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6 Mumps Cases Reported On 'U' CampusUniversity of Minnesota health officials are warning students about a mumps outbreak on campus.
MDH Reports Spike In Chlamydia, Gonorrhea & Syphilis CasesThe Minnesota Department of Health says there was a concerning rise in sexually transmitted diseases from 2015 to 2016.
Mumps Confirmed In 6 U Of M StudentsThe University of Minnesota is urging students to look out for the symptoms of mumps.
Number Of Cases In Measles Outbreak Climbs To 11State health officials said Wednesday that there are now 11 cases of measles in Minnesota.
How To Prevent And Treat Staph InfectionsAfter the death of a top state worker from a staph infection, Jennifer Mayerle found out how common they are -- and what to do if you think you have one.
Health Officials Investigate Measles Outbreak In Hennepin Co.Minnesota health officials say they are investigating an outbreak of measles in Hennepin County.
Improv Comedy Show Eases End Of Life TalkFew things in life are more difficult to discuss within a family than planning for a loved one’s death. And that’s exactly why Stevie Ray's Improv Company at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater is tackling the topic head on.
Kylie’s Kids: Meet Twins Eliana & ConnorThis week's Kylies Kids defied all the odds after being born three months early. But Eliana and Connor have been fighters from Day 1 and are now still surprising doctors.
Talking Points: Prince’s Death & The Opioid EpidemicThis Friday marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Prince from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl.
MDH: 8 Cases Of Measles Confirmed In Hennepin CountyThe health department says at least eight children ages 4 and under have now gotten sick in Hennepin County.
Minn. GOP Pushing Several Anti-Abortion Bills Despite Dayton Veto ThreatMinnesota lawmakers are approving a series of abortion restrictions this year -- despite a veto threat from Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton.
Health Officials Trying To Figure Out How 3 Kids Got The MeaslesThe Department of Health says two children, both two-years old, are sick. They live in Hennepin County and were not vaccinated.

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