Minnesota Department Of Health
The Minnesota Department of Health said that there were 15 more deaths in the last week as a result of the flu outbreak.
A former worker at a Waconia nursing home is accused of neglect after a patient with known breathing problems died in a bathroom, wasn’t given CPR and 911 wasn’t called, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
An annual report says a rise in serious falls was the main reason for an increase in accidental deaths and serious injuries to patients at Minnesota hospitals last year.
New data from the Health Department shows skin cancer is on the rise in Minnesota. Melanoma rates rapidly increased from 2005 to 2009.
In a bid to overcome flu-vaccine shortages in some areas, Minnesota officials have set up a forum to connect health care providers who have vaccine with those who don’t.
The Minnesota Department of Health reports that 15 more people in Minnesota have died as a result of the influenza virus in the last week.
A health care worker at REM Woodvale Plain Inc. in Albert Lea, has been accused of stealing more than $4,000 from seven vulnerable adults who the employee took care of between August 2011 and May 2012, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
The Minnesota Department of Health said that there were 33 more deaths related to the influenza virus in Minnesota this past week.
Families still looking to get flu shots may be finding them difficult to come by.
Gov. Mark Dayton has declared this “Radon Action Month” in Minnesota, and the state is encouraging residents to get their homes tested.
A 14-year-old St. Louis Park girl is fighting for her life as she battles the flu and its complications.
Two more people have died and another 226 have been sent to the hospital in Minnesota due to influenza, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
This is the time of year we hear about people getting the flu, but more people than usual have already gotten sick.
A nursing home staffer has been fired from a Forest Lake, Minn. facility for stealing nearly two months’ worth of oxycodone from a resident.
The state Department of Health is warning Minnesotans to be wary of scam artists selling water treatment systems.