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Trying new fruits and vegetables from a local farmers market is one of summer's joys and a good way to eat healthy foods. Try this asparagus recipe to get you started.
Hear about a diet plan that seems too good to be true? It probably is. Learn the signs of a fad diet and three key elements in all healthy plans.
Don't let back pain slow you down. Learn how to stretch and strengthen your back properly to keep you moving.
Lynda Rassbach no longer is missing life's important moments. Read about her journey to diagnoses of bile acid absorption and ulcerative colitis, and how answers and treatments she got restored her freedom.
Clara Louis couldn't wait to be born — she came eight weeks early. But her mom had a team of doctors ready at the bedside and 50 miles away for this special delivery.
Molly Slama's pregnancy was considered high risk because of previous miscarriages. But she discovered the obstetrics nursing experience of nurse-midwives, in addition to caring for women through all ages and stages of life, fit her situation well.
Thinking about trying a gluten-free diet? Learn why it's not necessarily a healthy option for everyone.
During her second pregnancy, Briana Rachick worked full time while organizing a hectic household and chasing around her 3-year-old. She enrolled in Mayo Clinic OB Nest for a more convenient and time-saving prenatal care option. Learn about Briana's journey, which combined traditional prenatal care office visits with in-home monitoring.
About 80% of adults experience back pain at some time in their lives. For most people, it will go away on its own in four to six weeks with self-care. So, how do you know when to see your doctor about your back pain? Here's a few causes or symptoms that indicate it's time to schedule that appointment.
You can call Keith Glasshof the “comeback kid.” The 79 year-old Eau Claire, Wisconsin, resident came back from heart disease twice in one year.
When you travel to another country, one of the most important plans you can make is to see a travel medicine specialist. Here are nine reasons why.
It was a typical summer evening in July 2018. Dan Boswell went home to let the dog out, and then, in an instant, his life changed.