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August 10, 2021 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 8/9/2021

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

COVID-19 has once again taken almost all the headlines. However, research and expertise across the vastness of medicine still continues. Those stories are at the top — dancing after menopause, hemp seeds for inflammation, ‘brain orgasms’, and more. Then read on for the latest understanding in why the delta variant spreads even among vaccinated people, […]

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Tags: Abinash Virk, Ala Dababneh, Angela Dispenzieri, antibodies, arthritis, Arya Mohabbat, cancer, cardiology, chemotherapy, COVID-19, dementia, Devang Sanghavi


July 26, 2021 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 7/26/2021

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

Mayo Clinic expertise has a consistent footprint in the news in 2021. This week’s topics include data security and interoperability; some lesser discussed COVID-19 related topics: language development, booster vaccines for immunocompromised individuals, portable air filters; as well as early onset dementia, and the need for diversity among bone marrow donors. Vaccines are highy unlikely […]

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Tags: Aaron Krych, acute kidney injury, Ahmad Nassr, antibodies, arthritis, artificial intelligence, big data, biomarkers, bone marrow transplant, Brian Weinshenker, Bruce Johnson, Bruce Sutor


February 22, 2021 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 2/22/2021

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

Over the last week, Mayo Clinic researchers and expertise have been cited in wide range of news stories, from the ever present COVID-19 to telehealth, participation in cancer clinical trials, creatine supplements, artificial intelligence and more. Read on for headlines, excerpts and links. Telehealth research & key resources: Research findings American Medical Association, 2/19/2021 Telehealth […]

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Tags: Andrew Jagim, angioplasty, artificial intelligence, Bernard Gersh, blood pressure, Brian Pickering, cancer, CAR T-cell therapy, CAR-T, cardiology, cardiovascular medicine, clinical trials


October 26, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 10/26/2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

At Mayo Clinic, patient care is evidence-based, meaning research drives the practice of medicine. Our scientists and clinician researchers are at work across the spectrum of health and the delivery of health care, seeking better outcomes and enhanced experiences while managing the total costs of care. Curable dementia, pot and opioids, childcare during COVID-19, and […]

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Tags: Alzheimer's disease, Andrew Badley, artificial intelligence, autoimmune disorder, biomarkers, cardiovascular medicine, Charles Adler, clinical research, clinical trials, COVID-19, David Knopman, dementia


October 21, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Early data on managing COVID-19 in pregnancy

By Advancing the Science contributor Advancing the Science contributor (@advancingthescience)

By Jay Furst The COVID-19 pandemic has added a new and hard-to-answer concern for pregnant women: Does COVID-19 pose greater risks for the mother during pregnancy? Kavita Narang, M.D., a fellow in the Mayo Clinic Division of Maternal and Fetal Medicine, recently co-authored a review in Mayo Clinic Proceedings on COVID-19 and pregnancy. The review […]

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Tags: COVID-19, Elizabeth Enninga, gynecology, Kavita Narang, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, obstetrics, preeclampsia, pregnancy, women's health


September 25, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 9/25/2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

COVID-19 still is holding a spot in the headlines, and probably will for at least the next year or so. But more and more there is re-emerging interest in other health care research. In this post, you’ll find Mayo Clinic Research and research experts cited on Alzheimer’s, opioids, artificial intelligence and physician burnout, seafood and […]

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Tags: Andrew Badley, artificial intelligence, big data, bile duct cancer, Bobbie Gostout, brain, cancer, cardiology, cardiovascular disease, cholangiocarcinoma, clinical research, clinical trials


September 18, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 9/18/2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

Allure Magazine, KAAL-TV, The Scientist and Yahoo! are just a few of the outlets that were talking this week with Mayo Clinic researchers and about Mayo Clinic Research. Read on for national and international news on COVID-19, cancer, disparities in health care access and outcomes, the relationship between migraine and pregnancy, vaping and more. Coffee […]

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Tags: Andrew Rule, cardiology, Charles Loprinzi, chemotherapy, Christopher Mackintosh, colorectal cancer, COVID-19, Dawn Davis, Gregory Poland, health disparities, hormones, influenza


August 26, 2020 · Leave a Comment

Mayo Clinic Research in the news — 8/26/2020

By Elizabeth Zimmermann Elizabeth Zimmermann (@elizabethzimmermann)

Although it hasn’t even been a week, many news outlets have featured Mayo Clinic Research and our research experts in articles across a broad range of topics. In order not to overload – it really is shaping up to be an interesting week – we’ll save COVID-related news for another day. Read on to hear […]

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Tags: Allisa Song, Alzheimer's disease, animal model, Clifford Jack Jr., dogs, fibromyalgia, hypertension, liver disease, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, medical research education, menopause


May 21, 2019 · Leave a Comment

A pregnant pause

By Caitlin Doran Caitlin Doran (@caityrosey)

In many states, women can expect pregnancy to restrict their advance directives. Search online for what to do when getting ready for baby and you’ll find endless checklists of essentials every parent needs, from onesies and diapers to high tech strollers and baby monitors. The best lists also mention an important legal document that expectant […]

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Tags: advance directive, biomedical ethics, Erin DeMartino, pregnancy, Richard Sharp


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