Coronavirus In Minnesota: Why Experts Stress 'Flattening The Curve'Some might wonder if this will really help. Experts say yes, it helped in China, South Korea, and even during the 1918 flu outbreak.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Is 'Social Distancing' Key To Slowing The Spread?Infectious disease specialist Dr. Mark Sannes says what we do now will help determine what happens in the future.
How Much Protein Do We Really Need?Many of the trendiest diets right now are all about protein, and food companies are paying attention.
Good Question: How Does The Minnesota Department Of Health Investigate COVID-19?The first step is to contact the health care providers so they can call the patient. But also so a team of MDH investigators can figure out the exposure risk for any doctors, nurses or lab staff.
How Do They Conduct Tests In Minnesota For Coronavirus (COVID-19)?Once it’s determined a specific patient should be tested, the sample often arrives to the St. Paul laboratory via courier who is certified to handle biological samples.
How Do They Count Ballots In Elections? How Are Results Available So Fast?Each county has a slightly different method of counting, but there is a general flow. In most cases, the votes move from the precinct to the counties to the Secretary of State’s office.
What Causes Back Pain? And How Can One Minimize It?According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain will happen to 80-percent of people in their lifetimes.
What Do Travelers Need To Know Before Taking Trips In The Midst Of The Coronavirus Outbreak?While the spring breaks of Americans likely won’t include any travel to China, the coronavirus has now spread to at least 30 countries, including the United States.
What Are The Biggest Mistakes People Are Making With REAL ID Applications?If you’re thinking about getting the REAL ID, you might have heard some horror stories. So, what are the biggest mistakes people are making with their REAL ID application documentation? Good question.
How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?Health experts say you are OK with caffeine up to about 400 milligrams. That's 10 cans of soda, or two 16-ounce cups of coffee, or two-and-a-half cans of energy drink.
Andover Woman Wins $10,000 In Gym's Weigh Loss Contest"Instead of covering up my arm wings, I'm proud to flex them and show off my pipes," Sarah Schroeck says.