- PublisherMayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
About the Site
Mayo Clinic's site offers hundreds of patient education fact sheets that are detailed while remaining easy to understand. They cover topics as such healthy lifestyle, symptoms, conditions, procedures, herbal and vitamin supplements, and more. Each treatment page also mentions lifestyle changes and alternative approaches to managing the disease. The fact sheets are also available in Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, and Mandarin.
About the Institution
Mayo Clinic, founded in 1889, is a non-profit medical center and research group based in Minnesota. It currently has more than 3,300 physicians on staff as well as around 500 scientists. It is currently ranked as the best hospital in the U.S.
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