Mayoclinic

08.25.15
Researchers may have found a cancer cell's 'off' switch
08.25.15

Researchers may have found a cancer cell's 'off' switch

Researchers have found that injecting a biological processor called microRNA into a tumor increases the levels of a specific protein that inhibits cellular reproduction.

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08.18.14
Violinist fiddles with a smart bow to help his brain surgery
08.18.14

Violinist fiddles with a smart bow to help his brain surgery

It's common for brain surgery patients to stay awake. That's how surgeons know everything is going...

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01.29.14
Switched On: The next steps for digital wellness, part two
01.29.14

Switched On: The next steps for digital wellness, part two

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. The last Switch...

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03.02.12
iPad credited with helping save a man's life at the Mayo Clinic
03.02.12

iPad credited with helping save a man's life at the Mayo Clinic

The world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota has been issuing iPads to physicians for a w...

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01.06.07
Mayo Clinic prescribes active games
01.06.07

Mayo Clinic prescribes active games

The Wii has been getting a lot of attention lately, mainly because of its different control mechanis...

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01.05.07
Shocking study reveals that activity in gaming fights obesity
01.05.07

Shocking study reveals that activity in gaming fights obesity

Providing a mighty blow to both "research studies" and the value of Ph.D degrees everywhere, the lat...

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