March 10, 2021

Mayo Clinic News Media Coverage for March 10, 2021

By Emily Blahnik

Newsweek, World's Best Hospitals 2021

NPR, Coronavirus FAQ: Does It Make Your Hair Fall Out?

STAT, For early testing of convalescent plasma, we were ‘building the plane while we were flying it’

USA Today, Widely used convalescent plasma treatment doesn't stop COVID-19 patients from getting sicker, study finds

Washington Post, What really works to help an aging brain. It’s not going to function like it did in your 20s, but there are things you can do.

Washington Post, Can some drugs delay aging? Scientists focus on those that target frailty and age-related disease.

Washington Post, Black women’s health problems during menopause haven’t been a focus of medicine. Experts and activists want to change that.

The New Yorker, The Vaccine Resisters

New York Times, Medical Marijuana Is Not Regulated as Most Medicines Are

Yahoo! Lifestyle, Signs Your Heart's Not Working Properly, According to the Mayo Clinic

WCCO, ‘I Still Can’t Believe People Think This Is Fake’: 8 Months On, Minnesota Man Still Recovering From COVID Bout

Mpls St. Paul Magazine, Keeping the Faith

Pioneer Press, M Health Fairview, HealthPartners, Mayo among health networks freeing up (some) spots for seniors age 65 and over

Star Tribune, Twins vice president/scout Mike Radcliff surviving battle with pancreatic cancer

Star Tribune, Minnesota nearing 70% senior COVID-19 vaccination target

KARE 11, What to know about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

KARE 11, CDC opens door to maskless indoor visits for the vaccinated, but long term-care residents must wait

KSTP, Minnesota Senate bill could increase spinal cord research funding

Post-Bulletin, A year ago, Olmsted diagnosed its first COVID-19 case. Additional coverage: KROC-Radio

Post-Bulletin, Rochester artist finding his voice with web series

KIMT, Mayo Clinic doctors say fewer colonoscopies have been done due to pandemic

KIMT, Mayo expanding Express Care hours at North Rochester location

KTTC, Health officials: Young and healthy should still get vaccine. Additional coverage: WEAU Eau Claire, KAAL, KIMT

KAAL, Study shows increased loneliness and social issues, during pandemic. Additional coverage: KROC-Radio, KIMT

KAAL, What to do if you are allergic to the Covid vaccine

KAAL, Johnson & Johnson vaccine: Is it really so different?

KAAL, Vaccine misinformation continues to spread across social media

Duluth News Tribune, Bender: In cancer fight, I'm one of the lucky ones

KEYC Mankato, Johnson & Johnson vaccine: What you need to know. Additional coverage: South Florida Reporter

Mankato Free Press, CPR device will aid Mankato firefighters, patients

Mankato Free Press, Ask Us: A look at COVID patient numbers for Mankato's hospital

KTOE-Radio, Mayo Clinic Made $727M In Profits For 2020. Additional coverage: Bring Me the News, Minnesota 93-Radio, Hot 96.7-Radio

Barron News-Shield, Announce Hometown health grants; Mayo Clinic Health System; maximum grant $25,000

Albert Lea Tribune, Dietitian’s Digest: Yes, you can eat healthy while going out to eat

Austin Daily Herald, PROGRESS 2021: For the patients

Chippewa Herald, Mayo Clinic Health System grant program available to nonprofit orgs

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Mayo Clinic in Mondovi to close Tuesday due to water line repairs

WIZM-Radio, Dr. Sebastian Strobel Mayo Colon Cancer Awareness Month

WKBT La Crosse, La Crosse doctor weighs in on CDC guidance changes for vaccinated people

WXOW La Crosse, State leaders stress the importance of phase II of Prairie Springs Science Center

WXOW La Crosse, Health officials encourage screenings during Colon Cancer Awareness Month

WXOW La Crosse, Women report higher levels of loneliness during the pandemic

La Crosse Tribune, La Crosse County Health Department, area hospitals urge patients to get vaccinated wherever they are able

La Crosse Tribune, Local child care providers and teachers get the vaccine

Greater Milwaukee Today, COVID-19 drugs: What are they and how do they work?

AZ Family, A new housing community in Phoenix features homes that focus on healthy living

AZ Family, Maricopa County hosts events to encourage Arizonans to get tested for COVID-19

Phoenix Business Journal, These Arizona hospitals are among the 'World's Best,' Newsweek says. Additional coverage: KTAR-Phoenix

News4Jax, National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Jacksonville Daily Record, Hospital Trends: Care without leaving home

Jacksonville Business Journal, Jacksonville hospitals among the 'World's Best,' Newsweek says

Atlanta Journal Constitution, Mayo Clinic: 10 ways to control high blood pressure without medication

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Why you shouldn’t take painkillers before your COVID-19 vaccination

Consumer Reports, What You Can Do Now That You're Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Psychology Today, Do You Suffer From Migraine and Another Chronic Illness?

Truman Tribune, ‘4 Under 40’ Honors Truman Resident

CUNY-TV, Multiple Sclerosis

WOOD-TV, Heavy drinking for months, not years, causing deadly liver failure

Rapid City Journal, Woman gets transplant through kidney swap

TCTMD, Big Drops in LDL Cholesterol With Inclisiran, but US Clinicians Still Await Drug’s Approval

HealthDay, Device Used for Thousands of Years Eases Major Cause of Female Urinary Problems

HealthDay, With 3 COVID Vaccines Approved, Is There a 'Best' Shot?

Health Central, Could the COVID Vaccine Affect Mammogram Results?

Verywell Health, Can Non-Vaccinated People Get Vaccinated People Sick With COVID-19?

Radio Health Journal, The Downside Of “Springing Ahead”

Neurology Live, Expanding Research in Autoimmune Encephalitis

AANA, CRNAs at Mayo Clinic Arizona Bring the OR to the ICU to Care for COVID Patients

Radiology Business, Radiologists grab majority share of growing lumbar puncture market, with more on the horizon

Medscape, A Patient Insisted on a Trial. Docs Listened and Saved Lives

Healio, High prevalence of dysplasia among women with SSc warrants screening for BE

Western News, Engineering student and alumnus place top two at Mayo Clinic competition, How we all thrive with a little help from our friends, even during a pandemic

Gulf Today, Get vaccinated, keep neurological issues at bay

AFP Factual, Swollen axillary nodes after vaccination against covid-19 does not indicate breast cancer

Al Jazeera, These drinks protect your health from disease

Al Wasat, The importance of preventing and examining chronic kidney disease

Emirates News Agency, We are keen to provide world-class healthcare services: CEO of Shakhbout Medical City

Clarin, When the nightmare is over

Go Outside, É melhor correr mais rápido ou correr mais distâncias?

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