Health officials say two additional deaths have been attributed to the flu in Minnesota, but they say the outbreak is slowing.
Since the flu season began twelve weeks ago, 184 people have died as a result of the virus, according to new numbers released this week by the Minnesota Department of Health.
In the eleventh week of this year’s flu season, four more people have died of the virus, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The Minnesota Department of Health announced 12 more people in the state died last week as a result of the flu, bringing the season’s total to 148 deaths.
A mother from Arizona has spent the last two years exposing what she calls a hidden health problem at indoor playgrounds. Now, she’s working with a lawmaker in Minnesota and hopes to get a similar law passed in St. Paul this session.
Nine more people have died from the flu, bringing the season’s total to 136 deaths, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The Minnesota Department of Health said that there were 15 more deaths in the last week as a result of the flu outbreak.
Thirty-six more people have died from the flu, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
In a bid to overcome flu-vaccine shortages in some areas, Minnesota officials have set up a forum to connect health care providers who have vaccine with those who don’t.
Jason DeRusha replies to your cold weather questions.
The flu remains a serious health concern, but the rate of new infections is slowing.
The Minnesota Department of Health said that there were 33 more deaths related to the influenza virus in Minnesota this past week.
This bad flu season is still a big topic of discussion these days, but there are many ways to feel better that don’t necessarily involve taking medication.
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is joining other health care facilities in putting out guidelines to stop the spread of the flu.
Just like a majority of Minnesotans, Hennepin EMS paramedics are also taking extra precautions to protect their employees from the flu.