Charges: Fmr. Allina Health VP Embezzled $269KA man who used to be a vice president at Allina Health has been charged with swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the company.
As Flu Spreads, Hospitals Are Restricting PatientsThe flu is now considered "widespread" across Minnesota, and many hospitals are placing restrictions on visitors to stop the spread.
Can The Sun Give Us Enough Vitamin D In The Winter?For the first time in two and half weeks, the sun came out on Tuesday -- but was it enough to get us the vitamin D we need?
'They Want To Be Here': Allina Program Helping Teens Battle ObesityIn the U.S., more than one-third of adults are considered obese – 36.5 percent to be exact. About 17 percent of children are obese.
Good Question: Why Do Kids Have Tantrums?Every parent has been there. You're out in public, your child starts screaming and ends up flailing on the ground.
Allina Implementing Restrictions Due To Measles Outbreak; MN Cases Now Up To 48Officials with Allina Health said Monday they are restricting visitors for all hospitals and clinics due to the recent measles outbreak.
Good Question: Why Do We Get Headaches?Headaches happen to all of us. But for one in 20 people, headaches can happen every day. We talked to Dr. Yasha Kayan from Allina Health, who performs brain surgeries.
Allina Restricts Patient Visits Over Flu CasesAllina Health said that children under 5 years old are asked to not visit with patients.
Mother Sues Allina Health After Newborn Mix-UpAn Apple Valley woman is suing Allina Health after her newborn baby was mistakenly given to another mother at a hospital and breast fed.
Good Question: What Happens When We Don't Get Enough Sleep?A new study from RAND Corporation finds Americans’ lack of sleep adds up to more than $440 billion in lost work productivity every year.
4 Things To Know: Nurses' Vote, Richard Nixon Presidential Library, Lynx & MoreFrom an end to the nurses' strike to Game 3 for the Minnesota Lynx in the WNBA finals, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 14, 2016.
Nurses To Vote On Tentative Agreement With AllinaThirty eight days after they went on strike, Allina nurses will once again take a vote Thursday. Nurses will vote to accept or reject the latest contract offer, which was negotiated Tuesday morning.

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