Heroin addiction has been in the spotlight after the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, but heroin is not just a problem among the rich and famous — it’s killing Minnesotans as well. Now, there are new treatment options that doctors are using to deal with heroin addiction.
Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding has been making progress toward a return to playing. Harding took part in the team skate before the Wild hosted Ottawa on Tuesday.
Attorneys for the residents of Minnesota’s sex offender treatment program are arguing that the program doesn’t work and is unconstitutional. Attorney Dan Gustafson says the treatment program is a failure because no one ever gets out.
Law enforcement officials say Minnesota’s local jails are overburdened by inmates suffering from mental illness who aren’t getting the kind of treatment they need.
There are about 700 sex offenders currently being treated in the Minnesota Sex Offender Program. A federal judge has warned the state, that many of them are being detained for longer than they should.
Minnesota children and young adults suffering from addiction are getting a huge boost in resources to help with treatment. Hazelden’s Plymouth treatment facility is getting an upgrade and expansion. By the start of next year, 32 more people will be able get months-worth of treatment.
It’s peak allergy season – as if you didn’t know already – and ragweed pollen is the culprit. It’s the most common cause for seasonal allergies, and if you’re having a tough time dealing with it, here are some products that doctor say could help. The first is an alternative to liquid nasal sprays that often cause uncomfortable drippage. It’s an aerosol spray that’s getting rave reviews.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, choosing a course of treatment can be difficult.
A new treatment is showing promise in stopping the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
There’s more evidence that heroin and prescription opiates abuse has a strong grip on the Twin Cities.
It’s a possible alternative therapy for women who get “hot flashes” — and it was discovered by a University of Minnesota researcher.
He was set to go to college last fall and play baseball, but leukemia changed that. Now, an 18-year-old man is part of the first-of-its-kind treatment that may allow him to fulfill his dream.
A longtime Democratic state senator from Brooklyn Park has stopped cancer treatment and is in hospice care.
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. Fortunately, a new study is giving patients some hope.
Early drug treatment may increase survival time for AIDS patients, according to a recent study by Harvard.