Good Question: How Can You Live To 100?A new study from Stanford and Time Magazine finds 77 percent of us want to live to 100, but aren't putting in the work to get there. We always hear we should eat well and exercise, but what does that mean?
Good Questions: Winter Zoo Animals, Sneezing Eyes, Funny BonesJessie from Maple Grove wants to know: What happens to zoo animals in the winter? The polar bears and other cold weather animals at St. Paul's Como Zoo do not have a problem being outdoors. But animals that come from warmer climates spend most of the winter indoors. Those animals include primates, such as gorillas and orangutans.
Doctor: Measles Can Be Tough For Younger Doctors To SpotMeasles was all but eradicated in the U.S. decades ago, thanks to the immunization program. That's a problem for some doctors. Hennepin County Medical Center's Dr. David Hilden said younger physicians sometimes don't make a measles diagnosis until the appearance of a rash, which is a late stage symptom.
Twin Cities Doctors See Increase In Respiratory IllnessWhile influenza is widespread in the state, some doctors say they’re seeing people coming in with other respiratory problems.
With Spring Comes AllergiesAfter a long winter most of us look forward to green grass and buds on trees. But for many that also means spring allergies.
Flu Season Normal But Far From OverThe flu season can have several peaks in the course of the winter. There have been two flu-related deaths in Minnesota but overall, it's been a normal season.
Uncertainty About This Winter's Flu SeasonExperts say it's hard to predict what the flu season will be like this winter. So far, only sporadic cases of influenza have shown up in Minnesota and elsewhere around the nation.