A Community Shares Concerns Over Cancer CasesA Twin Cities manufacturer shocked its neighbors when it made an alarming admission: A cancer-causing chemical had been leaking for years. Leaders asked, "How did this happen?" And we asked, "How are the people?" Our answers have a troubling theme.
Minneapolis Wins The Bronze For America's Fittest CitySt. Paul ranked in the top 10 as well, coming in behind Washington, D.C. to place seventh overall.
Insulin Cost Relief Uncertain Amid Budget Showdown At CapitolIf there is no agreement by next Monday the legislature will have to go into special session to avoid a state government shutdown July 1.
Minnesota Ranks Last In Nation For Drug Use, Study FindsWhile drug addiction and abuse remain at issue in Minnesota, comparatively speaking with the rest of the nation the state is in a great standing.
California Bans Pesticide Blamed For Harming Childrenhe nation's most productive agricultural state will ban a widely used toxic pesticide blamed for harming brain development in babies, California officials said Wednesday.
Drug Prices Must Be Revealed In TV Ads Under New Trump RuleThe requirement is part of President Trump's efforts to crack down on drug costs — one of his few initiatives to earn wide bipartisan support.
2% Medical Provider Tax A Major Sticking Point In Budget Discussions"In the $12 billion of tax increases over the next four years, we couldn't get them to lower one of them," Republican Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka said.
New Device Video Calls Doctors With Real-Time Health DataA $300 device promises to save consumers trips to the doctor by allowing them to video call one instead.
The Occasional Food Indulgence Won't Lead To Weight Gain, Study SaysAustralian researchers studied a group of lean, healthy guys with an average age of 22. They put them on a high calorie diet for five days, to represent over-indulging during the holidays.
These Are The Only 3 Anti-Aging Items You Really NeedIt's an $18-billion market in the United States, and nearly every one of us buys into it. Now, WCCO-TV shares the skin care secret that can also save you lots of money.
Quick Action Is Crucial To Surviving A Stroke Each year in America more than 800,000 people of all ages will suffer a stroke. While medical advances are minimizing long-term disabilities, the age of stroke patients is getting younger.