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Mayo Clinic expands audio programming

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A new service called "Mayo Clinic Radio" has taken a new step with Mayo Clinic News Network.

The service offers "patient-centered audio programming from Mayo Clinic experts via iHeartRadio, which is a Clear Channel Broadcasting Inc., free, all-in-one digital radio service featuring the best in talk radio."

According to Mayo, "The daily Health Minute" series and the one-hour program called Mayo Clinic Radio will be available 24 hours daily as one of the newest features on iHeartRadio Talk.

Dr. Thomas Shives, a Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeon, has hosted Mayo Clinic Radio for more than 20 years with co-host and producer Tracy McCray.

During the program, Mayo experts answer audience questions by phone, email, blogs, Facebook and Twitter (#MayoClinicRadio). Topics range from Alzheimer's disease to women's health.

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