It looks like the deer tick season has arrived early this year — along with the diseases it causes.
People travel to Hawaii to relax and get some sun and surf, but a Minnesota man’s trip to paradise turned into a nightmare after he contracted a paralyzing disease.
Cattle brought from Minnesota to Wisconsin no longer have to be tested for bovine tuberculosis.
Late blight has surfaced again in potato fields in parts of Minnesota and North Dakota.
Minnesota health officials urged residents to protect themselves against ticks after the number of tick-borne diseases rose to record levels in 2010.
They don’t have a reputation as the cutest and cuddliest animals, but bats really do more help than harm. In fact, a new study found bats save the agriculture industry more than $3 billion a year — money that would otherwise be spent on pesticides.
Currently, the Minnesota Department of Health says there are 14 confirmed cases of measles in Minnesota, but health care professionals worry that more cases could come and history could repeat itself.
The state’s search for additional evidence of chronic wasting disease continues to come up empty.
Avian flu claimed 310 lives in 15 countries from 2004 to 2006, then the disease quieted down — until now.
If you let your dog or cat hop into bed with you at night it could make you sick, according to a new study.
A 4-year-old Wisconsin boy born without the gene that binds skin together is heading to Minnesota to prepare for a stem-cell transplant that could save his life.