March 31, 2021

Mayo Clinic News Media Coverage for March 31, 2021

By Emily Blahnik

Washington Post, Vaccinated adults may have more freedom. But for kids, ‘The rules haven’t changed.’

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

NPR, Immunocompromised And Concerned About The Vaccine? Here's What You Need To Know

The Atlantic, We Need to Talk About the AstraZeneca Vaccine

TODAY, Struggles of COVID-19 long-haulers are focus of new studies

Associated Press, Former Google CEO gives $150M for research in biology, AI. Additional coverage: ABC News, Star Tribune

Associated Press, Oberg undergoes surgery for blood clots in pitching elbow

Associated Press, Sen. Thom Tillis says he’ll have surgery for prostate cancer

Associated Press, COVID vaccine found highly effective in real-world US study. Additional coverage: Washington Post, ABC News, KMSP, KAAL, Los Angeles Times, News4Jax, Chicago Tribune, Star Tribune, WSAW

Reuters, WTA urges players to get COVID-19 vaccine

New York Times, Diagnosis: She Suffered Balance Issues for Years. Was It a Brain Tumor?

FOX News, COVID-19 vaccinations might become mandatory at colleges and universities

Good Housekeeping, Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Safe for Pregnant Women? Here's What Experts Know So Far

Yahoo! Life, Do you need to throw out your underwear every 6-9 months? The answer is complicated.

Yahoo! News, New Mayo Clinic, Thermo Fisher venture to create new medical tests, local jobs. Additional coverage: Mass Device, Post-Bulletin

BBC Mundo, The incredible life of Doctor Q, the neurosurgeon with a "brilliant mind" who escaped from Mexico to the US (and whose story Hollywood wants to take to the movies)

Voice of America, "When I touch the brain, it makes me feel humble": Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa

Entrepreneur, Dr. Q, the farmer who became one of the best neurosurgeons in the world

CNN en espanol, Allergist explains the risks of allergy sufferers with the Covid-19 vaccine

Star Tribune, Our Best Shot: The big risk is in not getting vaccinated

MPR News, ‘Sick for a season’: A glimpse at the road to recovery after a difficult battle with COVID. Additional coverage: Albert Lea Tribune

Post-Bulletin, Why St. Paul philanthropist Helene Houle donated $60 million to Mayo Clinic: 'He firmly believed in Mayo'

Park Rapids Enterprise, What studies show about pregnancy, COVID-19 vaccines

KTTC, MDH, Mayo and Olmsted County talk COVID-19 vaccine. Additional coverage: Star Tribune, KIMT, WXOW La Crosse

KTTC, HANDS-ON LEARNING: Mayo medical school students recount COVID-19 experiences. Additional coverage: KAAL, Action News Jax, KIMT, WEAU Eau Claire

KTTC, VIRTUAL SCHOOL: Southeast Minnesota teen benefits from online setting

KTTC, Luther College student creates tool to help underserved communities get vaccinated

KIMT, While the CDC loosens its restrictions on vaccinated people, Mayo Clinic doctors stress the importance of routine screenings

KIMT, Doctors at Mayo Clinic are answering your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine

KIMT, Mayo Clinic reacts to Minnesota expansion of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility. Additional coverage: Med City Beat

KAAL, Two health care workers reflect one year into pandemic

KAAL, Local health officials excited about expanding vaccine eligibility

KAAL, Pandemic weight gain? You're not alone

KAAL, Local efforts to ensure equitable vaccine distribution

Austin Daily Herald, Mayo Clinic to light buildings in solidarity with Asian community

Owatonna People’s Press, COVID-19 leaves lasting impact on some patients; reasons unknown

Kenyon Leader, Get the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s your turn

Waseca County News, Mayo Clinic: Are you ready to have a baby? Additional coverage: St. Peter Herald, Minnesota plans on offering vaccinations to everyone over 16 on March 30 -- and other things to know, Letter: Get the COVID-19 vaccine when it is your turn, Goodhue County

Mankato Free Press, COVID-19 vaccine appointments fill up fast after eligibility expands

KEYC Mankato, National Donate Life Month: Mayo encourages folks to consider organ donation

Belle Plaine Herald, Mayo Clinic Health System Offering Yoga Therapy Webinar to Help People with Chronic Health Conditions. Additional coverage: Austin Daily Herald, Albert Lea Tribune

Albert Lea Tribune, Ciota to transition out of CEO role at Mayo Clinic Health System. Additional coverage: Becker’s Hospital Review

La Crosse Tribune, Mayo getting Johnson and Johnson doses, patients unable to choose which vaccine version they receive. Additional coverage: WXOW La Crosse, WKBT La Crosse

La Crosse Tribune, Local hospitals receive Johnson and Johnson vaccine, many appointments available at Mayo

La Crosse Tribune, Mayo, Gundersen adjusting visitor policies. Additional coverage: WKBT La Crosse, WXOW La Crosse, WEAU Eau Claire

La Crosse Tribune, Mayo donates to area nonprofits in recognition of Doctor's Day. Additional coverage: WKBT La Crosse

WKBT La Crosse, Is running a good way to lose weight?

WKBT La Crosse, Disposing of drugs the safe way

WKBT La Crosse, The importance of getting regular screenings

WKBT La Crosse, Mayo Clinic Health System announces 2,000 vaccine appointments available this week

WKBT La Crosse, Is laughter really the best medicine? La Crosse experts answer

WXOW La Crosse, COVID-19 vaccine safe for pregnant, nursing women

WXOW La Crosse, Mayo Clinic Health System has openings for those eligible to get vaccine. Additional coverage: WIZM-Radio

WIZM-Radio, Getting in shape with COVID 19

Arizona Republic, Richard Hill, who led the efforts to bring Mayo Clinic to Arizona, dies at 94

KJZZ-Radio, Mayo Clinic Forecast Aims To Predict COVID-19 Hot Spots works.

News4Jax, Medical experts discuss year of battling COVID-19

Action News Jax, Salvation Army awarded $5,000 grant from Mayo Clinic Community Contributions Program. Additional coverage: Beaches Leader

Greater Milwaukee Today, What does the CDC's new guidance for people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 mean?

Houston Public Media, Immunocompromised And Concerned About The Vaccine? Here's What You Need To Know

KIWA-Radio, COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects; Why Second Dose Could Feel Worse

MarketScale, Examining the Vaccine Rollout from a Public Health Standpoint, Chesterton man credits stimulation therapy with keeping seizures at bay

Boston Herald, 5 ways to love your heart

The Athletic, An earthquake, a Twitter storm and a reluctant hero: Inside the 72 hours that saved the 2020 college football season

TCTMD, Meta-analysis Supports Genotype-Guided P2Y12 Prescription for ACS

TCTMD, AI in Cardiology: Where We Are Now and Where to Go Next

MedPage Today, Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment Tied to Suicide Risk

HealthDay, Loneliness in Mid-Life Linked to Higher Odds for Alzheimer's. Additional coverage: US News & World Report

HealthDay, Radiologists Now Perform Majority of Lumbar Punctures in Seniors

Health IT Analytics, Limited Diversity in Genomic Datasets May Impact Cancer Outcomes

Healio, Gastroesophageal reflux disease may contribute to development of lung fibrosis

Healio, Messenger RNA vaccines lower risk for asymptomatic infection, study finds

MedPage Today, Vaccines and Rare Clotting Disorders: What's the Link?

MedPage Today, Triage System Gets High Marks for Ovarian Cancer Debulking Surgery

Medscape, Long COVID Brings Welcome Attention to POTS

Medscape, Time Is of the Essence: DST Up for Debate Again

El Balad, Information you do not know about tuberculosis

Exame, Covid-19: Vacinas com mRNA reduzem risco de infecção assintomática

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