Medical Marijuana: Mayo Clinic Radio
Addiction specialist Dr. Jon Ebbert explains how medical marijuana is being used to treat disease symptoms and pain. This interview originally aired Sept. 24, 2016.
Medical marijuana: Mayo Clinic Radio
Dr. Jon Ebbert, an addiction specialist at Mayo Clinic, explains how medical marijuana is used to treat pain and disease symptoms. This interview originally aired Aug. 18, 2018.
Weight Loss After Breast Cancer – Mayo Clinic
A diagnosis of breast cancer can be very difficult. Surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and facing such a serious illness may make some women feel like they’ve lost control of their lives. Those feelings are very common. [More]
Mayo Clinic Minute: The facts about 3 flu vaccine myths
Every influenza season, millions of Americans decide to skip the flu shot based on false information. Dr. Gregory Poland, Director of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, is one of the world’s leading experts on vaccines [More]
Weight Loss Surgery Options – Mayo Clinic
Weight Loss Surgery — America’s curiosity about it has expanded with our waistlines. However, even with obesity at epidemic proportions, it’s a drastic decision that patients and their doctors have to weigh very carefully. Here’s [More]
Flu season 2018-19 and vaccine hot topics: Mayo Clinic Radio
On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Gregory Poland, director of the Vaccine Research Group at Mayo Clinic, discusses the importance of the flu vaccine and other vaccine topics. This interview originally aired Nov. 17, [More]
Lyme Disease: Mayo Clinic Radio
Parasitologist Dr. Bobbi Pritt has an update on the Lyme disease predictions for 2017. This interview originally aired April 22, 2017.
Stop Smoking – Why is it so hard? – Mayo Clinic
For some people it is very hard to stop smoking. In this video experts from the Mayo Clinic explain why. The video illustrates the way in which cigarettes deliver nicotine to the brain causing changes [More]
Mayo Clinic Minute: Avoid opioids for chronic pain
Pain is real and a major issue in America. According to the National Institutes of Health, pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined, and chronic pain is the most common cause [More]