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Your quick listen on the top questions, and expert answers in managing your health.

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    Chronic kidney disease and the transformative power of transplant

    A diagnosis of chronic kidney disease can lead to unanswerable “what ifs,” urgent lifestyle changes, anxiety and depression. In this episode of “Read. Talk. Grow.”, author Abby Jimenez explains her portrayal of kidney disease in her book “Yours Truly” as well as her own diagnosis. Dr. Mira Keddis lends her…
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    Flipping the script on menopause

    Many people view menopause with dread — or live in denial that it will ever happen. Kirsten Miller, author of “The Change,” and Dr. Paru David argue that menopause does not have to be a time of gloom and doom. It’s not a disease; it’s a stage of life, and…
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    How to survive — or even thrive — as a medical professional

    Medical school, residency and working in medicine can be tough — or even traumatic. The exhaustion and burnout can be worse for those from underrepresented groups in medicine (like women and people of color) or those working in certain specialties (like cancer care). Dr. Anthony Chin-Quee’s memoir “I Can’t Save…
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    Why you are so stressed and how to reduce it

    Stress will ALWAYS be a reality in our lives, so what can we do about it? Dr. Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, explains the origins of stress in our brains and offers excellent insight on managing or eliminating it to live a healthier life. Relevant reading…
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    What is good health?

    What, really, does it mean to be in good health? Is it the absence of disease? Or is it where your mind, body, and spirit are all functioning well? In this episode, Dr. Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at @MayoClinic, talks through the true meaning of good health and healthiness…
  • While historically there has been limited inclusion of racial and ethnic minorities in research studies and clinical trials, critical strides have been taken in medicine to  increase representation to help address health disparities and inequities. Gaining  diverse perspectives in research provides an opportunity to enhance our understanding of the unique challenges faced…
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    Healing from cleft lip and cleft palate

    Having a baby born with a cleft can be upsetting, but cleft lip and cleft palate are among the most common birth defects, and both can be corrected. Cleft lip and cleft palate are openings or splits in the upper lip; the roof of the mouth, or palate; or both. Cleft lip…
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    So your kid won’t sleep — addressing common childhood sleep problems

    The amount of sleep you need depends on various factors — especially your age. While sleep needs vary significantly among individuals, there are general guidelines for different age groups. For kids, getting the recommended amount of sleep on a regular basis is linked with better health, including improved attention, behavior,…
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    Getting kids involved in the kitchen

    If your child is a picky eater, the battle over healthy foods can be a challenge. Being fussy about food is common in toddlers and small children, but parents can try some tips and tricks to introduce new foods. One approach to improving eating habits is to get kids…
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    Is it better to be fit but fat or out of shape but lean?

    It’s the age-old question: which is more important, being at a healthy weight or being in shape? Join Stephen Kopecky, M.D., Preventative Cardiologist at @MayoClinic, as he goes over a few reasons and tips on why it’s more important to be physically active than to be at a healthy weight,…
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    Ask the Mayo Mom: Iodine IQ

    In the U.S., iodine is somewhat taken for granted. However, it’s an important thing to keep an eye on because globally, iodine deficiency, especially during pregnancy and the first few years of life, is the leading cause of intellectual impairment. In this episode of Ask the Mayo Mom, we’re talking…
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    Equity in Every Season: Navigating Cold, Flu, and COVID Disparities

    Flu and cold season is an annual concern for people around the world. Specifically in the United States, there are massive disparities in both care and outcomes for communities of color related to both diagnosis and treatment of flu and cold. On this episode of the RISE for Equity podcast, Dr. Nusheen Ameenuddin…