Mayo Clinic's website offers users information about medical trials, basic information on diagnosis and symptomology, healthy lifestyle advice and analysis, tips for doctors on interacting with insurance providers and other scientific and industry information. The site is sprawling and incorporates multiple searchable databases, including a repository of common diseases and afflictions with descriptions and information about treatment, diagnosis and long-term effects.
The Research segment of the site deals with clinical trials, research laboratories and other research-based initiatives. It functions as a way for users to find out more about the way the medical profession works and about the processes that go into developing treatments and conducting research trials.
The Conditions and Symptoms A-Z services are designed to give people a lexicon of terms and markers to describe the state of their own health and well-being. The database consists of searchable pages tagged with keywords and phrases which allow users to search by symptom, by condition name and by a number of other terms.
The site also provides a Healthy Lifestyle service that gives users tips about how to keep healthy and maintain their bodies. It includes tips about diet and exercise as well as basic health advisories about how to take care of a body throughout its lifetime.