Think about your typical daily routine. If we had to guess, we'd say it probably involves doing a whole lot of inside stuff and not[...]

By In the Loop • October 8, 2015

Had this been a different time and place, Jack Snyder would have been down to two options after doctors discovered an aneurysm on his aorta:[...]

By In the Loop • July 16, 2015

When President Barack Obama announced a new Precision Medicine Initiative this past January, the National Press Foundation thought it would be a good idea for[...]

By In the Loop • June 11, 2015

What can we do before that late-afternoon appointment? Where should we go for dinner? Does anything happen in Rochester, Minnesota, after 5 p.m.? These are[...]

By In the Loop • May 28, 2015

Mayo employees seem to be constantly dreaming up new and innovative ways to help improve the health care landscape for our patients and, really, the[...]

By In the Loop • March 12, 2015

We here at In the Loop are hip to the latest tech and innovative inventions. (Sliced bread. Light bulbs. Don’t even get us started on[...]

By In the Loop • March 5, 2015

If it's true that "what doesn't kill us makes us stronger," Courtney Kidd could give Wonder Woman a run for her money. There was the[...]

By In the Loop • January 29, 2015

Although teleporting yourself to a doctor's office far, far away may still be in the distant future (or a medically themed sci-fi movie), the next[...]

By In the Loop • October 16, 2014

The other day, as we were scouring the Interwebs, we came across a story in The Atlantic that caught our eye titled, "There is no[...]

By In the Loop • October 14, 2014

Johanna Rian walked into the classroom at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Education Center with a plan in place for a course on narrative healing. But as[...]

By In the Loop • October 9, 2014