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    Healthy and Delicious Spiced Carrot Cake Recipe

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    Mayo Clinic recipes and strategies for healthier living. Join Jennifer A. Welper, Wellness Executive Chef, as she creates a crowd-pleasing spiced carrot cake dessert that is wonderfully tasty, healthy, and easy to make. Shopping List: Fat-free plain Greek yogurt, Carrots Check For: Sugar, Canola oil, Eggs, All-purpose flour, Baking powder,…
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    What Causes Ringing in the Ears?

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    Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears. The noise you hear when you have tinnitus isn’t caused by an external sound, and other people usually can’t hear it. Tinnitus is a common problem. It affects about 15% to 20% of people…
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    The Easy & Healthy Recipe for a Southwest Taco Bowl

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    Mayo Clinic recipes and strategies for healthier living. Join Jennifer A. Welper, Wellness Executive Chef, as she creates an easy and deliciously healthy Southwest taco salad chock full of vegetables, lean ground turkey, and flavorful spices to create a mouthwatering yet simple meal perfect for the whole family. Shopping List:…
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    What’s causing you to feel unsteady or off-balance?

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    Balance problems can make you feel dizzy, as if the room is spinning, unsteady, or lightheaded. These feelings can happen whether you’re lying down, sitting, or standing. Many body systems — including your muscles, bones, joints, eyes, the balance organ in the inner ear, nerves, heart and blood vessels —…
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    Five things you didn’t know that will save your life

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    What are the most important things you can do for your health that could someday save your life? Join Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at @MayoClinic, as he goes over five important ways you can improve your health in ways that could potentially save your life one day. These methods…
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    What’s your most important morning ritual?

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    How do Mayo Clinic experts start their day? Discover their secrets for energy-building routines that carry them long past morning.
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    Habits: why are they so hard to change?

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    Habits. We all have them, good and bad. And as you likely know, they’re hard to change! Ever wonder why? *Why do our brains create habits? *Can habits be healthy? *Can you break a bad habit? Join Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventive Cardiologist at @MayoClinic, as he delves into why we…
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    Proper screening is still the best way to prevent colorectal cancer

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    Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, is not unique in the way it forms or spreads. And as the fourth most common type of cancer in the U.S., it isn’t rare. But among cancer types, colorectal cancer is unique in one important way: With regular screening, it can usually…
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    Can you reverse coronary artery disease?

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    Coronary artery disease is a common health issue among aging people, but did you know that it is, to an extent, reversible? Using methods like: *Not smoking *Controlling cholesterol *Losing weight *Exercising *Controlling blood pressure *Controlling diabetes *Following a healthy diet *Managing stress…
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    How do you eat healthy at a restaurant?

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    Eating healthy at a restaurant can be difficult. The USDA states that only 1 out of 500 meals eaten at a restaurant can be classified as healthy! To determine this, they take into account each dish’s amount of: * Calories * Fat * Sugar * Salt So how do you…
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    Dig into the benefits of gardening

    Growing your own food in a garden isn’t a new idea. It was a critical way for ancient people to have access to reliable, nutritious foods. Today there are still many benefits of gardening. The necessity of vegetable gardens has varied through time. Gardening has gained popularity recently, even with…
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    What is the one thing you can do to improve your health?

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    Is there any one single thing you can do that will improve your overall health? * Can a specific supplement make me healthy? * Will one single exercise reverse the aging process? * Is there one superfood that will balance a sedentary lifestyle? Join Stephen Kopecky,…
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    For this Mayo Clinic expert, pancreatic cancer is personal

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    Dr. Mark Truty encourages people to ask a lot of questions after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Watch for the personal reasons he promotes hope when he meets people with a recent diagnosis.
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    What is the one key to a successful diet?

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    What’s the key to a successful diet? A little perseverance can go a long way. A diet is like a marriage: * Find one you love: you know you can stick with it for the rest of your life. * It’s healthy and stable: your diet is…
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    Small steps and changes to live a healthier life

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    What are some small steps and small changes you can do to live a healthier life? It’s the little things that add up. Both in a good way and in a bad way. Try to do more of the little steps that are good, and less of the little…
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    Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Understanding heart testing and evaluation

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    We all associate the heart with life, and it can be stressful to think there might be a problem with your heart. Heart tests — such as an EKG, an echocardiogram, a coronary angiogram and a stress test — are important ways to evaluate the health of your heart if…
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    Can you “catch up” on your sleep debt?

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    Is it possible to “catch up” on sleep you’ve lost? Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. Join Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, as he busts myths surrounding sleep debt and provides information surrounding the importance of sleep. Relevant reading Live Younger Longer Shop…
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    Mayo Clinic Minute: What’s the best sleeping position?

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    Most people spend a third of their lives either asleep or resting, according to the Sleep Foundation. During sleep, the body recharges and repairs itself. And a good night’s sleep often can be determined by what position you are lying in bed. Back-sleepers beware. “I know many people find it to…
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    Mayo Clinic Q&A: Don’t ignore the warning signs of stroke

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    A stroke is a medical emergency, and prompt treatment is crucial. Taking fast action can reduce brain damage and other complications. When a stroke occurs, blood supply to part of the brain is interrupted. Strokes can happen at any age. It’s vital to know the risk factors and to recognize…
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    How do I reverse aging?

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    While there isn’t a way to reverse the aging process, we CAN tell you about ways to slow aging and live a healthier life. Join Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, as he provides tips to achieve a healthier and longer life. Relevant reading Live Younger…
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    Are you getting too much protein?

    Judging by all the protein bars, shakes and powders out there, you could be led to believe that you need a protein supplement. These products claim to curb appetite, help with weight loss and build muscle. But what’s the real story? Contrary to all the hype that everyone needs more…
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    Mayo Clinic Q&A: Immunotherapy for multiple myeloma

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    Immunotherapy uses the body’s immune system to fight cancer, and it’s now a standard treatment option for people with multiple myeloma. Multiple myeloma is a cancer that forms in the type of white blood cell called a plasma cell. In this Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Yi Lin, a Mayo…
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    Lasting physical side effects of cancer

    Cancer and cancer treatments can change how you look and feel about your body. Active treatment is a physically intense journey that can alter your body permanently. You may have scars, changes to your hair and skin, or even lose a body part. Your weight and strength can fluctuate substantially.