Thousands Of Nurses Continue Strike For Fifth DayIt's day five of a strike at Allina Hospitals involving nearly 5,000 nurses, and Thursday's message centered mainly around staffing.
Good Question: How Often Should We Get Checkups?Like a finely-tuned engine, how we care for our bodies goes a long way in determining how long it lasts. Women tend to take their health more seriously and go in for more screenings and exams, especially over age 40.
Nurses' Strike Enters Day 4On Tuesday, the Nurses' Association called on Minnesota's attorney general to audit the finances of Allina hospitals.
Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Enter 3rd Day Of StrikeNearly 5,000 nurses in the Twin Cities remain on strike for the third day in a row, as replacement nurses continue to care for patients.
Mpls. Urges Residents To Sing, Read And Talk To ChildrenThe city of Minneapolis is launching a new campaign to support children in the community.
2 Minnesota Children's Hospitals Make 'Best Hospital' List -- AgainTwo Minnesota children's hospitals were named among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The media company named the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospitals and Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota on its "Best Children's Hospitals" list for the 2016.
Kylie's Kids: Meet GavinWhen we hear the word "zipper," most of us think about what you use to zip up your jackets. For people who have had open heart surgery, the word has a very different meaning.
Nurses At 5 Twin Cities Hospitals Begin Weeklong StrikeAs of Sunday, around 41 percent of the nurses in the Twin Cities metro are on strike.
Minn. Recovers $10M In Pharmaceutical SettlementMinnesota has recovered more than $10 million in a settlement involving overpayments for medication used by low-income residents on public health care programs.
CDC: Two More Zika Virus Cases Diagnosed In MinnesotaTwo more cases of the Zika virus have been diagnosed in Minnesota, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Report: Minn. Teen Birth Rates At Historic Lows, But Disparities PersistA new report out Wednesday shows that birth and pregnancy rates of adolescents in Minnesota are at historic lows. Still, health researchers say more needs to be done to help lower rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections in under-severed communities, especially in greater Minnesota and among the state’s communities of color.
Contract Talks Expected Monday In Possible Nurses StrikeContract talks will get underway Monday in the hopes of avoiding a strike by nearly 5,000 Minneapolis nurses.

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