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@ReemHKattan Perhaps this link will be helpful to you: http://t.co/k9SXQ0JRu2
@Girlstar68106K We have an Office of Patient Experience, you can call & talk to them. MN: 507-284-4988; FL: 904-953-2019; AZ: 480-301-4938
@Sodiq0709Sodiq If you would like to seek help from Mayo Clinic, please call: AZ: 800-446-2279 FL: 904-953-0853 MN: 507-538-3270.
"When you lie on a tanning bed, you could be lying in other people's bacteria and viruses" http://t.co/o4MwIv3Z6k via @GlamourMagUK
Faced with losing their newborn son, Anna and Oleg searched far and wide for an answer. They found it at Mayo Clinic. http://t.co/HbxkaeDln8
Heidi celebrates 15 years of life after #hearttransplant http://t.co/TCVfhQox7p via @nncnow
7 things your balance says about you http://t.co/f7uopwUsvk via @preventionmag
380 men will die of #TesticularCancer in 2015. Don't be one of them. Check yourself http://t.co/hYMIyFMB6E #TCisNoJoke
RT @MayoClinicHS: Can A Vitamin IV Drip Boost Health and Energy? http://t.co/aw90ZcYgeD via @YahooHealth
Thank you to our guests & thanks to @sanjkakar for filling in for @DrTomShives! See you next week on #MayoClinicRadio http://t.co/dBJ2FYHDjt
#Endometrialcancer screening test is in trial phase. Researchers are looking for cells & DNA on tampons to help diagnose. #MayoClinicRadio
#endometrial cancer is the most common cancer in women. 50,000 women in the US will be diagnosed this year. http://t.co/GC4QPgivRx
Gynecologic oncologist Dr. Jamie Bakkum-Gamez & new #endometrialcancer screening test using tampons #MayoClinicRadio http://t.co/JOredXh04C
Some risk factors in #tinnitus: http://t.co/bGbWupyIHr #MayoClinicRadio
#Tinnitus is noise in your brain, caused either by damaged auditory hairs, or turbulence in the carotid artery. http://t.co/iWxKDExf05
15% of the general population has #tinnitus. 70% of hearing impaired have tinnitus. 80-90% of tinnitus patients have some hearing loss.
#Tinnitus is classified as any sound in your head. Can be objective (rare) and others can hear it, or subjective and only you can hear it.
Now, we talk ringing in your ears, known as #tinnitus (TIN-ih-tus), w Mayo Clinic audiologist Dr. Janalene Niichel. http://t.co/NAtlEQpGVO
Don't stop a medication without first talking to your care team! And always take the full #prescription even if you feel better. #pharmacy
When starting a new medication, keep an open dialogue with your care team (doc & pharmacist) about any side effects you are feeling.

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