Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester are determining whether a blood test could offer early detection for Alzheimer’s Disease. The Mayo analyzed samples of plasma and brain fluids from 45 patients.
Want to hear some good news about gas prices for a change? It looks like gas prices in the Twin Cities have peaked.
There’s good news regarding Minnesota’s drought: It’s easing up considerably.
Can anesthesia from surgery cause dementia in elderly patients? That question was the subject of a recent Mayo Clinic study. The findings were released Wednesday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is once again urging motorists to “do the zipper merge” in construction zones.
Updated information shows that the drought continues to relax its grip on Minnesota.
Members of the Minnesota Senate will decide whether to require drug tests for lawmakers to qualify for their pay and benefits.
Would you donate your kidney to a stranger? A growing number of people are willing to do just that.
One-hundred-twenty members of the Minnesota National Guard are returning from their year-long deployment to Afghanistan, where they trained and mentored soldiers in the Afghan National Army.
Yes, it feels like winter today. But if you need more proof that spring is coming, consider this — April 1 is the last day for declaring snow emergencies in Minneapolis.
March Madness basketball brackets aren’t the only office pools underway this Thursday. Powerball players also are pooling their money to buy blocks of tickets for a $320 million jackpot.
There is now another way to gamble and help pay for the new Vikings stadium: electronic bingo. The Minnesota Gambling Control Board approved the high-tech bingo on Monday.
A new University of Minnesota study should put the minds of many pregnant women who are still on the job full-time at ease.
Scientists report a drop of nearly 60 percent in the number of Monarch butterflies making it to their winter home in Mexico this year — the lowest level since record-keeping began 20 years ago.
Kids who avoid scary situations are more likely to have anxiety problems.