MDH: 23 Sick From Hopkins-Associated Legionnaires' Disease OutbreakThe number of people sick with Legionnaires' disease in the Twin Cities is now at 23, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
3 More Confirmed Cases Brings Legionnaires' Outbreak To 20The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed three more cases of Legionnaires' disease related to the outbreak in Hopkins, bringing the total to 20 cases.
MDH: Hopkins Legionnaires' Disease Cases Hits 17The number of confirmed cases in the Hopkins-associated outbreak of Legionnaires' disease has reached 17, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
MDH: 1 Dead, 14 Ill From Hopkins Legionnaires' Disease OutbreakThe Legionnaire's disease outbreak connected to Hopkins has claimed a life, and is now up to 14 confirmed cases.
Federal Money Aims To Tackle Minnesota Opioid Abuse ProblemFederal money is reportedly coming in to help Minnesota tackle a growing opioid abuse problem.
MDH Pinpointing Hopkins Legionnaires' Disease SourcesThe Minnesota Department of Health says they are looking at several possible sources for a recent outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
MDH Investigating Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease In HopkinsThe Minnesota Department of Health is investigating a cluster of confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease involving people in Hopkins.
MDH: Minnesota's Obesity Rates Plummet In 2015; Remains Lowest In MidwestThe Minnesota Department of Health says the state has seen a significant drop in its obesity rate and continues to have the lowest rate in the Midwest.
Washington County Residents Get Bottled Water After Well ConcernsDozens of homeowners in Washington County are being told not to drink their well water.
MDH: Radon Levels Dangerously High In 40 Percent Of Minn. HomesThe Minnesota Department of Health has launched a new tool to help people see radon levels in their counties.
For HIV/AIDS Patients In Minnesota, The Fight Is Far From OverHIV/AIDS patients and activists say their cause has fallen to the wayside as public interest wanes.
Study Shows Link Between Low Income, DiabetesDiabetes Alert Day is on Tuesday, and a new study shows a significant link between low income and risk for the disease.