One out of ten. That's how many people will get a painful kidney stone sometime in their lives. And once you get a kidney stone you're at risk of getting another. But doctors at Mayo Clinic have some good news. They say you can take control and prevent kidney stones for the most part, if you're on the right program.
Vertigo. It's the sensation of spinning, falling, tumbling and turning. Victims can feel nauseated, off balance, like they're losing control. Bouts of vertigo can be very scary, but doctors at Mayo Clinic say, for people with a particular type of vertigo, treatment is easy and very effective.
Step outside onto any city street and you're likely to see people hooked up to a personal audio device. Every day more and more people are using them. But have you ever wondered about the impact these music players have on hearing? Experts at Mayo Clinic want to make sure you know where to set the volume so you can avoid any hearing damage.
Helping high school hockey players improve their crossover stride. That's the idea behind what's called the flywheel, a new training device developed in Minnesota, and tested in a study supported by USA Hockey and Mayo Clinic. Sports medicine doctors at Mayo are studying this device to see if it helps players skate better.