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Judge To Decide If NHL Concussion Lawsuit Is Class ActionDid all the fights and heavy body checks suffered by NHL players result in disabling and life-altering brain injuries?
‘It’ll Be Alright’: Video Of Mayo Surgeons Performing Song Goes ViralAn uplifting song performed by two Mayo Clinic surgeons in Rochester caught on video has struck a chord with the internet.
MNsure CEO Leaving To Join Health Advocacy GroupAllison O'Toole served nearly three years as the chief executive of MNsure.
Rally Held For Attendants Who Help People With DisabilitiesA rally was held Tuesday at the State Capitol for people who help those with disabilities.
Dayton Introduces Legislation To Fight Elder AbuseGovernor Mark Dayton is taking action to help protect Minnesota seniors.
Stress Can Be Contagious, Study SuggestsThe study suggests that stress could be, among other things, a sign of empathy for those around us.
Take A Nap On The Job? It's National Napping DayThe day, tellingly, falls on the first workweek day after most people have "sprung forward" and set their clocks ahead an hour.
From Beating Cancer Twice To Earning Acting Credits In L.A.We knew three years ago, when 10-year-old JoJo was in the hospital, that she was bound to be a big star.
Nancy Carlson Talks Donating Kidney To Save Close FriendNancy Nelson is a long-time radio and television personality, who in 2008 lost her husband, WCCO-TV legend Bill Carlson, to prostate cancer.
Why Are Opioids So Addictive?Opioids are no more addictive than cigarettes or alcohol, but people might naturally have an addiction to one substance over another.
Twin Sisters Deck Bus Out To Combat Seasonal Affective DisorderThere is a lot to take in, with bright colors, upbeat music, snacks, games, and lots of lights.
Health Officials: Worst Of Nasty Flu Season Is OverThe worst of the nation's nasty flu season is finally over.

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