Many Minnesotans are told to take Vitamin D in the winter when we don’t get as much sun. But is that enough?
The University of Minnesota is flipping the switch on a new wind research station this week at the university’s UMore Park property in Rosemount.
A new study says the vitamins and supplements may actually be bad for us, particularly women.
Researchers have begun gathering water samples for a study mandated by the Legislature on what the state’s water quality standards to protect wild rice should be.
Doctors at the University of Minnesota have found a similarity in dog and human bone cancer that could help human patients fight their disease more effectively.
The fact is 35 percent of America’s daily calories come from restaurants. But are the facts about those calories being reported accurately by restaurants?
New research shows another big health benefit if you add some olive oil to your diet.
The family of former Wild hockey player Derek Boogaard, who was found dead in his Minneapolis apartment Friday, donated his brain to medical researchers in Boston to try to determine if his rough and tough NHL career contributed to his death.
Relatives and fans of Derek Boogaard shed tears Sunday as they remembered the former NHL tough guy as a “teddy bear” who was as generous and kind as he was burly and tough, a somber end to a weekend during which his distraught family agreed to donate his brain to medical researchers.
Chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall is moving her vast collection of field data away from the U of M to Duke University.
University of Minnesota’s Medical School took its worries over budget cuts to state lawmakers Tuesday.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota and other schools will studying how to keep Midwest corn-based cropping systems resilient amid climate uncertainties.
Three University of Minnesota plant science researchers have won new research awards from the National Science Foundation.