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Week in Review: Feb. 23

Week in Review: Feb. 23Top highlights this week include: The most germ-ridden places in your office, excessive alcohol use linked to early-onset dementia risk, Mayo Clinic CEO on why he's stepping down, you may have selfitis, and state grants boost Alzheimer’s research on Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus.

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Evacuation of a Health Care Facility: When Disaster Strikes

Evacuation of a Health Care Facility: When Disaster StrikesPat Hlavka, CSP, Safety Coordinator at Mayo Clinic, discusses the evacuation of a health care facility when disaster strikes.

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Favorite Mayo Clinic Stories of 2017: Angel Gowns #ThrowbackThursday

Favorite Mayo Clinic Stories of 2017: Angel Gowns #ThrowbackThursdayEach year, Mayo Clinic's In the Loop blog looks back and shares some favorite stories of the year gone by. Here is the second of 17 stories from 2017, featuring angel gowns.

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“Creepy, Dreadful, Wonderful Parasites” Feb. 21: A Parasitologist’s View of the World

“Creepy, Dreadful, Wonderful Parasites” Feb. 21: A Parasitologist’s View of the WorldEvery week, Mayo Clinic microbiologist Bobbi Pritt, M.D., posts a new Parasite Wonders case. This week's case presents a worm that was removed from the eye of a Nigerian man, and was noted to still be moving after removal. What is the identification?

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What’s New in Health Care Reform: Feb. 21

What’s New in Health Care Reform: Feb. 21Top highlights this week include: Amazon as a major hospital supplier, F.D.A. approves first blood test to detect concussions, F.D.A. opens new path for Alzheimer's treatments, measles rates soared in Europe in 2017, and Minnesota sees big jump in people without health insurance.

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