Minnesota’s largest private insurance companies are opposing President Barack Obama’s plan to let people keep existing insurance for at least a year under his health care law.
How’s your blood pressure? A new study finds that monitoring your own blood pressure at home might help get it under control. HealthPartners conducted the study with 450 patients.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota say they’ve made a breakthrough when it comes to what causes many cases of breast cancer.
On Tuesday, Minnesota native and Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn took a terrifying spill in the Alpine World Championships in Austria, tearing two knee ligaments.
Doctors say that since you’re contagious either seven days after the onset of your symptoms or 24 hours after your fever breaks – you should keep away from work to prevent spreading the virus.
It’s early January, which means two things: the gyms are packed, and the prewashed salad shelves are running empty at grocery stores.
One in five Minnesotans experiences mental illness directly, and now there’s a facility that will provide state of the art care in the Twin Cities.
A Minnesota mom says she’s suing two major insurance companies for not providing her son with the care he needs.
Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer will survive, but their lives will never be the same.
HealthPartners and Park Nicollet announced that they have agreed to combine their operations.
The Super Bowl is the biggest game of the year in football, but what would it be without some big calorie food? Some of us eat two or three days worth of calories on Super Sunday.
Two meals Andrew Zimmern made Sunday at the Eco-Experience building at the Great Minnesota Get Together.
Basic health care just got more convenient for employees at the Anoka County Courthouse.
With the excitement of the Twins home opener in the air, a Minnesota health insurer says baseball fans should watch the amount of hot dogs, Cracker Jacks and beer going down the hatch.
Four large nonprofit health plans will return excess profits from public health care contracts to the state under a yearlong deal announced Tuesday by Gov. Mark Dayton.