These Minnesota fitness classes will help you get in shape and save a little dough.
When something doesn’t feel right, many go online to search for information on what their symptoms might mean. Cyberchondria is a growing trend in which a person spends hours online reading health websites, self-diagnosing, and stressing out.
A new study says that doctors tend to be kinder to thinner patients compared to overweight patients.
Minnesota food shelves say it’s challenging to supply needy families with healthier options because of the relatively high cost of fresh produce and other nutritious items when compared with high-sodium or sugary products such as canned soups and baked goods.
In today’s Health Watch, heart failure is going to become a much bigger problem, and a bigger burden, on our health system in the coming years.
Minnesota has had no discussion of moving state government workers onto the state’s new health insurance exchange, said John Pollard, legislative and communications director for Minnesota Management and Budget.
Minnesotans have hundreds of fitness options. They can run the Stone Arch bridge, pedal the greenway, maybe hop on a yoga mat. But according to Women’s Health Magazine, there is only one place that offers the best workout in Minneapolis: Tiger Athletics.
It’s the first question that needs to be answered in the Timberwolves’ offseason — will Rick Adelman return as head coach?
Many would be lying if they said they’ve ever stuck with a New Year resolution that involved working out. If your situation is similar, and you’re a dog owner, The Canine Coach might be able to help.
North Dakota farmer Brett Kakela was only 27 in 2010 when he suffered a stroke that cost him the use of an arm and hampered his ability to walk. But the nonprofit Farm Rescue came to his aid just a few months later, providing free labor to help plant about 800 acres of wheat at his farm near Langdon.
Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson is holding a public hearing on a proposal that would give a South Dakota-based company control over Fairview Health Services and the University of Minnesota’s medical center.
Minnesota House Democrats are hoping to ease uncertainty created by a call to cut $150 million from state health and social service budgets by vowing increased payments to nursing homes and similar caregivers.
Woman has her guide dog put down and buried with her. The family is now facing major backlash. Check out the story.
Many in the Twin Cities will be wearing their walking shoes on Wednesday. That’s because employees are encouraged to wear sneakers to work and take at least 30 minutes out of their day to get up and walk.
The Minnesota Department of Health reports that the number of diabetes cases in the state has doubled in the last 20 years, and many adults may not even be aware they have it.
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