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Mayo mindfulness: Improve your well-being


What is mindfulness? Mindfulness is the act of being intensely aware of what you're sensing and feeling at every moment -- without interpretation or judgment. Spending too much time planning, problem-solving, daydreaming, or thinking negative or...

Things you didn't know about cold sores


Cold sores on the lips can be embarrassing and tough to hide, but they're more common than you might think. They're so common, that Dr. Pritish Tosh, a Mayo Clinic infectious diseases specialist, says you might not have a reason to be embarrassed ...

Third vaccination dose urged for youngsters to fend off resurging mumps


PHILADELPHIA--Recent waves of mumps outbreaks like those that hit Penn State students last winter and spring and interrupted Syracuse University's lacrosse season last fall can be blamed not on students' failure to get vaccinated but on the fact ...

Infectious diseases A-Z: Avoid illness during spring break at the beach


March is a traditional travel month for thousands of college students and families as spring break gets underway. And many of those travel destinations include sandy beaches. Dr. Pritish Tosh, an infectious diseases specialist at Mayo Clinic has a...

The other opioid crisis: Hospital shortages lead to patient pain, medical errors


Even as opioids flood American communities and fuel widespread addiction, hospitals are facing a dangerous shortage of the powerful painkillers needed by patients in acute pain, according to doctors, pharmacists and a coalition of health groups. ...

Fewer foreign doctors are coming to study in the United States, report shows


Fearing he would die if he stayed, Mohamed fled the civil war in his home country of Syria, heading to Saudi Arabia where he spent six years working as a physician. While there, Mohamed worked toward his goal of coming to the United States to ...

California's anti-abortion pregnancy centers want the Supreme Court to overturn state notice law


SAN FRANCISCO -- At a faith-based pregnancy center here, rooms are crammed with baby supplies, new and used, for expectant mothers, and a medical office contains equipment to allow pregnant women to view their fetuses. "Life is not about waiting ...

Women's wellness: Infertility causes, tests and treatments


Infertility is defined as trying to get pregnant (with frequent intercourse) for at least a year with no success. Female infertility, male infertility or a combination of the two affects millions of couples in the United States. An estimated 10 to...

Cooper doctors study 'compassion crisis' in health care


CAMDEN, N.J. -- Stephen Trzeciak's obsession with compassion started with his son's seventh-grade cultural geography assignment three years ago. The son asked the father, a critical-care doctor at Cooper University Hospital, for help with a ...

California's tax on millionaires yields big benefits for people with mental illness, study finds


A statewide tax on the wealthy has significantly boosted mental health programs in California's largest county, helping to reduce homelessness, incarceration and hospitalization, according to a report released this week. Revenue from the tax, the...