Minnesota In Need Of More Community ParamedicsDepartment of Health officials say Minnesota needs more community paramedics to assist residents leaving the hospital in managing chronic health conditions at home.
Talking Points: Director Of Infectious Diseases, Epidemiology Discusses Measles OutbreakThe prestigious medical journal "The Lancet" lists Hennepin County as one of the U.S. counties most likely to get the next outbreak of the measles.
MDH: Number Of STD Cases Continues To Rise In MinnesotaState health officials say the number of sexually transmitted diseases continued to rise in 2018, with increases in gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV.
Do You Take Your Coffee With CBD? Mpls. Business Gets Creative To Serve Controversial ExtractCosmic Bean Dispensary, a coffee shop that sells the hemp extract CBD, opened Friday in Minneapolis.
Researchers Make Breakthrough Discovery In Paralyzing Condition Affecting Minn. ChildrenResearchers believe that they have identified the origin behind a polio-like illness that has been affecting Minnesota children.
MDH: 7th Case Of AFM Diagnosed In MinnesotaState health officials are investigating another case of a rare illness in a child in Minnesota. There are now seven cases of Acute Flaccid Myelitis, or AFM. All the kids live in the metro, are under the age of 10 and had a virus before being diagnosed. Its symptoms are similar to polio.
Ads Claim 300K Minnesotans Lose Health Care If Johnson Is GovernorNew ads from an independent outside political group say hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans could lose their health insurance if Republican Jeff Johnson becomes governor.
Opioid Abuse Training Draws Dozens Of Officers, Community MembersMore than 400 Minnesotans died from opioid-related incidents in 2017.
Minnesota Business Leaders Vow To Help Workers Struggling With AddictionThe Minnesota Business Partnership, which includes the largest companies in the state, is charging its policy to make it easier for employees struggling with addiction to seek help.
DOH Urges Vaccination Following Confirmed Measles CasesAfter three confirmed measles cases since August, the Minnesota Department of Health is asking people to make sure their families are vaccinated.
Health Officials Say No Human Exposure To Rabid BatsState health officials say they have heard from the woman who dropped off two dead bats at the U of M Veterinary Medical Center.