Launched in 1995 and now visited by nearly 20 million users a month, this award-winning consumer Web site offers health information, self-improvement and disease management tools to empower people to manage their health.
Produced by a team of Web professionals and medical experts working side by side, MayoClinic.com gives users access to the experience and knowledge of the more than 3,700 physicians and scientists, offering users intuitive, easy access to tools such as “Symptom Checker” and “First Aid Guide” for fast answers about health conditions ranging from common to complex; as well as more in-depth sections on more than 980 diseases and conditions, and a wealth of articles, features such as “Ask a Specialist,” and “Drug Watch,” which provides timely alerts regarding pharmaceutical news. Users can sign-up for a free weekly e-newsletter called “Housecall,” which provides the latest health information from Mayo Clinic.
Mayo Clinic publishes a growing family of health information books, more than 25 titles available at bookstores nationwide and through MayoClinic.com’s bookstore. Many titles are available in several different languages, and the entire collection includes versions in 21 different languages. Each is researched, written and reviewed by Mayo Clinic physicians and scientists to ensure trustworthy, reliable content. Several popular titles include Mayo Clinic Family Health Book, Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy, Mayo Clinic Guide to Managing Arthritis and the Mayo Clinic Cookbook. To see a full list of books available, visit the bookstore .
Mayo Clinic’s expertise is available to people across the globe through employee health newsletters that provide practical, understandable health information. First published in 1983 and now serving nearly 700,000 subscribers, Mayo Clinic Health Letter is an eight-page monthly newsletter of reliable, accurate and practical information on today’s health and medical news. You can learn more by visiting http://HealthLetter.MayoClinic.com .
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