How You Can Protect Yourself, And Others, From The FluState health officials say the high number of hospitalizations so far this season is alarming, and the concern is that flu cases can last until May.
First Child Flu Death For 2018 Reported In MinnesotaThe Minnesota Department of Health says it has learned of the first child death in 2018 due to the flu.
Report Shows Wide Range Of Prices For Procedures At Minn. HospitalsThere's a big difference in the price we pay for different procedures at different hospitals in Minnesota.
It’s Radon Awareness Month – What’s Your Number?The EPA says radon-caused lung cancers will claim some 21,000 American lives this year.
As Flu Spreads, Hospitals Are Restricting PatientsThe flu is now considered "widespread" across Minnesota, and many hospitals are placing restrictions on visitors to stop the spread.
State Senators Want Answers On Senior Neglect, AbuseReports of neglect and abuse of senior citizens in care facilities have a group of state senators demanding answers.
MN Health Dept. Spent $2.3M During 5-Month Measles OutbreakThe department reported that Minnesota had a total 79 cases of measles during the outbreak this spring and summer. 
MDH Confirms 79th Measles Case In MinnesotaMinnesota now has it's 79th measles case, diagnosed almost a couple weeks before the Minnesota Department of Health was set to declare the outbreak over.
City Council To Host Public Hearing On Menthol Cigarette RestrictionsThe sale of menthol cigarettes in Minneapolis may soon be restricted to adult-only tobacco shops. The Star Tribune reports that the city has an ordinance that limits other flavored tobacco products to adult-only tobacco shops.
Mpls. Taproom Becomes 1st In State To Legally Allow DogsLakes and Legends, a taproom in Minneapolis' Loring Park neighborhood, is now the first dining or drinking establishment in Minnesota to legally allow dogs inside
Brooklyn Park To Drain Water Reservoir After VandalismThe Minnesota Department of Health says Brooklyn Park's water is safe after someone broke into a city reservoir.
Minnesota Officials Lower Chemical Limits In Drinking WaterMinnesota health officials have lowered exposure limits for chemicals that have been in drinking water in the east metro area and Bemidji.

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