News from the Editor

  1. Mayo Clinic experts provide overview of latest clinical information on monkeypox [PDF]
  2. Diets higher in calcium and potassium may help prevent recurrent symptomatic kidney stones [PDF]
  3. Ochsner Study Shows that Social Circumstances Have Outsized Impact on Hypertension Control [PDF]
  4. New Analysis Finds No Correlation Between Intake of Refined Grains and Type 2 Diabetes [PDF]
  5. Machine-learning algorithms can help health care staff correctly diagnose alcohol-associated hepatitis, acute cholangitis [PDF]
  6. Patients with mitral annulus calcification at higher risk of heart valve and cardiovascular disease, Mayo Clinic research finds [PDF]
  7. Mayo Clinic research finds AI-enabled ECGs may identify patients at greater risk of stroke, cognitive decline [PDF]
  8. Mayo Clinic study confirms living kidney donor surgery is low risk for most patients [PDF]
  9. Study shows a new scoring system can help clinicians predict 30-day mortality risk for patients with alcohol-associated hepatitis [PDF]
  10. Study finds that patients with alcohol-associated cirrhosis have worse outcomes in recovering from critical illness, compared with other cirrhosis patients [PDF]
  11. Direct oral anticoagulants significantly decrease recurrent venous thrombosis for adult cancer patients, Mayo Clinic study finds [PDF]
  12. New study highlights need for prevention efforts to address causes of cardiovascular disease in African Americans in Minnesota [PDF]
  13. Primary care clinicians adjust recommendations for colorectal cancer screening to accommodate patient needs and preferences, study finds [PDF]
  1. Health Care Provider Characteristics Associated With Colorectal Cancer Screening Preferences and Use [PDF]
  2. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Variation in Heart Failure Risk by Age, Sex, and Ethnicity: The HIV HEART Study [PDF]
  3. Sex and race disparities found in management of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in the hospital [PDF]
  4. ECG-Based AI Algorithm Aids in Prediction of Long-term Mortality After Cardiac Surgery [PDF]
  5. Antidiabetic Effects of the Senolytic Agent Dasatinib [PDF]
  6. Implementation of a Comprehensive Patient Blood Management Program for Hospitalized Patients at a Large United States Medical Center [PDF]
  7. Titer Matters: Successful First Use of Super High-Titer Convalescent Plasma (Vax-plasma) in a B-Cell Depleted Patient With Refractory COVID-19 [PDF]
  8. Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Liberation and Outcomes of Critically Ill Patients With Acute Kidney Injury [PDF]
  9. Supplemental Cancer Screening for Women With Dense Breasts [PDF]
  10. Acute Kidney Injury in Severe COVID-19 Has Similarities to Sepsis-Associated Kidney Injury [PDF]
  11. WCM-Q research: action required to reduce risk of pulmonary embolism in pregnant and post-partum women [PDF]
  12. Rapid exclusion of COVID-19infection using AI, EKG technology [PDF]
  13. Mayo Clinic study provides clarity on use of anticoagulants in gastrointestinal cancers [PDF]
  14. Post COVID-19 Syndrome (Long Haul Syndrome) [PDF]
  15. Cologuard® Most Cost-Effective CRC Screening Test in Medically Underserved Alaska Native People [PDF]
  16. Is a Calorie a Calorie? Not Always, When It Comes to Almonds [PDF]
  17. Perceived Intrusiveness of Remote Digital Diabetes Monitoring [PDF]
  18. Age-Stratified Sex-Related Differences in Acute MI [PDF]
  19. Maximal Exercise Capacity and Hospitalization for COVID-2019 [PDF]
  20. Outcomes of COVID-19 With the Mayo Clinic Model of Care and Research [PDF]
  21. Physical Activity and Mortality Across Levels of Adiposity [PDF]
  22. Foster Well-being Throughout the Career: Physician Resilience Training Foster Well-being Throughout the Career: Physician Resilience Training [PDF]
  23. Study finds antibiotics before age 2 associated with childhood health issues [PDF]
  24. Pollution is associated with an increased risk of stroke, major bleeding and mortality in patients with atrial fibrillation [PDF]
  25. Analyzing web searches can help experts predict, respond to COVID-19 hot spots [PDF]
  26. Opioid Patient Protection Recommendations accepted for publication in Mayo Clinic Proceedings [PDF]
  27. Authoritative New Analysis Links Increased Omega-3 Intake to Cardio Protection and Improved Cardiovascular Outcomes [PDF]
  28. Many Women Suffering from Severe Migraine Might Avoid Pregnancy, but Should They? [PDF]
  29. Therapy Dogs Offer New Fibromyalgia Management Option [PDF]
  30. Mayo Finds Convalescent Plasma Safe for Diverse Patients with COVID-19 English [PDF] | Spanish [PDF]
  31. The More You Know: How Better Understanding of Transgender and Nonbinary Biology Benefits Those Patients [PDF]
  32. Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessment Improves Accuracy of Health Predictions [PDF]
  33. Marked Up-Regulation of ACE2 in Hearts of Patients with Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Implications for SARS-CoV-2-Mediated COVID-19 [PDF]
  34. Mayo Clinic offer guidance on treating COVID-19 patients with signs of acute heart attack [PDF]
  35. False-negative COVID-19 test results may lead to false sense of security [PDF]
  36. In Utero Regenerative Therapy for Myelomeningocele [PDF]
  37. ACEI and ARB Antihypertensives in COVID-19 [PDF]
  38. Possible COVID-19 Pharmacotherapies and QTc/TdP Liability [PDF]
  39. Mayo Clinic Announces 'Playbook' For Combatting Opioid Crisis [PDF]
  40. Homeless People Receive Less Treatment In Hospitals For Heart Attacks, Have Higher Readmission Rates [PDF]
  41. Can Pain Management Be Safely Optimized In Older Adults? [PDF]
  42. Endothelial vascular function as a surrogate of vascular risk and aging in women [PDF]
  43. Sex-specific human cardiomyocyte gene regulation in lv pressure overload (English) [PDF] (German) [PDF]
  44. High cost of insulin has life-or-death implications for diabetic patients [PDF]
  45. Keep exercising: New study finds it's good for your brain's gray matter [PDF]
  46. Diabetes alone can lead to heart failure, population study shows [PDF]
  47. Injury Rate and Patterns in Group Strength-Endurance Training Classes [PDF]
  48. First Report of Autologous Adipose Tissue-Derived Stem Cells in the Treatment of Paralysis Due to Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury [PDF]
  49. Perceived Electronic Health Record Usability and Professional Burnout [PDF]
  50. Comorbidities As Risk Factors for Rheumatoid Arthritis [PDF]
  51. Glomerular Filtration Rate, Cardiac Biomarkers and Cardiovascular Outcomes [PDF]
  52. Sea Change for Marine Omega-3s [PDF]
  53. Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid-Use Disorder [PDF]
  54. Celiac Disease Among Screened First-Degree Relatives [PDF]
  55. Guide to Cannabidiol and Hemp Oils [PDF]
  56. Severe Hypoglycemia and Intensive Glucose-Lowering Therapy [PDF]
  57. Assessing and Counseling the Older Driver [PDF]
  58. Patient-Physician Agreement About Outcomes [PDF]
  59. Cumulative Doses of Ionizing Radiation From Computed Tomography [PDF]
  60. More Aggressive Treatments Needed to Improve 5-Year Survival Rate for Glioblastoma [PDF]
  61. Study fInds Similar Cardiovascular Outcomes for Generic, Brand-Name Drugs for Hypothyroidism [PDF]
  62. Hereditary Cancer Syndromes—Diagnosis and Management Gastrointestinal Cancer Syndrome [PDF]
  63. Hereditary Cancer Syndromes—Diagnosis and Management Breast-Ovarian Cancer Syndrome [PDF]
  64. Renal Infarction in Patients With Cardiac Amyloidosis [PDF]
  65. Relevance of Physical Fitness and Adiposity on Life Expectancy [PDF]
  66. Functional Disability in Rheumatoid Arthritis [PDF]
  67. Women in Japan Are Less Likely to Receive Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Public Places from Bystanders [PDF]
  68. Finding Hope and Healing When Cure Is Not Possible [PDF]
  69. Cognitive Frailty and Mortality: the Role of Physical Activity [PDF]
  70. Muscular Strength and Type 2 Diabetes [PDF]
  71. Physician Well-Being Improving, But Burnout Risk Remains [PDF]
  72. Leprosy in a Midwestern Dermatology Clinic [PDF]
  73. Soft Tissue and Bony Injuries Attributed to Yoga [PDF]
  74. Prediction Tool for Kidney Stones [PDF]
  75. Effect of Exercise and Pharmacological Interventions on Visceral Adiposity [PDF]
  76. Flu Vaccine Is Safe for Hospitalized Patients [PDF]
  77. Mayo Clinic Discovers Biological Markers That Could Guide Prostate Cancer Treatment [PDF]
  78. Exceptional Human Longevity [PDF]
  79. Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Can Improve Cardiovascular Outcomes with the Right Medications [PDF]
  80. Mayo Researchers Develop New Genetics-Based Prognostic Tool for Myelodysplastic Syndrome [PDF]
  81. Opioid Controlled Substance Agreements Safely Reduce Health Care Visits, Mayo Study Finds [PDF]
  82. New COPD Guidelines From International Panel Provide Updated Recommendations [PDF]
  83. Go Outside and Play with Your Friends [PDF]
  84. The Mona Lisa Decrypted [PDF]
  85. New measure of physical activity predicts survival in heart patients [PDF]
  86. Online Searches About Cardiovascular Disease Follow Strong Seasonal and Geographical Patterns [PDF]
  87. Cardiometabolic Risk Reduction Through Recreational Group Sport [PDF]
  88. Long-Term Weight Loss and Metabolic Health in Adults Concerned With Maintaining or Losing Weight: Findings From NHANES [PDF]
  89. Health Benefits of Sauna Bathing [PDF]
  90. Gut Microbial Carbohydrate Metabolism and Weight Loss [PDF]
  91. Myocardial Infarction During Pregnancy [PDF]
  92. Physician Burnout, Well-being, and Work Unit Safety [PDF]
  93. Patients With Short Telomere Syndromes [PDF]
  94. Fetoscopic Therapy: Prenatal Regenerative Medicine [PDF]
  95. Racial Differences in Estimated Fitness and Stroke [PDF]
  96. Nonpsychiatric Medical Intervention and Decisional Capacity [PDF]
  97. Migraine Throughout the Female Reproductive Life Cycle [PDF]
  98. Long-term Changes in Depressive Symptoms and Estimated Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Risk of All-Cause Mortality [PDF]
  99. Online Physician Reviews Do Not Reflect Patient Satisfaction Survey Responses [PDF]
  100. Nonexercise Cardiorespiratory Fitness and All-Cancer Mortality [PDF]
  101. Management of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Women [PDF]
  102. Earlier Trials of Chronic Medical Conditions [PDF]
  103. Changing Incidence and Presentation of Urinary Stones [PDF]
  104. Use of Intravenous Bevacizumab for Refractory Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia-Related Epistaxis and Gastrointestinal Bleeding [PDF]
  105. Use of Opioids in the Treatment of Refractory Restless Legs Syndrome [PDF]
  106. Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide Testing in Asthma [PDF]
  107. Testosterone and Cardiovascular Health [PDF]
  108. Concussions: Perceived and Measured Knowledge [PDF]
  109. Microbiome at the Frontier of Personalized Medicine [PDF]
  110. Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause [PDF]
  111. Researchers from the UCA Prove That Present And Future Cardiovascular Health In Children Is Determined By Their Level Of Aerobic Capacity [PDF]
  112. Cardiorespiratory Fitness Is Essential To Reduce Risk Of Coronary Heart Disease [PDF]
  113. The Aging Neurosurgeon: When is Enough, Enough? [PDF]
  114. Cardiac Rehabilitation Dose and Mortality and Morbidity [PDF]
  115. Physical Activity and Coronary Artery Calcium [PDF]
  116. Low Serum Calcium May Increase Risk of Sudden Cardiac Arrest [PDF]
  117. Statin Use Appears to Reduce Risk of Serious Bacterial Bloodstream Infection [PDF]
  118. Physician Licensing Laws Keep Doctors from Seeking Care [PDF]
  119. Researchers Review Risks, Recommendations for Weight Gain Management in Midlife Women [PDF]
  120. Cognitive and Mobility Limitations and Mortality Risk [PDF]
  121. Effect of Dogs on Human Sleep [PDF]
  122. Comparison of Unsafe Driving Across Medical Conditions [PDF]
  123. Atherosclerosis in Women With Histories of Preeclampsia [PDF]
  124. When Patients and Families Feel Like Hostages to Health Care [PDF]
  125. A child is born, Introducing "Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovations, Quality & Outcomes," a new medical research journal [PDF]
  126. Parkinson Disease and Melanoma [PDF]
  127. Glucose Control, Diabetes Status, and Mortality in Critically Ill Patients [PDF]
  128. Decreasing Patient Stress and Physician Burnout [PDF]
  129. Resistance Exercise and Metabolic Syndrome Resistance Exercise and Metabolic Syndrome [PDF]
  130. Effect of the AHA 2007 Guidelines on the Practice of Dental Prophylaxis [PDF]
  131. Trends of Basal Cell Carcinoma and Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma [PDF]
  132. Enabling Motor Functions via Spinal Cord Neuromodulation in a Human With Paraplegia [PDF]
  133. Skilled Nursing Facility Use and Hospitalizations in Heart Failure [PDF]
  134. Cardiac Rehab and Health Service Expenditures [PDF]
  135. Millennials and Competency-Based Medical Education [PDF]
  136. Treatment for Postmenopausal Women With Osteoporosis [PDF]
  137. Heart Failure: Focus on the Obesity Paradox [PDF]
  138. Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Coronary Heart Disease Risk [PDF]
  139. High School Football and Neurodegenerative Syndromes [PDF]
  140. Cancer History and Worse Noncardiac Mortality [PDF]
  141. Emergency Video Telemedicine for Newborn Resuscitations [PDF]
  142. Strategies to Reduce Burnout [PDF]
  143. Knowing Your Fitness Number Predicts Your Risk for Future Ill Health [PDF]
  144. Organized Sports and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Children [PDF]
  145. Increasing Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation [PDF]
  146. Kidney Function After the First Kidney Stone Event [PDF]
  147. Sudden Cardiac Death of Teen Reminds Physicians of Promises, Challenges of Precision Medicine [PDF]
  148. Sedentary Time, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, and Risk Factors [PDF]
  149. Antidepressant-Induced Female Sexual Dysfunction [PDF]
  150. Walking Throughout the Day Keeps Depression Away [PDF]
  151. Insulin Delivery Recommendations [PDF]
  152. Complementary Health Approaches for Pain Management [PDF]
  153. Electronic Environment and Physician Burnout [PDF]
  154. Experts Take Strong Stance on Testosterone Deficiency and Treatment [PDF]
  155. New Research on Adult-Onset Hypogonadism Provides "Conceptual Framework" for Healthcare Providers [PDF]
  156. Mayo Clinic Introduces Precision Medicine in Psychiatry [PDF]
  157. Use of Glucocorticoids is Associated With Increased Risk of Serious Bacterial Blood Infection [PDF]
  158. Surrogate Endpoints Poor Proxy for Survival in Cancer Drug Approval Process [PDF]
  159. Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Equations Predict Mortality Risk [PDF]
  160. Impact of Migraine on the Family [PDF]
  161. Androgen Therapy and Rehospitalization [PDF]
  162. After Amarin v FDA: What is the Future for Off-label Promotion Regulation? [PDF]
  163. Professional Burnout Associated With Physicians Limiting Practice [PDF]
  164. U.S. Adults Get Failing Grade in Healthy Lifestyle Behavior [PDF]
  165. Whole-Exome Sequencing: A Rational Approach for 'Diagnostic Odyssey' Patients [PDF]
  166. Study Shows Association Among Childhood ADHD, Sex and Obesity [PDF]
  167. Exercise May Help You Survive a First Heart Attack [PDF]
  168. Association of Mild Cognitive Impairment With Exposure to General Anesthesia [PDF]
  169. Continuing Debate Regarding the Validity of the Evidence Used to Create the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Presented in Mayo Clinic Proceedings [PDF]
  170. Study Identifies Medical Specialties Receiving Highest Payments from Manufacturers [PDF]
  171. Newer Blood Pressure Drugs as Safe and Effective as Older Therapies [PDF]
  172. Shingles Increases Short-Term Risk of Stroke in Older Adults [PDF]
  173. Controversial prostate cancer screening can be improved by repeating abnormal tests [PDF]
  174. Women attend less than half of cardiac rehab sessions even with tailored programs [PDF]
  175. Physicians and burnout: It's getting worse [PDF]
  176. What really makes cancer drug 'super responders' exceptional survival stories? [PDF]
  177. Standing and Exercise Linked to Lower Odds of Obesity [PDF]
  178. Cologuard stool DNA test accurate in screening for colorectal cancer in Alaska Native people [PDF]
  179. Troponin T as a Predictor of End-Stage Renal Disease and All-Cause Death [PDF]
  180. Reference Standards for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Measured With Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing [PDF]
  181. Answers to Common Questions About the Use and Safety of CT Scans [PDF]
  182. Run for Your Life and to Prevent Chronic Diseases [PDF]
  183. Antidepressant drug trials criteria not generalizable [PDF]
  184. Next Frontier in Risk Assessment [PDF]
  185. Study Reviews Guidelines for the Treatment of Men with Low Testosterone Levels [PDF]
  186. Study Finds That Testosterone Therapy Is Not Linked With Blood Clot Disorders in Veins [PDF]
  187. Experts Call for "All Hands on Deck" to Tackle Global Burden of Non-Communicable Disease [PDF]
  188. One in 4 People Prescribed Opioids Progressed to Longer-Term Prescriptions [PDF]
  189. Are the Data Underlying the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Flawed? Opposing Views Regarding the Validity of Widely-Cited What We Eat in America and NHANES Dietary Data Presented in Mayo Clinic Proceedings [PDF]
  190. Available Genetic Data Could Help Doctors Choose Safer, More Effective Cardiovascular Drugs [PDF]
  191. Vitamin D Toxicity Rare in People Who Take Supplements, Mayo Clinic Researchers Report [PDF]
  192. U.S. Clinics Avoiding Government Oversight of "Stem Cell" Treatments [PDF]
  193. Effective Leadership: One Remedy for Physician Burnout [PDF]
  194. Science and Medicine Have a 'Publication Pollution' Problem [PDF]
  195. Oxygen Therapy in COPD Patients Is Associated With Burn Injury [PDF]
  196. VA Study Shows Exercise Lowers Risk of Developing Chronic Kidney Disease [PDF]
  197. Oncologists Reveal Reasons for High Cost of Cancer Drugs in the US, Recommend Solutions [PDF]
  198. US Needs a New Paradigm for Primary Health Care [PDF]
  199. Treadmill Performance Predicts Mortality [PDF]
  200. Precision Medicine in Action: Genomic Test Helps Solve Medical Mystery [PDF]
  201. Added Fructose Is a Principal Driver of Type 2 Diabetes [PDF]
  202. Linkage Between Testosterone Therapy and Cardiovascular Risk Rejected in Comprehensive Analysis by Multidisciplinary Experts [PDF]
  203. Influenza and Sepsis: Warning Signs of Severe Sepsis, Septic Shock [PDF]
  204. Body Mass Index May No Longer Be Relevant Indicator of Health [PDF]
  205. TNF Inhibitors May Increase Cancer Risk in the Eye [PDF]
  206. Novel Theory Connects Mothers to Childhood Obesity [PDF]
  207. Combined Behavioral Support and Medication Offers Smokers Best Chance of Quitting [PDF]
  208. Federal Food Program Puts Food on Table, But Dietary Quality Could Be Improved [PDF]
  209. Insomniacs Failing Drugs Have Sleep Apnea [PDF]
  210. Coronary Artery Calcium Predicts Heart Attack Risk Regardless of Age [PDF]
  211. Research Team Measures Multiple Morbidities [PDF]
  212. Study Outlines Pathways to Patient-Centered Access [PDF]
  213. Mayo Clinic Task Force Challenges Some Recommendations in Updated Cholesterol Treatment Guideline [PDF]
  214. Contrary to Popular Belief, More Exercise Is Not Always Better: One in Twenty People May be Overdoing Exercise, Reports Mayo Clinic Proceedings [PDF]
  215. Wellness Coaching Improves Quality of Life, Mood, and Perceived Stress [PDF]
  216. Should You Add Enzyme Supplements to Your Shopping List? [PDF]
  217. New Perspectives on the Current Clostridium Difficile Epidemic [PDF]
  218. Is Being Overweight Sometimes a Good Thing? Data Suggest Higher BMI Protects Against Adverse Cardiovascular Outcomes [PDF]
  219. Physical Fitness May Buffer Some Adverse Effects of Too Much Sitting [PDF]
  220. Sitting Too Much, Not Just Lack of Exercise, Is Detrimental to Cardiovascular Health [PDF]
  221. Cautionary Tales: Mustaches, Home Oxygen Therapy, Sparks Do Not Mix, Mayo Clinic Study Finds [PDF]
  222. Changes in Genetic Testing Recommendations Strengthen Patient Autonomy [PDF]
  223. Physical Fitness is as Important as Body Weight in Lowering Mortality Risk in Men [PDF]
  224. Patients Harmed after Healthcare Providers Steal Patients' Drugs [PDF]
  225. Mayo Clinic First to Show Virotherapy is Promising Against Multiple Myeloma [PDF]
  226. Mayo Clinic Study Finds Nerve Damage After Hip Surgery May Be Due to Inflammation [PDF]
  227. Call for Circumcision Gets a Boost [PDF]
  228. Omega-3 and Prostate Cancer: Examining the Evidence [PDF]
  229. Minority Disparities Evident in Prostate Cancer Survival Rate, Mayo Clinic Study Shows [PDF]
  230. Rise in Heart Attacks After Hurricane Katrina Persisted Six Years Later [PDF]
  231. Large Waist Linked to Poor Health, Even Among Those in Healthy Body Mass Index Ranges [PDF]
  232. Patients With Repeat ED Visits for Opioid Overdose More Likely To Be Hospitalized, Require Respiratory Support [PDF]
  233. Advancements in Multiple Sclerosis Research Hold Promise for Patients [PDF]
  234. Physicians' Stethoscopes More Contaminated Than Palms of Their Hands [PDF]
  235. National Drug Shortages at All-Time High, Threatening Patient Care [PDF]
  236. Obese Americans Get Less Than One Minute of Vigorous Activity Per Day, Research Shows [PDF]
  237. Alcohol and Cardiovascular Health: The Dose Makes the Poison or the Remedy [PDF]
  238. Study Finds Dramatic Rise in Skin Cancer among Middle-Aged Adults [PDF]
  239. Most Practice Guideline Recommendations Based on Less-Than-Ideal Quality of Evidence [PDF]
  240. Elective Early-Term Deliveries Increase Complications for Baby and Mom [PDF]
  241. Chronic Lung Disease Linked to Cognitive Impairment, Memory Loss [PDF]
  242. U.S. Mothers From 1965 To 2010: More TV, Less Housework, And More Obese [PDF]
  243. Fatty Liver Disease Proves to Be a Stronger Independent Indicator of Cardiovascular Disease Than Age, Smoking, Gender, or Other Traditional Risk Factors [PDF]
  244. Taking Guns Away From the Mentally Ill Won't Eliminate Mass Shootings [PDF]
  245. Study Finds High-Risk Travelers Account for Nearly One in Five Persons Seeking Pre-Travel Advice [PDF]
  246. Total Hospital Cost of Robotic or Conventional Open-Chest Mitral Valve Repair Surgery is Similar [PDF]
  247. Statin Medications May Prevent Dementia And Memory Loss With Longer Use, While Not Posing Any Short-Term Cognition Problems [PDF]
  248. More Than 28 Cups of Coffee a Week May Endanger Health in People Under 55 Years of Age [PDF]
  249. Researchers Identify 146 Contemporary Medical Practices Offering No Net Benefits [PDF]
  250. Mayo Clinic Expert Advice Related to FDA Warning on Common Blood Pressure Medication [PDF]
  251. Age and Sex Patterns of Drug Prescribing in a Defined American Population [PDF]
  252. Medical Marijuana Not the Answer for Teens with Chronic Pain, Mayo Clinic Doctors Say [PDF]
  253. Smoking, Sugar, Spirits & 'Sin' Taxes: Higher Price Would Help Health, Mayo Clinic Doctors Say [PDF]
  254. Interventional Stroke Therapy Needs Further Study In Clinical Trials, Mayo Clinic Researchers Say [PDF]
  255. Sharing Examination Questions Threatens Trust in Medical Profession [PDF]
  256. Mayo Clinic Creates Institution-Wide Electronic Prolonged QT Interval Warning System [PDF]
  257. No Link Between Anesthesia, Dementia in Elderly, Mayo Clinic Study Finds [PDF]
  258. Experts Discuss Ways to Embed Patient Voices and Values in Clinical Research [PDF]
  259. Sharing Examination Questions Threatens Trust in Medical Profession [PDF]
  260. Mayo Clinic Creates Institution-Wide Electronic Prolonged QT Interval Warning System [PDF]
  261. Mayo Clinic: New Multiple Myeloma Treatment Guidelines Personalize Therapy for Patients [PDF]
  262. L-Carnitine Significantly Improves Patient Outcomes Following Heart Attack [PDF]
  263. Mayo Clinic Study: Physician Spouses Very Satisfied in Relationships [PDF]
  264. Does Electroencephalography Provide a 'Window to the Brain' for the Neurologically Ill? [PDF]
  265. Mayo Clinic: Skin Problems, Joint Disorders Top List of Reasons People Visit Doctors [PDF]
  266. Microscopic Blood in Urine Unreliable Indicator of Urinary Tract Cancer [PDF]
  267. Resident Fatigue, Stress Trigger Motor Vehicle Incidents, Mayo Clinic Poll Finds [PDF]
  268. The Greatest Medical Resource You've Never Heard Of: Rochester Epidemiology Project NIH-funded patient record research pool nears age 50 — and is still growing [PDF]
  269. Resolving Conflicts Over End-of-Life Care: Mayo Experts Offer Tips [PDF]
  270. Minimally Invasive Technique for Lymph Node Dissection in Breast Cancer Has Advantages Over Conventional Surgery [PDF]
  271. Mayo Clinic Physicians ID Reasons for High Cost of Cancer Drugs, Prescribe Solutions [PDF]
  272. Mayo Clinic Suicide Prevention Expert Outlines New Steps to Tackle Military Suicide [PDF]
  273. Does Gallows Humor Among Physicians Encourage Accusations of Murder and Euthanasia? [PDF]
  274. Off-Label Drug Use Common, but Patients May Not Know They're Taking Them, Mayo Finds [PDF]
  275. Health Care Organizations Find Risks and Opportunities in the Quest for Reduced Costs and Improved Quality [PDF]
  276. Wireless Fast-Scan Cyclic Voltammetry to Monitor Adenosine in Patients With Essential Tremor During Deep Brain Stimulation [PDF]
  277. Rheumatoid Arthritis Takes High Toll in Unemployment, Early Death, Mayo Clinic Finds [PDF]
  278. Severe Spruelike Enteropathy Associated With Olmesartan [PDF]
  279. Excessive Endurance Training Can Be Too Much of a Good Thing, Research Suggests Regular, Moderate Exercise Most Beneficial, Mayo Clinic Proceedings Reports [PDF]
  280. Mayo Clinic IDs Immune System Glitch Tied to Fourfold Higher Likelihood of Death [PDF]
  281. Journals and Pharma Collaborate on New Recommendations to Close Credibility Gap in Industry-Sponsored Research [PDF]
  282. Computer use and exercise combo may reduce the odds of having memory loss, Mayo Clinic finds [PDF]
  283. Mayo Clinic Study Finds Dramatic Rise in Skin Cancer in Young Adults [PDF]
  284. Mayo Clinic Proceedings Essential to Clinical Practice, According to New Survey [PDF]
  285. Health Care Professionals Undergoing Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment for Opioid Addiction Should Not Return to Clinical Practice: Abstinence Therapy Safer, Preferable [PDF]
  286. New Treatment May Reduce Opioid-Induced Constipation in Critical Care Patients [PDF]
  287. Young Children Exposed to Anesthesia Multiple Times Show Elevated Rates of ADHD [PDF]
  288. Mayo Clinic Studies Identify Risk Factors in Rising Trend of Liver Cancer [PDF]
  289. New Era, New Look and New Publisher for Proceedings [PDF]