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MDH Investigating Legionnaire’s Disease Cases At Senior HomeThe Minnesota Department of Health is investigating Legionnaires' disease at a senior living facility in Albert Lea.
Democrats Wrestle With Election-Year Health Care MessageAll Democrats oppose President Donald Trump's repeated efforts to scuttle former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.
After Losing Husband, Prior Lake Woman's Baby Battling Heart DefectA Minnesota mother is finding her new normal after her husband passed away just days before their first child was born.
MDH: 7 Minnesotans Infected With Salmonella Linked To Hy-Vee Pasta SaladHealth officials say that seven Minnesotans suffered a Salmonella infection in connection to a outbreak linked to a Hy-Vee pasta salad.
States: Workaround Succeeding After Cut In Health SubsidiesA workaround by states to counter Trump administration cuts to Affordable Care Act subsidies has largely succeeded in protecting consumers from higher costs, California and 17 other states said.
UnitedHealth Puts Up Big Profit Numbers In 2nd QuarterUnitedHealth Group's second quarter earnings beat Wall Street expectations, helped by a surge in government-funded coverage, and the nation's largest health insurer hiked its 2018 forecast again.
Nap Store Opens In NYC, Offers 45-Min. Nap Session For $25We all value our sleep, but would you pay to get some shut eye?
Heart Assoc. Says Multivitamins Don't Help As Much As You ThinkTheir new report reviewed 18 previous studies on multivitamins that tracked more than 2 million people for an average of 12 years.
What Does Sensory Deprivation Do To A Person?For the first 10 days of being trapped in a cave, the 12 Thai soccer players and their coach had very little food or water and no access to light.
St. Cloud Hospital Ranked Best In Midwest For Open Heart SurgerySt. Cloud Hospital is the best place to get an open heart surgery in the Midwest, according to a new ranking from Consumer Reports.
CDC: Waterborne Illnesses More Often In Public Pools, Not LakesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a new study that says the majority of water-borne illnesses are in public pools, hot tubs and wading pools -- not lakes.
CDC: Most Adults Aren’t Getting Enough ExerciseThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says most adults are not getting enough exercise.