Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Reliable Information for a Healthier Life
Access the facts you need every month with Mayo Clinic Health Letter. This eight-page newsletter is filled with reliable, accurate and practical information on today's health and medical news. Articles draw upon the knowledge of over 3,700 Mayo Clinic physicians. The result is an interesting and informative mix of articles on topics such as arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, nutrition, exercise, new medical treatments, and more. Each month look for these popular columns:
- Health Tips — Each month a common health topic is featured from healthy aging to digestive problems
- News And Our Views — Get the latest medical research results and news from Mayo Clinic's researchers and doctors.
- Second Opinion — This column features questions submitted by Health Letter subscribers. Check here every month for straight answers to common medical questions, or submit your own question!
- Full Color Medical Illustrations — To enhance your understanding of important medical topics covered.
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Discover why over 500,000 satisfied subscribers read Mayo Clinic Health Letter . This valuable newsletter provides practical information that can truly have a positive impact on your health and your life, all for just pennies a day! Every issue contains answers from Mayo doctors that can help improve your health at any age. As Dear Abby once wrote, there is a “wealth of practical information in this monthly newsletter.”
Every remedy, nutrition tip and health hint in Mayo Clinic Health Letter is medically sound. We don’t report folk tales and half-truths, only facts that are consistent with state-of-the-art medical knowledge. In addition to breakthroughs that can improve your health in lasting and dramatic ways, you’ll find scores of everyday tips you can use immediately.
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"Thanks, Mayo Clinic. You have ended 12 years of nightly knee pain and loss of sleep. I've seen the best doctors I could get, in every branch of medicine. I am a 78-year-old man in otherwise excellent health. Your article on vitamin D had one paragraph on 'unspecified musculo-skeletal pain.' THAT was my problem. It was as if my name was on that paragraph! More vitamin D! I took a vitamin D supplement with dinner and eliminated the pain THE FIRST NIGHT. Taking the supplement with the evening meal has consistently done the job. My family and doctor and three separate pharmacists approve. Thanks!"
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About the Medical Editor
Daniel Roberts, M.D.
Dr. Daniel Roberts is Medical Editor of Mayo Clinic Health Letter. He has been on staff at Mayo Clinic since 2003 and specializes in working with people in a hospital setting (hospitalist) at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. He’s been an active contributor as a member of the editorial board of the Health Letter since 2012.
Dr. Roberts is the chair of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Subcommittee at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix. He supervises medical school rotations and helps oversee patient safety projects.
His interests include drug safety, physician burnout, and the intersection between music and medicine.
As a hospital-based general internist, Dr. Roberts is actively involved in the health care of older adults and is eager to continue and build on the rich history of the Health Letter, which has been published since 1983.
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