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Diseases and Conditions

Mayo Clinic's highly specialized heart experts diagnose and treat more than 200 heart conditions, including many rare and complex disorders, providing the most appropriate care for you. Conditions treated. Congenital heart disease in adults. Heart arrhythmia.

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Adult health Maintaining good health

Maintaining good health. By Mayo Clinic Staff. When you think of adult health, you might think about various ways to stay healthy, such as cancer prevention, vaccines and hand-washing. Good for you! The choices you make every day go a long way toward promoting adult health. It's equally important to pay attention to your signs and symptoms.

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Nutrition and healthy eating Healthy diets

Nutrition rules that will fuel your workout. Nuts and your heart: Eating nuts for heart health. Omega-3 in fish. Omega-6 fatty acids. Organic foods. Paleo diet. Phenylalanine. Picnic Problems: High Sodium. Play it safe when taking food to a loved one in the hospital.

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Diseases and Conditions

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Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity

To provide even greater health benefit and to assist with weight loss or maintaining weight loss, at least 300 minutes a week is recommended. But even small amounts of physical activity are helpful. Being active for short periods of time throughout the day can add up to provide health benefit. Strength training.

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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Let your health care provider know if you are an older adult or have chronic medical conditions, such as heart disease or lung disease, as you may have a greater risk of becoming seriously ill with COVID-19. There is a problem with information submitted for this request. Review/update the information highlighted below and resubmit the form.

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Aging: What to expect

You might become more sensitive to glare and have trouble adapting to different levels of light. Aging also can affect your eye's lens, causing clouded vision (cataracts). Your hearing also might diminish. You might have difficulty hearing high frequencies or following a conversation in a crowded room.

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Illness anxiety disorder

Illness anxiety disorder may be associated with: Relationship or family problems because excessive worrying can frustrate others. Work-related performance problems or excessive absences. Problems functioning in daily life, possibly even resulting in disability. Financial problems due to excessive health care visits and medical bills.

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Intermittent fasting: What are the benefits

Losing weight and being physically active help lower your risk of obesity-related diseases, such as diabetes, sleep apnea and some types of cancer. For these diseases, intermittent fasting seems to be about as beneficial as any other type of …

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COVID-19 (coronavirus): Long-term effects

Although COVID-19 is seen as a disease that primarily affects the lungs, it can also damage many other organs, including the heart, kidneys and the brain. Organ damage may lead to health complications that linger after COVID-19 illness. In some people, lasting health effects may include long-term breathing problems, heart complications, chronic kidney …

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Stress symptoms: Effects on your body and behavior

Stress that's left unchecked can contribute to many health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Common effects of stress. On your body. On your mood. On your behavior. Headache. Anxiety. Overeating or …

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Women's health Women's health

If you worry excessively about breast or ovarian cancer, your anxiety might be misplaced. Statistically, heart disease might be a more significant health risk. Thankfully, healthy lifestyle choices can go a long way toward reducing women's health risks. For some women, breast health tops the list of women's health concerns.

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Safe in-person and virtual care

Even in this time of uncertainty, Mayo Clinic is a place for hope and healing — and we’re delivering the care you need. We welcome both new and existing patients for virtual and in-person care, including elective surgeries, in adherence with federal and state executive orders and guidance. Video and phone visits also can be great options

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10,000 steps a day: Too low

The average American walks 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day, or roughly 1.5 to 2 miles. It's a good idea to find out how many steps a day you walk now, as your own baseline. Then you can work up toward the goal of 10,000 steps by aiming to add 1,000 extra steps a day every two weeks. If you're already walking more than 10,000 steps a day, or if you

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Massage: Get in touch with its many benefits

Benefits of massage. Massage is generally considered part of integrative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. Massage benefits can include: Reducing stress and increasing relaxation. Reducing pain and muscle soreness and tension.

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COVID-19: Who's at higher risk of serious symptoms

Older age. People of any age can catch COVID-19. But it most commonly affects middle-aged and older adults. The risk of developing dangerous symptoms increases with age, with those who are age 85 and older are at the highest risk of serious symptoms. In the U.S., about 81% of deaths from the disease have been in people age 65 and older.

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Patient Care and Health Information

Patient and visitor guide. Learn about services at each Mayo Clinic location, including appointments, billing and insurance; travel options; concierge services; lodging and parking. View campus maps and video guides. Find out more.

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7 signs and symptoms not to ignore

If you have a fever and other symptoms, such as cough and fatigue, contact your health care provider right away for medical advice. Your health care provider will likely recommend that you get tested for COVID-19. If you have emergency COVID-19 symptoms, such as trouble breathing, seek care immediately. If you need to go to a hospital, call ahead.

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Treating COVID-19 at home: Care tips for you and others

Wash your hands with soap and water often for at least 20 seconds. This is especially important to do after being in close contact or in the same room as the sick person. If soap and water aren't nearby, use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Wear a face mask.

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High blood pressure (hypertension)

High blood pressure (hypertension) is a common condition in which the long-term force of the blood against your artery walls is high enough that it may eventually cause health problems, such as heart disease. Blood pressure is determined both by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries.

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Slide show: 10 great health foods

And most of the fat in almonds is monounsaturated fat — a healthier type of fat that may help lower blood cholesterol levels. Health foods: Almonds make the list. Apples — the original health food. Go blue! Can't beat broccoli. Make friends with beans. Desperately seeking salmon. Popeye knew the power of spinach.

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Sitting risks: How harmful is too much sitting

They include obesity and a cluster of conditions — increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol levels — that make up metabolic syndrome. Too much sitting overall and prolonged periods of sitting also seem to increase the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer. Any

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Skin care: 5 tips for healthy skin

Avoid strong soaps. Strong soaps and detergents can strip oil from your skin. Instead, choose mild cleansers. Shave carefully. To protect and lubricate your skin, apply shaving cream, lotion or gel before shaving. For the closest shave, use a clean, sharp razor. Shave in the direction the hair grows, not against it.

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Oral health: A window to your overall health

To protect your oral health, practice good oral hygiene daily. Brush your teeth at least twice a day for two minutes each time. Use a soft-bristled brush and fluoride toothpaste. Floss daily. Use mouthwash to remove food particles left after brushing and flossing. Eat a healthy diet and limit sugary food and drinks.

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Nutrition and healthy eating Nutrition basics

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Consumer Health: Finding a mental health care professional to fit …

1 day ago · May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn about finding a mental health care professional.. Mental health is the overall wellness of how you think, regulate your feelings and behave. A mental disorder may be present when patterns or changes in thinking, feeling or behaving cause distress or disrupt a person's ability to function.

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Tween and teen health Teen health

Teen health. By Mayo Clinic Staff. Concerns about teen health typically focus on lifestyle issues — such as weight control, sleep, smoking and sex. Teenage obesity is a dangerous — and growing — teen health problem. Although there's no magic bullet for teen weight loss, there's plenty you can do to help. Talk about teen-friendly tactics

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The future of women's heart health

In the future, cardiologists may offer women of all ages and backgrounds a robust almanac of evidence that can be used to provide sex and gender-specific health advice that’s individually targeted to each woman’s needs. “A simple example,” says Dr. Adedinsewo, “is the use of AI as a predictive tool to analyze data from an

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Vagina: What's typical, what's not

Vaginal health is an important part of women's overall health. Vaginal problems can affect fertility, desire for sex and ability to reach orgasm. Ongoing vaginal health issues can also cause stress or relationship problems and affect self-confidence. Know the signs and symptoms of vaginal problems and what you can do to protect your vaginal health.

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Walking: Trim your waistline, improve your health

Warm up. Walk slowly for five to 10 minutes to warm up your muscles and prepare your body for exercise. Cool down. At the end of your walk, walk slowly for five to 10 minutes to help your muscles cool down. Stretch. After you cool down, gently stretch your muscles.

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