Unused or expired prescription medications can be disposed of correctly utilizing the free local drop box programs in your community.
OB Shared Care program partners family medicine providers with OB-GYNs.
Mallory Berry, C.N.P., is eager to work with patients and their families to improve and maintain their quality of life.
The simulated scene plays out annually at area high schools in northwest Wisconsin timed close to high-risk periods for drinking and driving, such as prom and graduation.
Abraham Sánchez, P.A.-C., and Amy McAlister, D.N.P., will also provide outreach services to Cannon Falls and Lake City.
Warm weather encouraging athletes to hit the streets earlier this year.
Pause to Give Life will be held at 10:08 a.m. on April 1.
Health-related tips people should be keep in mind when safeguarding their homes and families.
Kendra Kamlitz, M.D., now providing surgery services in Fairmont, with outreach in St. James.
The camp in New Auburn, which runs from Aug. 4–11, is for kids entering sixth through 10th grades.
What can I do with old medications? https://mayocl.in/2IVAhab
Prom season usually means dresses, tuxes and dancing, but sometimes it leads to drinking and driving. That’s what officials behind mock car crashes are trying to prevent: https://wqow.com/news/top-stories/2019/04/24/mock-car-crash-steers-to-deter-drunk-driving/
Now is a good time to schedule your child's back-to-school physical. Learn why it's important to do it early. https://mayocl.in/2HIAblR
Mayo Clinic Health System Employees recently completed Healthy Living with Chronic Pain leader training. This evidence-based self-management program is designed to help those who suffer from pain. To learn more about class offerings, go to the Classes and Events page at mayoclinichealthsystem.org.
Health claims on food packages can be hard to understand. Learn the meanings of common food package claims so you can make wise choices the next time you're at the grocery store. https://mayocl.in/2Gp77x6
To help prevent drug misuse and accidental overdose, expand your spring cleaning to your medicine cabinet in honor of National Take Back Prescription Drug Day on April 27. Learn more. https://takebackday.dea.gov/
April showers bring may…flour-less brownies! Kids were cooking up a storm at My Night to Cook: youth cooking class. Participants learn quick, easy meals and snacks that they can prepare for their family at home. A class favorite were black bean brownies with avocado frosting, as pictured. My Night to Cook offerings are available across the region throughout the year. To find a class near you, visit https://mayoclinichealthsystem.org/
We are a proud sponsor of this event! Do you like winning prizes? Love our planet, state and local resources? Then join the Beaver Creek Reserve Earth Week Challenge April 20-28. Create a team and complete a series of sustainable tasks to earn points. Show proof of completed tasks and be entered to win great prizes. Learn more: https://www.beavercreekreserve.org/events/earth_week_challenge/
Learn how probiotics can help boost vaginal health by providing a natural balance of various types of bacteria. https://mayocl.in/2Gu3B66
Jayne hadn't planned on becoming a volunteer until life slowed down. But then golden retriever Brady joined her family, and Jayne immediately saw Brady's pet therapy potential. https://mayocl.in/2Gv3Qxr
Self-care at home can be most effective in treating this common eye ailment. https://mayocl.in/2PiC4Hq
Are all the Easter goodies too tempting for your waistline? Hop to success with these simple tips. https://mayocl.in/2v7Ndl3
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Mock car crash steers to deter drunk driving during prom: https://t.co/mBEMVg4t5Z (via @WQOW)
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Mayo Clinic Minute: The importance of deciding to be an #OrganDonor while you’re still alive. https://t.co/YW8iSqLDJS
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#BreastCancer warrior chosen as 2019 Big Blue Dragon Boat Festival ambassador. https://t.co/mgr1W8rCO1 via @WXOW
New pink eye research says send kids to school. https://t.co/GBhsZgEydK via @keyc
To help prevent drug misuse and accidental overdose, expand your spring cleaning to your medicine cabinet in honor… https://t.co/xYdPqh6dDN
NIACC student tells his story about living and thriving with #Tourettes. https://t.co/1JxuKLFFSB via @KIMTNews3
Happy workers, positive results: How Chippewa Valley businesses address #MentalHealth of their workforce.… https://t.co/VwfI8UxjHH
Mayo facilities recognized for sustainability efforts. https://t.co/RWeWWiMCGB via @LaCrosseTribune
Based on recent #PinkEye evidence and research, your best option may be to try self-care at home and avoid going to… https://t.co/alYbgtD2sO