Monthly Archives: November 2008

Why are some posts marked “Protected?”

In addition to offering patients and their families opportunities to hear extended interviews with Mayo Clinic specialists, this site also serves affiliates of Mayo Clinic Medical Edge, our weekly television news resource. It allows reporters and news directors to preview (and download) elements for their broadcasts or Web sites. Current month segments and related resources […]

Baby Bowel Surgery

Hirschsprung’s disease is a condition of the colon or large intestine that causes problems with bowel movement.   Somewhere in the neighborhood of one in every 5,000 children are born with the disease, including one you’re about to meet.   And thanks to a charitable organization called Operation Blessing, she was able to have life-saving care at Mayo […]

Hearing Aids

As with just about everything else, our ability to hear can decline with age. Often the change is so slow we don’t even notice until someone else points it out. How do you know if you might be a candidate for a hearing aid? That’s one of the questions we ask Dr. Cynthia Hogan, Ph.D., […]

Motion Sickness-Mayo Clinic

Whether it’s from a car, plane, or amusement park ride, motion sickness can turn a summer outing into a mess. Let’s go to Mayo Clinic to find out what causes motion sickness and what you can do about it.

Protected: Medical Edge TV Previews – December 2008

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.