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Google Starts Returning Quick Medical Facts Google Starts Returning Quick Medical Facts

Google is about to start displaying more medical information in its Knowledge Graph, enabling users to quickly search and retrieve important health info without necessarily having to click through to other sites. The company says it has been working with …

Jennifer Aniston Talks Life With Dyslexia

Jennifer Aniston grew up thinking she wasn’t smart. That no doubt shocks those who have watched the talented beauty transform from Rachel on Friends to one of Hollywood’s A-listers and film stars. “I thought I wasn’t smart,” she said during …

Healthy Diets: 5 Best Trends of 2014 Thus Far

Well, we are more than halfway through the year. Have you met your health and diet goals? Are you still working hard on that waistline? …Or did you say, “Screw it!” and order the biggest pizza on the menu? Not …

Cellulite Treatments: What Works And What Doesn’t

Cellulite, a term for lumpy and dimpled skin around the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen, can be a cause of distress when it appears. Although cellulite isn’t a serious medical condition and is just caused by normal fat pushing against …

Lung Cancer, A Deathly Danger Has New Options
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Lung cancer, which is the leader cause of cancer death in the United States, kills more people than breast, colon, ovarian, and prostate cancers combined according to the Mayo Clinic. This is a worldwide health concern that reports 1.6 million …

Mayo Clinic Launches Center For Social Media

Mayo Clinic said today it is launching a Center for Social Media to create broader and deeper engagement by hospitals, doctors and patients.

"Mayo Clinic believes individuals have the right and responsibility to advocate for their own health, and that it is our responsibility to help them use social media tools to get the best information, connect with providers and with each other, and inspire healthy choices," said Mayo Clinic president and CEO John Noseworthy, M.D.

Microsoft, Mayo Clinic Partner On Health Records Tool

The Mayo Clinic has partnered with Microsoft to launch a free online tool that allows people to manage their medical information on the Web.

The application called the "Mayo Clinic Health Manager" allows users to organize health information for multiple family members, access information from one location, and proactively manage their health.