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    Forget Photoshop: Learn to embrace the unique and real you

     “You look like you gained some weight.” This comment by a family member instantly made me feel self-conscious. It was around the holidays, and instead of enjoying the company of loved ones, I found myself eyeing each side dish like an adversary. While passing by mirrors, I secretly peeked at…
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    For this Mayo Clinic expert, pancreatic cancer is personal

    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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    “I’m happy to be a new mom. But why am I feeling so sad?”

    Whether it’s your first or third, the birth of a baby can trigger a jumble of powerful emotions, from excitement and joy to fear and anxiety. Many of these emotions are caused by physical changes including changes in hormones, interrupted (and lack of) sleep and a change in diet and…
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    What is the one key to a successful diet?

    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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    Tick-borne disease testing

    Ticks are found in every U.S. state, and different tick-borne illnesses are found in different parts of the country. Lyme — which is caused by four main species of bacteria — is the most common tick-borne disease. But ticks carry many other pathogens that can cause disease. In this Answers…
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    Practical approaches to breastfeeding

    Breastfeeding can be challenging, but help is available for new mothers. Lactation consultants, either at the hospital or through organizations like La Leche League, can help with learning the positions that work best mom and baby, and offer tips that can help with learning this new skill of breastfeeding. While breastfeeding…
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    Ask the Gynecologist: Is abortion illegal?

    In this recurring guest column, Kate White, M.D., of Boston Medical Center, answers your questions on all things gynecology. As the author of the Mayo Clinic Press book Your Sexual Health, she’s ready to dole out wisdom on sex, periods, menopause and more. Submit a question here.
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    7 steps to better nutrition habits for cancer survivors

    Jessica Saenz
    Diet and nutrition are key aspects of good health for everyone. But for people living with cancer, it can mean healthier years ahead. Making the change to a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle isn’t always easy, especially when breaking lifelong habits, but slow and consistent changes can help. “Cancer is…
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    Support group buoys young adults with cancer

    Nicole Brudos Ferrara
    Social Worker Melody Griffith joined Mayo Clinic in 2016 to support the Lymphoma Care team in Arizona. She found herself working with many young adults with cancer. “I quickly realized that it is much different to have a cancer diagnosis as a young person than as an older person,” she…
    A growing number of people are dying from antibiotic-resistant infections. These infections are fueled by microbial species that are mutating to evade the drugs developed to destroy them. More than 1.2 million people worldwide died in 2019 from antibiotic-resistant infections.  In response, a team of researchers from …