MDH: Flu Season Has Peaked, Child Death ReportedA child in Minnesota has died after getting the flu. It's the first pediatric death due to influenza in the state this season.
Patient With Dementia Dies After Drinking Detergent, MDH SaysThe report said the patient had a history of poor judgement and had a tendency to take food and drinks from the kitchen.
Case Of Tuberculosis Confirmed At St. Louis Park High SchoolAn individual associated with St. Louis Park High School has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. According to the St. Louis Park Public Schools Superintendent Rob Metz, the Hennepin County Department of Health notified the school of the individual's diagnosis in November
Minnesota Health Department OKs Medical Marijuana To Treat PTSDMore Minnesotans will soon have access to medical marijuana.
MDH: 57 Cases Of Zika Virus In Minnesota This YearThe Minnesota Department of Health reports there have been 57 cases of Zika virus in Minnesota this year, with five occurring in pregnant women.
MDH: 1 In 5 Sex Assault Victims Seek HospitalizationIn a news conference, the Minnesota Department of Health shared data they gathered during a five-year study.
MDH: Less Than Half Of Minnesota Adults Got Flu Shot Last YearThe Minnesota Department of Health is reminding the public that now is the time to get the flu vaccine.
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.