What can you do to keep memory loss at bay and sustain mental function for longer? Find out on the Hometown Health blog: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog
More than 5 million people are living with a brain injury in the U.S., according to the Brain Injury Association of America. Annually, the association estimates approximately 3.5 million children and adults sustain a brain injury: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
Stroke symptoms come on suddenly, and there’s an acronym to make it easy to recognize and act on these symptoms: Think “FAST". Learn more: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog
For many people, vacations are great ways to relax, recharge and refresh. But those days away from your normal routine are also an easy time to pack on a few extra pounds. Tips on how to avoid vacation weight gain: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
This quick, zesty vegetarian chili is packed with bell peppers, bulgur wheat, beans, tomatoes and spices. Download the Mayo Clinic App to get recipes and other healthy-living insights delivered to your mobile device.

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Do you forget where you left your keys or glasses, or the name of your favorite coffee shop barista? Try these 7 tips to improve your memory: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
Is urinary incontinence in women treatable? Too embarrassed to ask? We have your answer: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog
Strategies for remaining drug or alcohol free. These actions can help conquer fear and strengthen sobriety: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
Diaper rash can alarm parents and annoy babies, but it usually clears up with simple at-home treatments. If your little one is suffering with diaper rash, try these tips and alternative treatments: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
Colon cancer screening can be an important part of routine health care. If you're not sure which colon cancer screening test is best for you, ask yourself these questions: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
No time to run or running out of time? Tips to balance intense race training with family obligations on the Hometown Health blog: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog #mondayrunday #ECmarathon2017
Why you need vitamin D and how to get it: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
CoolSculpting, is a noninvasive cosmetic procedure that uses controlled cooling to eliminate fat cells underneath the skin that are resistant to diet and exercise. It is easy, painless and effective. To help you use your time wisely, here are 10 things you can do during your procedure: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog
You might not be lifting a pot of gold today, but it's important to remember the importance of safe lifting and carrying techniques to avoid injury: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
We are live at the Wisconsin Sports Show in Eau Claire, WI, with a giant inflatable colon. Dr. Jaime Zighelboim, a gastroenterologist, is giving us a tour.
March Madness has started, which means TV and snacks are likely in the future but there are ways to stay active. Crunches, high knees, squats or stretching while watching the game are a few ways to help you be more active: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
See how to parboil vegetables so this potato cauliflower au gratin bakes in just 25 minutes. Download the Mayo Clinic App to get recipes and other healthy-living insights delivered to your mobile device.

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Ready to get in shape? Read these 5 nutrition tips to maximize your workouts, on the Hometown Health blog: [ Mayocl.in Link ] #hthblog
More than 2.3 million people are affected by Multiple Sclerosis worldwide. MS impacts the brain and spinal cord, causing communication problems between the brain and the rest of the body. Learn more about the symptoms: [ Mayocl.in Link ]
Good night's sleep – good for your health. Getting enough sleep goes beyond helping you feel rested: [ Mayocl.in Link ]