Five years ago, Mayo Clinic rewrote a longstanding policy to give researchers and physicians more freedom to start new business, a move that one business[...]

By In the Loop • May 24, 2018

Jack Jablonski's life changed dramatically six years ago after a hockey accident left him paralyzed. Today the USC student is hopeful for what's to come,[...]

By In the Loop • December 21, 2017

When it comes to medical treatments, what sounds like science fiction today could someday become the standard in life-changing medicine. If the research turns out[...]

By In the Loop • October 19, 2017

It sounds like science fiction, but instead it's just plain science: Creating 3-D models of a patient's anatomy is becoming more common when planning for[...]

By In the Loop • September 19, 2017

While a certain red sled usually owns the flight-related headlines this month, Santa's sleigh isn't the only one getting press this December. Several news outlets,[...]

By In the Loop • December 22, 2016

Christina Boland is not a paid spokesperson for SkinSafe but she certainly sounds like one. "It's been a godsend for me," Christina says of the[...]

By In the Loop • July 14, 2016

What do chocolate and customer service have in common? If you asked us, you'd probably get an answer that had something to do with having[...]

By In the Loop • March 31, 2016

It was just supposed to be wrist surgery. But when Ron Hall, an 80-year-old retired structural steel worker from Blue Earth, Minnesota, was preparing for his[...]

By In the Loop • February 4, 2016

If you ask Michelle Mahour, D.D.S., there are no coincidences. Miracles, however, are another story. Those she has no trouble believing in — especially the[...]

By In the Loop • December 3, 2015

Tony Bennet may have left his heart in San Francisco, but Holly Boehle left something even more valuable in Rochester, Minnesota. Holly, it seems, left[...]

By In the Loop • November 3, 2015