Scientists Try Gene Editing Man's DNA To Cure DiseaseScientists for the first time have tried editing a gene inside the body in a bold attempt to permanently change a person's DNA to try to cure a disease.
FDA Approves First-Ever Pill With Digital Tracking SystemThe decision is considered an unprecedented step in ensuring that patients with mental disorders take their medicine.
Breaking The Rx Code: 2 Websites Aim To Find You Lowest Cost For MedsSome are finding relief and saving money online with prescriptions. Two websites claim to have cracked the prescription pricing code that has for so long been surrounded by mystery.
3 Ways To Ease Your PainAre you struggling? Peter Bedard, author of "Convergence Healing," shares his tips for easing your pain.
Memorial Blood Centers Resources Looks For New Year's DonationsLook to do some good in the world in 2016? Donating blood is an easy way to help ease pain and save lives.
Good Question: How Do You Win A Nobel Prize?What does it take to win a Nobel Prize? Good Question.
Experimental Ebola Vaccine Could Stop Virus In West Africa
PODCAST PAGE: Mayo Clinic 150th Anniversary! 10-10-14 Dave LeeA special broadcast from Rochester, Minnesota for the Mayo Clinic's 150th Anniversary! Click the link above to listen to highlights from the show.
House Leaders Offer Marijuana CompromiseDemocratic House leaders say they have a new compromise proposal on medical marijuana that is unopposed by law enforcement. Their proposal would create a limited clinical trial for children and adults suffering from severe illnesses.
Shakira and Blake Shelton to Perform Together at the ACM AwardsThe two artists will perform their duet "Medicine" live during the 49th annual ACM Awards this Sunday.
Most Doctors At Forum Oppose Medical MarijuanaMost of the doctors polled at a Minnesota Medical Association forum oppose the legislation that legalizes medical marijuana. The bill passes a Minnesota House committee Wednesday, but still has a long road ahead in the Legislature.
New Allergy Tablets May Be Pain-Free Alternative To ShotsForty percent of us suffer from some kind of seasonal allergies. But the best relief - allergy shots injected monthly or even weekly - can be painful. But Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration will consider approving an allergy tablet that gives the same kind of help, but without the pain. After years of suffering, Kris Phillips needs a weekly trip to the doctor to get relief. "My allergies are under control," Phillips said. "I can sleep through the night and not get up 10 different times because I can't breathe."