Imagine being in a checkout line, far from the bathrooms, with an uncontrollable urge to go. Those with fecal incontinence know this feeling too well. Mayo researchers are seeking answers for this common and embarrassing condition.
Two years after a heart attack left him too exhausted to even tend to his garden, Miroslav Dlacic is now about to walk again without becoming worn out thanks to a new method of regenerating heart tissue through stem-cell therapy.
I'm 62, 6'0, 185, and have a painful condition. I just spent 22 hours in the ER over the weekend at Harbor UCLA in Southern California but my problem remains undiagnosed. In April I had a pulmonary embolism, I am positive for Factor V Leiden and am taking 25 mg [...]
I was diagnosed with asthma yrs ago in my 20's ( I'm 52 ) & recently it has started bothering me after many yrs of no inhalers or pills to treat it. Now I'm back on pills, an inhaler & breathing treatments to relieve it. But during a chest X-ray [...]
John Noseworthy, M.D., Mayo Clinic's CEO, says that to create a sustainable health care system, the U.S. must address fragmentation of care, uneven quality, and a reimbursement system that rewards quantity rather than value.