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Latest Minnesota Healthwatch
It’s been shown that lower flu vaccination years tend to have worse disease outbreaks. So, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is pushing the message earlier this year: Get vaccinated.
A new autism study found that siblings of children with autism have a much greater risk of developing the disorder than first thought.
There’s a new type of surgery that can stop heartburn — without an incision.
Health officials in Minnesota are investigating an apparent case of inhalation anthrax in an individual who officials believe acquired the infection from the natural environment.
More than 100 medical devices have been recalled after a report showed that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) process of approving them is flawed.
Nurses at Sanford Bemidji hospital vote Thursday on whether to accept a contract offer or reject it and authorize a strike.
While watching 3-year-old Jacqueline Pastel at a Plymouth daycare, one would never know she has a condition that is more common in children than cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and Huntington’s disease combined.
Minnesota’s new two-year budget contains some tough medicine for nonprofit health plans that manage subsidized care for more than 500,000 poor patients.
Women have been warned about the dangers of the human papilloma virus (HPV) for years, but men now face the risk of oral cancer.
Summer usually means fun in the sun and leisurely late nights. For some, however, it means more migraines.
Metropolitan State University in the Twin Cities is graduating its first class of seven students who will be licensed to perform basic dental work normally done by a dentist.
Sheriff’s officials in Washington County were not sure how many drugs they’d collect with their latest drug “take back” campaign. The answer is, a lot.
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