A new study out today confirms what we’ve known for some time, Americans need to put down the salt shaker.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, choosing a course of treatment can be difficult.
Ever feel a little twinge of jealousy when you look at a friend’s vacation photos on Facebook? Turns out, you’re not alone.
Female smokers are now dying from lung cancer and lung disease far more often than they were several decades ago.
A new study aims to improve the safety of bicyclists and drivers in Minneapolis by examining the factors that cause crashes between the two.
A new study shows there should be a limit to how much milk children drink.
Even though many Minnesotans are sedentary, and almost 300,000 have diabetes, a national study lists us as the fifth healthiest state.
A study in the journal Pediatrics found that the rate of inflatable bounce house injuries has skyrocketed from 5,300 emergency room visits in 2008 to more than 11,000 visits in 2010.
A University of Minnesota study in Pediatrics finds teen steroid abuse is rising. It’s not just student athletes who are using the drug. Steroid abuse was also found in groups that don’t play sports.
A new study suggests moms who get sick with the flu or fever while pregnant may have an increased risk of having a child with autism.
Even though it seems like every other day there’s a new reading device being launched, a lot of people still like the old fashion printed book.
Men might not always want to take vitamins, but a new study might change some minds. The study shows taking a daily multi-vitamin can lower a man’s risk of cancer.
A Mayo Clinic study finds a link between sugar-rich diets and brain function in seniors.
Some parents have been concerned about the safety of the HPV vaccine. But, as Teresa Garcia shows us, doctors say a new study should be reassuring.
Sex offenders who are enrolled in a new mentoring program through the Department of Corrections are 84 percent less likely to return to prison, according to a new study.