Jason Pratt @jasonpratt
I'm the social media specialist at Mayo Clinic in Florida, working with the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media. (Located in Jacksonville, FL.) Love technology, live music, the outdoors, sunshine and Pearl Jam.
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Mayo Clinic’s daily Facebook posts typically include health and wellness tips, events, information on latest treatment options, research updates and patient stories.
If you’ve “liked” our Mayo Clinic page, you’re probably only seeing a small fraction of these posts. Here’s why:
Most of us have accumulated hundreds of friends on Facebook and have “liked” several businesses or organizations. So at any one time Facebook’s algorithm is choosing from among 1,500 items could put into our News Feeds, and preference is given to posts from friends vs. the Pages you've liked.
As illustrated in the graphic, here are the 3 things you can do right now, to make sure you don’t miss out on our Mayo Clinic Facebook Posts:
We are very thankful for our Facebook community and strive each day to provide you with the best health care related content that is topical and important to you, your friends and your family. Thank you and Like on!
Hello Frank. Unfortunately, we cannot diagnose conditions, provide second opinions or make specific treatment recommendations through this correspondence. If you would like to seek help from Mayo Clinic, please call one of our appointment offices (Arizona: 800-446-2279 Florida: 904-953-0853 Minnesota: 507-538-3270).
However, here is some information on ulcerative colitis that may be helpful to you: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/ulcerative-colitis/basics/definition/con-20043763