Alzheimer’s disease could be even deadlier in the United States than previously thought. New research suggests Alzheimer’s is nearly as deadly as heart disease and cancer.
State wildlife experts say our moose calves are dying at a faster rate than they should be. Researchers in northern Minnesota say more than 60 percent of the young moose they tracked have died within the first four months of their birth.
There has been a breakthrough in cancer research at the University of Minnesota.
University of Minnesota physicians will perform the world’s first cord blood transplant, which if successful, is designed to cure a pediatric patient of HIV/AIDS.
It’s being called breakthrough research by medical journals around the world, and it’s happening at the University of Minnesota.
A drug used to treat cancer may someday offer hope for patients living with Alzheimer’s disease.
A new study finds women who drink a moderate amount of alcohol can help prevent bone loss and that lowers their risk of getting osteoporosis.
Too much sitting at work or at home could be taking a couple years off your life.
A team of doctors and elite athletes are just back from a study that’s far from the science lab.
University of Minnesota biofuels researchers are teaming up with master gardeners in the school’s extension service.
Algae is the focus of a four-day commercial trade show in the Twin Cities, billed as the largest of its type in the nation.
A half-hour’s cruise out of Duluth, not far off the McQuade Road boat landing, Jay Austin gave the signal to let loose his $75,000 baby.
In the kitchen, Salmonella can cause food poisoning. However, in the fight against cancer, it may become a powerful weapon.