Mayo Clinic Guidelines Cut Some Opioid Prescriptions By Half"The fact that refill rates remained the same is significant because it means we can adequately control most of our patients' pain with these lower doses."
For Singing Surgeon At Mayo Clinic, Music Is MedicineElvis Francois is an orthopedic surgeon doing his residence at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. For Francois, surgery and song go hand in hand.
‘It’ll Be Alright’: Video Of Mayo Surgeons Performing Song Goes ViralAn uplifting song performed by two Mayo Clinic surgeons in Rochester caught on video has struck a chord with the internet.
Tina Smith Leaves Mayo Partnership Board Before Going To SenateLt. Gov. Tina Smith is resigning from the board overseeing the public-private partnership with Mayo Clinic before she heads to the U.S. Senate.
Union Says Locked Out Albert Lea Mayo Workers Will Return TuesdayA group of workers who say they were locked out of the Mayo Clinic in Albert Lea after a one-day strike are set to return to work Tuesday.
Union: Albert Lea Mayo Clinic Locks Workers Out Who Participated In StrikeThe Mayo Clinic in Albert Lea has locked its doors to about 80 workers who participated in a one-day strike Tuesday, according to the union who represents them.
About 80 Albert Lea Mayo Clinic Workers To Strike TuesdayDozens of workers at Mayo Clinic's hospital in Albert Lea plan to strike Tuesday.
Albert Lea Mayo Clinic Workers To Strike Next WeekThe workers say the strike Tuesday is because of changes made by the Mayo.
Mayo Clinic Announces $4.9M Expansion To La Crosse Cancer FacilityThe expansion of a La Crosse Wisconsin area hospital will allow more cancer patients to receive treatment close to home.
Man Meets Woman Who Donated Late Husband's Face For TransplantStanding in a stately Mayo Clinic library, Lilly Ross reached out and touched the face of a stranger, prodding the rosy cheeks and eyeing the hairless gap in a chin she once had known so well.
Jablonski Excited After Mayo Patient Has Paralysis BreakthroughA Mayo Clinic research project could help people with paralysis get back on their feet.
Exercise A Lot? You Could Be At Risk For RhabdomyolysisSome people are heading to emergency rooms because they've pushed themselves too hard during workouts.

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