Enlarge the above picture to learn about how Mayo has "one of the oldest and largest programs of medical photography in the world." Next draft pic? Mario Testino. Tell me you can't see it: "America's Next Top Model," Mayo Clinic Edition.
As Charles Mayo would have it (click on and enlarge the above pic to read his thoughts on how to tech people to stay well), this young man looks beautifully preserved.
"A surgical procedure should be planned so that the patient, with the least possible risk and loss of time, will receive the greatest possible benefit." Charles Mayo offered these words, seen in this exhibit of surgical tools, on display for anyone en route through the main building's subway level walkway. Did he have thoughts in 1930 on whether or not people would ever want to see the tools--even the historic versions of what we now employ--used to open up their body cavities for life-threatening procedures? America needs to know.
In the aforementioned subway level mall that takes many people to their
hotels or healthy fast food establishments (we all eat the lowest cal
sandwich at Subway, right?), there's an actual store run by the Mayo
Clinic for sufferers of sleep apnea. This is both extremely useful and
extremely hilarious. 'No more sleepless nights' is not what I think of
when I see that Darth Vadaresque mask in the bottom right corner. But
if it will stop the snoring that keeps Lina painfully watching Carson
Daly as I sleep with the remote tucked under a leg or head or something
else, I say, let's get into the holiday spirit and patronize the joint