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Judge Says He'll Block Trump Policy Aimed At Defunding Planned ParenthoodA federal judge in Oregon said he plans to block a Trump administration policy change that would have restricted some health clinics from referring patients to abortion providers.
Allianz Life Ranks Among Top Companies for LGBTQ EqualityAllianz Life Insurance Company is among one of the Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality in 2019 after the company scored a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index (CEI) for the third time.
Why The Measles Outbreak May Be More Widespread In MinnesotaMeasles were all but "eradicated" in the year 2000 -- the same year George W. Bush faced Al Gore for president. Now, measles are making a comeback.
Study: 3 In 5 Americans Wouldn’t Give Up Unhealthy Habits To Live 10 Years LongerA new study finds that more than half of Americans who smoke, drink or eat fatty foods would rather continue with the unhealthy habit -- even if 10 more years of life was on the line.
Do You Take Your Coffee With CBD? Mpls. Business Gets Creative To Serve Controversial ExtractCosmic Bean Dispensary, a coffee shop that sells the hemp extract CBD, opened Friday in Minneapolis.
Researchers Make Breakthrough Discovery In Paralyzing Condition Affecting Minn. ChildrenResearchers believe that they have identified the origin behind a polio-like illness that has been affecting Minnesota children.
Best Buy Reveals Exclusive Partnership For In-Home Telehealth Device, ‘TytoHome’
Why Is There Still A Shingrix Shortage?The shingles virus can cause a painful rash that no one wants. That is a big reason why a new vaccine called Shingrix has been so popular. But since last summer, that vaccine has been in limited supply.
UnitedHealth Beats 1Q Expectations All AroundUnitedHealth and other insurers saw their stocks drop earlier this year after "Medicare for All" legislation was introduced in Congress.
Faking Smiles On The Job Leads To Heavier Drinking After Work, Study Finds Service with a smile, it’s an expectation for those who routinely work with the public. But forcing that smile may have its consequences.
Melon-Related Salmonella Outbreak Cases Occur In Minnesota, WisconsinA multi-state outbreak of Salmonella may be linked to melon products.
New FDA Rules To Give Patients More Info After Breast Cancer ScreeningsThree-dimensional mammography screening detects malignancies in dense breast tissue more accurately.