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Vol. 20, Issue 30 | April 11, 2019
10 ways to control high blood pressure without medication
From moving more to watching your waistline, you can do a lot to lower high blood pressure without taking pills. Try these 10 tips.
Weight loss: Ready to change your habits?  
Losing weight takes more than wishful thinking. You’ll need to make some lifestyle changes, so answer these questions to see if you’re ready.
Latisse: The answer for longer, thicker eyelashes?
The medication Latisse may lengthen, thicken and darken eyelashes — but there can be side effects.
Macrocytosis: What causes it?
Enlarged red blood cells (macrocytosis) can be due to many factors, including a vitamin B-12 deficiency.
Play it safe when taking food to a loved one in the hospital
Here’s how to make sure your act of kindness doesn’t have unintended and even deadly consequences for the patient.
Oral cancer screening
Sprained ankle
Resilience: Build skills to endure hardship
Use our Symptom Checker to explore possible causes of your symptoms based upon Mayo Clinic’s patient care experience.
Use these simple calculators and self-assessments for personalized health tips.
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Quinoa risotto with arugula and Parmesan
Mold on your cheddar? Don’t despair
If you spot mold on a wedge of hard cheese, such as cheddar or Parmesan, you may be able to salvage the cheese. Cut away the moldy part and at least 1 inch (2.5 centimeter) of the surrounding cheese, keeping the knife out of the mold. Moldy shredded or crumbled cheese can’t be saved, however, and should be discarded.
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