March 17, 2021

Mayo Clinic News Media Coverage for March 17, 2021

By Emily Blahnik

New York Times, Afraid of Needles? Don’t Let It Keep You From a Covid-19 Vaccine. Additional coverage: Chicago Tribune

New York Times, A Year of Risk, Fear and Loss for Families in Medicine

New York Times, Sorry About Your Sleep. Additional coverage: HealthDay, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

CNN, 10 common mistakes in fighting 'coronasomnia' -- the inability to fall and stay asleep. Additional coverage: WTOP, CTV News

NPR, Coronavirus FAQs: Can I Drink Between Vaccine Doses? What Is 'Vaccine Efficacy'?

USA Today, What does victory against the COVID-19 pandemic look like? USA TODAY's vaccine panel weighs in

USA Today, What if you had your choice of COVID-19 vaccine? The differences are small but they do exist.

USA Today, What science has learned works and what doesn’t in COVID-19 treatments

USA Today, Treatment for COVID-19 is better than a year ago, but it still has a long way to go

Washington Post, Can a Vaccinated Person Still Spread the Coronavirus?

Washington Post, Will schools fully reopen? It may depend on whether students have to sit six feet apart.

Wall Street Journal, Biotech Companies Seek to Restore Functions to Spinal-Cord Injury Patients

Wall Street Journal, For These Medical Workers, Housing Near Hospitals Is Just What the Doctor Ordered

Yahoo! News, St. Paul woman gives $60 million gift to Mayo Clinic. Additional coverage: KAAL, Post-Bulletin, KTTC, Pioneer Press, Brainerd Dispatch, Becker’s Hospital Review

Yahoo! News, Area sisters take sharing to a new level with kidney donation. Additional coverage: Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

Bloomberg, Lilly Shares Drop as Alzheimer Data Disappoints Investors

BBC Mundo, Covid-19 vaccine: what are the most common side effects of coronavirus vaccines (and why it is normal to have them)

Star Tribune, Minnesota exceeds 1.1 million COVID-19 vaccine recipients in race against variant

Star Tribune, First sign of South African variant in Minnesota adds to COVID-19 concerns

Star Tribune, Gov. Walz lays out major rollback of Minnesota's COVID-19 restrictions

Star Tribune, Minnesota businesses join mass COVID-19 vaccination campaign

Star Tribune, More women to serve on University of Minnesota's governing board as Legislature elects four new regents. Additional coverage: Post-Bulletin, West Central Tribune, Pioneer Press

St. Paul Pioneer Press, Year of growth for virus models

KMSP, As clocks spring ahead this weekend, Minnesota lawmakers debate whether to do away with clock change

WCCO, With Light At End Of Tunnel, Some Expecting Increase In Social Anxiety With Return To ‘Normal’

KAAL, Mayo Clinic: CDC guidelines a good step forward. Additional coverage: News4Jax, Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, KMSP, KTTC, KGUN Tucson, Post-Bulletin, Bemidji Pioneer, WEAU Eau Claire

Post-Bulletin, Mayo study: mRNA vaccines shield against COVID-19 infection. Additional coverage: KROC-Radio, La Crosse Tribune

Post-Bulletin, A year into pandemic, long-haul patients and physicians look for answers

Post-Bulletin, Mayo Clinic podcast: So much learned in one year of COVID-19. Additional coverage: Duluth News Tribune

Post-Bulletin, Understanding chronic kidney disease on World Kidney Day. Additional coverage: Bemidji Pioneer, West Central Tribune, Medical Xpress

Post-Bulletin, Struggling with the time change? Better sleep hygiene can help

Post-Bulletin, Longtime Mayo Clinic executive Chris Gade retires

KIMT, Mayo Clinic study shows Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 80% effective. Additional coverage: Becker’s Hospital Review

KIMT, Vaccination updates from Mayo Clinic and Olmsted County Public Health

KIMT, COVID-19 side effects so far impacting women more than men

KIMT, Mayo Clinic study says rapid COVID-19 testing is needed to combat health

KIMT, With spring around the corner, here’s your reminder to go through the medicine cabinet at home

Med City Beat, Looking to get the vaccine? Try signing up in more than one place

Mankato Free Press, A year with COVID-19

Mankato Free Press, Emergency physician: Pandemic brought unprecedented collaboration

Mankato Free Press, 'This is going to get real' -- Mayo nurse recalls past year

KEYC Mankato, Mayo Clinic weighs in on COVID-19 vaccine side effects

KEYC Mankato, Pets lead to a healthier lifestyle, Mayo Clinic says

Belle Plaine Herald, Mayo Clinic Health System to Open COVID-19 Vaccination Site in New Prague

Austin Daily Herald, Swift: ‘You should take whatever vaccine is available’

Albert Lea Tribune, Mayo estimates next vaccination priority group to take about a month

Albert Lea Tribune, Mayo Clinic Health System benefits from gifts of Naeve Health Care Foundation, Auxiliary

Waseca County News, Mayo Clinic Health System in Waseca named Top 100 Critical-Access Hospital

La Crosse Tribune, Mayo Clinic Health System La Crosse ranked by Newsweek as one of top 250 hospitals in U.S.

La Crosse Tribune, Government, medical and education officials endorse phase II of UWL's Prairie Springs Science Center project. Additional coverage: WKBT La Crosse

La Crosse Tribune, Mayo receives Outcomes-Readmission Rate Award by the Wisconsin Stroke Coalition

La Crosse Tribune, WATCH NOW: Mayo Clinic health system sign language interpreter

WXOW La Crosse, Mayo Clinic Health System outlines the risk for chronic kidney disease. Additional coverage: Dickinson Press

WXOW La Crosse, Senior Centers provide more resources for people than some think, especially during the pandemic

WXOW La Crosse, Mayo Clinic updates its interactive coronavirus map. Additional coverage: KROC-Radio

WXOW La Crosse, Mayo physician cares for athletes participating in FIS Nordic World Championships. Additional coverage: WKBT La Crosse

WKBT La Crosse, COVID-19: One year later health care workers look back on the challenges, triumphs

WKBT La Crosse, COVID-19 vaccine doses steadily increasing at area health care systems

WKBT La Crosse, Staying healthy during the pandemic

WKBT La Crosse, COVID affecting sleep habits ahead of Daylight Saving Time

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Millions in Wisconsin to be eligible for vaccine starting March 29

WEAU Eau Claire, Pandemic one year: Work from home fatigue

First Coast News, Do needles make you nervous? Here's 3 tips to help you cope before getting the COVID-19 vaccine

South Florida Reporter, What Does The CDC’s New Guidance For People Who Have Been Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Mean?

ASU News, A unique new startup accelerator with Mayo Clinic and ASU is supporting breakthrough innovation in the health care industry

Fierce Healthcare, One year of COVID: John Halamka reflects on how the pandemic spurred collaboration—and a lot of goat grooming

Oklahoma News 4, Why does the second COVID vaccine shot have more side effects than the first? Additional coverage: WJTV

WHYY PBS, Should medical schools require a standardized test for admission?

Greater Milwaukee Today, Updating your medicine cabinet during COVID-19, Daylight Saving Time is almost here: 7 ways to make it easier on your body

CUNY-TV Latinas, Multiple Sclerosis

Insider, The most common causes of bad breath and how to get rid of it fast and easily

Becker’s Hospital Review, NYU Langone taps former Mayo Clinic oncologist to lead radiation department

Verywell Health, How to Manage a Mild Case of COVID-19 at Home

HealthDay, Your Eyes May Signal Your Risk for Stroke, Dementia

HealthDay, Clocks 'Spring Forward' on Sunday: Be Prepared

MedPage Today, Here's Why Viral Vector Vaccines Don't Alter DNA

MedPage Today, Novel Anti-Amyloid Slows Cognitive Decline in Phase II Alzheimer Trial

Medscape, Companies Seek EUA for New COVID Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

Medscape, Docs Rally Behind Minority Medical Grads With Gifts, Support

Sky News, Clocks ‘Spring Forward’ on Sunday: Be Prepared

Yahoo! Canada Sports, COVID-19 vaccines: Your biggest questions, answered

Yahoo! News Malaysia, Why experts think we'll need to vaccinate children against Covid

Outlook India, Pfizer, Moderna vaccines may greatly reduce risk of asymptomatic COVID-19 infection, study says

Jerusalem Post, Orthodox communities got COVID early. We turned tragedy into science

CNA 938, Tracking recipients of COVID-19 vaccines

Reforma, One year after the pandemic

La Terecera, Messenger RNA vaccine against Covid-19 greatly reduces risk of asymptomatic infection and contagion to others

La Opinion, World Kidney Day, a call to health care, Have you noticed these signs? Kidney failure: why it is more important to detect it in a pandemic

Infobae, He took a career, jumped the wall and was captured: today he is a global “brilliant mind”, and Brad Pitt will film his story

La Razon, Sequelae in lungs and even transplants, the new threat after Covid-19

Dubai Eye, Abu Dhabi launches drive encouraging women to undergo colonoscopies. Additional coverage: Gulf News, Early detection and diagnosis reduce risks. Additional coverage: Okaz

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