Opioid Prescriptions Down Significantly In Minnesota Over Last 3 YearsChronic pain advocates believe changes in prescribing practices have negatively affected thousands of Minnesotans.
Cases Of Highly-Contagious RSV Spiking In MinnesotaThe flu isn't the only illness spiking right now.
Minnesota Vaping Coalition Supports Flavored Vape Ban Despite Hit To BusinessesMarielle Mohs looked at how the restrictions could impact local vape stores.
Doctors Concerned After 505 Minnesotans Diagnosed With Flu So Far This SeasonThe bulk of the hospitalizations were reported in the Twin Cities metro area, which also showed a higher per capita average of incidences.
What Happens To Your Body During A Hangover?Carbonated alcohol, like champagne, can also worsen a hangover because the carbonation facilitates alcohol absorption.
'I Am So Thankful For Her': Uber Driver Saves U Of M Student's LifeA University of Minnesota student says she's alive thanks to the help of an Uber driver.
Recall: Some Ready-To-Eat Kowalski's Salads Mislabeled; May Contain Pine NutsHeads up for people with nut allergies: A locally-made salad is being recalled.
Water Gremlin Confirms 2 Fires In A WeekWCCO has learned there have been at least two fires in a week at a manufacturing plant that is already under investigation for polluting.
MDH Says 7th Minnesotan Killed By Flu This SeasonA total of 351 people have been hospitalized with the flu this season.
How Long Are Germs Infectious Outside The Human Body?Flu viruses will remain infectious on hard surfaces, like tables or doorknobs for up to 24 hours.
$3.3M Grant Directed At Lead Abatement In SE MinnesotaThe Minnesota Department of Health will use a $3.3 million federal grant to minimize lead hazards in older homes across the state's southeastern region.
'Minny Grown' Turning Raw Hemp Into CBD OilZach Rohr and his partner Den Davis are turning raw hemp into CBD oil in a former peanut butter plant in Cannon Falls.
CDC: 6 Minnesotans Sickened In Outbreak Linked To Pet Store PuppiesNational health officials say six Minnesotans were infected this year by a strain of bacteria linked to pet store puppies.
St. Louis Park Seeks To Become First Minnesota City To Ban Sale Of Vaping ProductsA Twin Cities suburb is taking a small step towards tackling the vaping epidemic as a whole.
Why Experts Say This Is An Atypical Flu SeasonThe influenza season is off to an early start across the country and in Minnesota.