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December 13, 2022

Handling Mayo’s waste with pride, saving millions, protecting the environment in the process

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Learn how three small teams in Rochester handle Mayo’s waste with pride, saving the organization millions of dollars each year. From sorting, shredding and baling to burning, neutralizing and educating. That’s on the daily docket for three small teams in the Facilities Management Division of the Department of Facilities and Support Services at Mayo Clinic […]

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Tags: Mayo Clinic in Rochester


March 24, 2020

Mayo Resident Provides Expertise to ABC — and the Nation — During COVID-19

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Dr. Vinayak Kumar, an internal medicine resident at Mayo Clinic, has a history of pursuing unique opportunities, including his most recent role as an intern during a 4-week rotation at ABC News in New York.

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Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Amy Oxentenko, Dr. Vinayak Kumar, Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Resident


March 19, 2020

‘The Young People are Stepping Up:’ Sisters Launch Babysitting, Shopping Services for Those on the Front Lines of COVID-19

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Two sisters are helping to make sure health care workers and other essential staff don’t have to worry about finding childcare while on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19.

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Tags: COVID-19, Dr. Sean Pittock, Dr. Siobhan Pittock, Mayo Clinic in Rochester


March 17, 2020

Retired Physician Shares Wartime Memories in “From Mayo Clinic to Vietnam: Memoirs of a Physician Serving in the War”

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Just a week after agreeing to join the staff at Mayo Clinic, Dr. James Donadio was drafted and sent to Vietnam, where he was a commissioned captain running a renal intensive care unit for wounded soldiers.

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Tags: Division of Nephrology and Hypertension, Dr. James Donadio, Mayo Clinic in Rochester


March 17, 2020

Mayo Clinic Glass Shop Celebrates 100 Years

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In the 100 years that Mayo Clinic has had its own glass shop in Rochester, Steve Anderson is just the third person to hold the title of scientific glassblower.

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Tags: Glassblowing, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Steve Anderson


March 5, 2020

Grateful Patient Becomes Part of the Mayo Clinic Experience

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Joe Rath’s worries before radiation therapy treatment were short lived, thanks to reassurance from his care team and what he calls the Mayo Experience.

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Tags: Dr. Bradley Stish, Marshall Klein, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, prostate cancer, Radiation Therapy


March 3, 2020

Mayo Researchers Develop Unique Tool, and Lab, to Study Vaping

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Dr. Jon Ebbert and fellow researcher Alexandra Ward found a unique way to learn about the chemical makeup of vape solutions and determine if any are a safe alternative to smoking.

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Tags: Alexandra Ward, Dr. Jon Ebbert, Inhaled Particle Aerosol Lab, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo Clinic Nicotine Dependence Center, Vaping


February 18, 2020

Hot Yoga. The Hot Fitness Trend You’re Going to Want to Try

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Hot yoga has become one of the hottest fitness trends of the past decade. Dr. Edward Laskowski, co-director of Mayo Clinic’s Department of Sports Medicine, says the benefits are wide-ranging.

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Tags: Department of Sports Medicine, Dr Edward Laskowski, Hot yoga, Mayo Clinic in Rochester


February 13, 2020

Researcher Finds Meaning in Volunteering With Pediatric Patients: ‘My Heart Feels Full’

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Merrick Ducharme’s Thursday mornings as a volunteer at Mayo Clinic Children’s Center are never the same, but one thing is consistent: his appreciation for what he learns from the kids.

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Tags: Mayo Clinic Children's Center, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Merrick Ducharme, volunteer


February 11, 2020

Special Delivery Across the Miles With Some Help From Technology

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Lizzie Stoltz was just 30 weeks pregnant when her water broke. She was rushed to a local hospital, where providers used technology to connect with a Mayo neonatologist for help with the high-risk delivery.

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Tags: Dr. Christopher Collura, Dr. Phillip Skaar, Family Medicine, Jon Farm, Mayo Clinic Health System in Bloomer, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo One


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