Georgia Siblings Showcase 'NotOkay' App At Manova Health Summit In MinneapolisSeventeen-year-old Hannah Lucas and her 14-year-old brother Charlie took the stage at the Manova Health Summit in Minneapolis Tuesday to speak to a room full of medical and health experts about their new app, but they didn't want anyone to brush them off because of their ages.
Owning A Dog Could Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA new study showed that owning a dog could add years to your life.
What Is Anxiety, And What Does It Actually Feel Like?Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health concern in the U.S., according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
MDH: First Flu Cases Of The Season Reported In Twin Cities, SE MinnesotaWash your hands and cover those coughs -- flu season has arrived in Minnesota.
MDH: 100+ Minnesotans Suspected Of Suffering From Vaping-Related IllnessesThe Minnesota Department of Health reports more and more Minnesotans are getting sick due to vaping.
Video Game Program Showing Results For Kids With Autism, ADHD, DyslexiaA Minnesota mom is taking years of pain, and offering healing to others via a video game.
With Vaping Rates Up, Gov. Walz Calls On Legislature To Ban Flavored E-Cigs In Minnesota A new survey says one in four Minnesota 11th graders reported using an e-cigarette in the previous 30 days, a 54% increase from the same survey in 2016.
Minnesota Paid For Care For Dead Medicaid Recipients, Feds SayA federal audit estimates that Minnesota made $3.7 million in unallowed payments to managed care organizations from 2014 to 2016 for dead people who had been enrolled in Medicaid.
MNsure Premium Rates To Hold Steady In 2020, Show Market StabilityMinnesotans who buy health plans through the state-run health insurance exchange or directly from health insurers will see average premiums hold steady or decline next year.
Recall: Speedway Chicken Salad Sandwiches May Contain ListeriaThe parent company of Speedway stores is alerting the public of a recall involving their grab-and-go chicken salad sandwiches.
'It's Kind Of The Wild, Wild West': Minnesota Still Allows Unlicensed Midwifery As Home Births RiseSome midwives are warning that Minnesota's unregulated midwifery practices pose a danger to mothers and babies as home births rise.