A program that connects patients with writers, visual artists, and musicians at Mayo Clinic offers a type of care that has nothing to do with tests or treatments.

By In the Loop • December 6, 2018

The importance of blood and organ donation has always been apparent to ICU nurse Jenny MacIntyre. But when her daughter was born more than three months early, her appreciation for donors grew.

By In the Loop • November 29, 2018

Hearing that there was a shortage of buglers to play taps at military funerals, Mark Wentz learned the instrument so he can honor military veterans with the traditional bugle call.

By In the Loop • November 22, 2018

Sunday marked 100 years since the end of World War I. ABC 6 News shares how Olmsted County and the Mayo brothers played a role during this time.

By Alyssa Frank • November 15, 2018

Robert Fleming recently donated the Olympic gold medal and ring he'd received in 1980 as a member of the U.S. Olympic Hockey Committee. The items are now on display in Mayo's Heritage Hall.

By In the Loop • November 8, 2018

Brandon Lane Phillips, M.D., isn't just a pediatric cardiologist. He's also a congenital heart disease survivor whose patient experience at Mayo Clinic inspired him to return for a pediatric cardiology fellowship.

By In the Loop • November 1, 2018

For more than two decades, staff from Mayo Clinic's Florida campus have become Team Mayo at the annual two-day cycling event, Bike MS. The ride raises funds for people affected by multiple sclerosis.

By In the Loop • October 25, 2018

Eighty years ago, Rose Bayuk earned a nursing diploma, signed and presented to her by the Mayo brothers. She recently shared a lifetime of memories during a visit to Rochester.

By In the Loop • October 11, 2018

It was all things Mayo Clinic at a past Minnesota Twins game when Dr. John Noseworthy threw out the first pitch, Mayo surgeons shared their musical talents, and fans went home with Mayo-approved swag.

By In the Loop • October 4, 2018

For 50 years, the Bernard H. van der Steen Trust has helped ease the financial burden of cancer patients in need at Mayo Clinic.

By Alyssa Frank • September 27, 2018

Dr. Charles W. Mayo's story isn't as well-known as some of his family members' stories, but his life of serving others and showing compassion to his patients made a lasting impression on those who knew him.

By Alyssa Frank • September 20, 2018

The story of Mayo Clinic's beginning is well-known to many, but until recently, Doug Hansen had no idea that his great-grandfather was among those killed in the storm.

By Alyssa Frank • September 13, 2018

Fifty years ago in July, Dr. Charles W. Mayo—“Dr. Chuck,” the gregarious and accomplished grandson of W. W. Mayo, whose father and uncle, Drs. Charlie and Will Mayo, made Mayo Clinic what it is today—died in a car wreck near Mayowood. The Post-Bulletin asked readers to share memories they have of Dr. Chuck and that era.

By Alyssa Frank • September 6, 2018