January 26, 2022

Mayo Clinic News Media Coverage for January 26, 2022

By Emily Blahnik

STAT, ‘We must change’: Health systems invest more aggressively than ever in digital health

CNBC, What to do if you can’t get a PCR test — and 2 other doctor-approved Covid test hacks you should know

USA Today, 'How much longer will little kids have to wait?' Doctors send letter to FDA demanding COVID vaccines for kids under 5

NPR, Americans with non-life threatening issues can get hospital-level treatment at home

Washington Post, Ten resources for better living in 2022

Wall Street Journal, Why Tiny Movements Can Get You Back Into Shape

New York Times, Why Does Alcohol Mess With My Sleep?

MarketWatch, ‘Your great-great-great-grandchildren will still be getting immunized against coronavirus’: This Mayo Clinic doctor says it’s too late to eradicate COVID-19. Additional coverage: Daily Mail

MSN, The Mayo Clinic answers your questions about at-home COVID tests. Additional coverage: Boston Herald

Scientific American, A Faster Way to Find Good Medical Treatments Is Gaining Ground

Vox, How to spot the signs of long Covid — and what to do next

International Business Journal, Cancer treatment may inhibit immune response to Covid vaccine [details] . Additional coverage: Times of India, Physician’s Weekly

MPR News, A doctor answers questions on COVID tests, future variants and more

KARE 11, Yes, you can reuse KN95 and N95 masks several times. Here’s how to do it properly

KARE 11, Health officials: Vaccination rates among kids ages 5 to 11 slowing nationwide

WCCO, Mayo Clinic Study: Some Cancer Treatments May Inhibit Immune Response to COVID Vaccination. Additional coverage: MSN, Science Daily

KSTP, Mayo Clinic model shows Minnesota's COVID peak may come next week

Star Tribune, Minnesota's COVID-19 breakthrough cases point to vaccine effectiveness

Star Tribune, When will it be over?

Star Tribune, Don't let winter injuries take you down

Post-Bulletin, Doctors warn: Don't count on getting outpatient omicron treatments

Post-Bulletin, Rochester's Stuart excited to be part of a 'different' Olympic Games

Post-Bulletin, Mayo Clinic is expanding the offerings of its London clinic. Additional coverage: Yahoo! News

Post-Bulletin, Mayo Clinic has 17,000 parking spots, and more are in its 5-year plan

Duluth News Tribune, Health Fusion: Vapers are more likely to get COVID symptoms, Mayo Clinic study shows. Additional coverage: Bemidji Pioneer

KAAL, Mayo Clinic model predicts Minnesota will reach Omicron peak next week

KAAL, Mayo Clinic reflects on two years of COVID-19

KTTC, Local Outlook: Omicron could peak next week according to Mayo Clinic experts

KTTC, Mental health concerns among youth are up. Additional coverage: WCCO-Radio, KAAL, WKBT La Crosse, WEAU Eau Claire, KEYC Mankato, WQOW Eau Claire, WSAW-TV

KTTC, Rochester City Council update: park projects, Chateau Theatre update, Mayo Clinic tunnel approval. Additional coverage: KIMT

KIMT, Mayo Clinic predicts spike in omicron variant cases in the coming weeks

Rochester Magazine, Master Class: How Mayo Clinic genetic cardiologist – and Rochester Taekwondo mainstay – Dr. Michael Ackerman became a master instructor

Bring Me the News, Mayo Clinic expert: Reported COVID cases could peak in Minnesota next week, but omicron may have already peaked in real time

KROC-Radio, Suites At Saint Mary’s Kicks Up the Rochester Hospital Experience

KEYC Mankato, Mayo Clinic experts weigh in on possibility of peak for Omicron

KEYC Mankato, Tips to stay healthy while enjoying the Hockey Day Minnesota fun

KEYC Mankato, Mayo celebrates National Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists Week

Mankato Free Press, Reinforcements on the way: New funding brings more nurses to hospitals amid omicron wave. Additional coverage: Yahoo! News

Albert Lea Tribune, Doctor presents on substance abuse effects for youth

KAUS-Radio, Mayo Clinic’s Predictive Analytics Task Force Anticipates Peak For Omicron Variant Of COVID-19 Coming Soon

La Crosse Tribune, COVID rates still critically high, infections predicted to begin dropping by month's end

WKBT La Crosse, Mayo Clinic Health System shares the impacts that drugs can have on youth

WKBT La Crosse, BA.2 sub-variant of Omicron identified

WIZM-Radio, Mayo experts think COVID has yet to peak in Minnesota. Additional coverage: WXOW La Crosse

PBS Wisconsin, Pandemic propels deaths from drinking

News4Jax, Losing weight for the New Year

Jacksonville Free Press, Cervical Cancer Awareness Month / Mayo Clinic: Screening Can Catch Cervical Cancer Early

WJCT News, Medure brothers launch new restaurant inside Mayo Clinic

Florida Politics, Senate Health Policy Committee says yes to inpatient hospital care at home, hotel

South Florida Reporter, Relationship Between Food, Disease Stronger Than You May Think (Video)

South Florida Reporter, Mayo Clinic Modeling Reveals Expected Peak, Rapid Drop In COVID-19 Cases (Video)

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Study: E-cigarette users with COVID-19 more likely to experience symptoms

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Why Black women need to be screened for cervical cancer. Additional coverage: Medical Xpress

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Relationship between food, disease stronger than you may think. Additional coverage: India.com, Health Europa

South China Morning Post, Lung cancer: why it’s not just smokers who have it, why it is often diagnosed late and how to lower your risk of it if you smoke – by quitting, no matter how old you are

Becker’s Hospital Review, US nearing omicron peak, Mayo Clinic model shows

Becker’s Hospital Review, 113 great leaders in healthcare | 2022

NBC 4, The Keto Diet: Is It Good For Seniors?

Next Avenue, For Solo Agers, A Roadmap for a Secure Future

HealthDay, You Don't Have to Smoke to Get Lung Cancer. Additional coverage: US News & World Report

HealthDay, Brain Implant for Adults With Epilepsy Can Help Kids, Too

Medscape, Survival Improving in Sports-Related Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Medscape, DOACs Should Be Standard of Care in Cancer-Associated Thrombosis

Healio, From assessment to management, how best to care for cancer survivors at risk for lymphedema

Healio, Alcohol-associated cirrhosis linked to higher mortality post-ICU discharge

Healio, Adagrasib active, safe among patients with KRAS G12C-mutated pancreatic, GI tumors. Additional coverage: Cancer Network, OncLive

RY Ortho, Amazingly, only 14.8% of the talus is visible with open surgery

Neurology Today, Why This Neurology Resident Is Not Waiting for Someone Else to Make Change Happen

Su Medico, The undocumented Mexican who is now director of Neurosurgery in the US

Laing Buisson, Mayo Clinic Healthcare enhances cardiac diagnostic capacity

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