Mercury Found In Skin-Lightening Product Sickens Minnesota WomanExperts say that skin product ingredient lists are often not complete, and that it is best to stop using all skin lightening products that aren’t prescribed by a dermatologist.
Report From Office Of Legislative Auditor Reveals Issues With Minnesota's Medical Marijuana ProgramThe audit was tasked with determining whether MDH was properly overseeing: patient eligibility, revenue streams, and manufacturing processes between July 2016 and December 2018.
MDH: Minnesota Flu Death Count DoublesThe number of flu deaths in Minnesota this season has doubled.
The Number Of Fire Deaths In Minnesota Increased By 14% Last YearThe Department of Public Safety’s State Fire Marshal Division reports that 42 people died in fires in Minnesota last year.
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.
The City Of Minneapolis Is Giving Away Free Radon Test KitsThe Environmental Protection Agency designates January as National Radon Action Month.
MDH Says 7th Minnesotan Killed By Flu This SeasonA total of 351 people have been hospitalized with the flu this season.
$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.
Why Experts Say This Is An Atypical Flu SeasonThe influenza season is off to an early start across the country and in Minnesota.
Report: Flu Season In Minnesota Is Kicking Off With Influenza BFlu season in Minnesota is off to an unusual start.
Medical Cannabis Program To Add Chronic Pain, Macular Degeneration As Qualifying ConditionsThe Minnesota Department of Health announced it will add two qualifying conditions to the state's medical cannabis program.
Minnesota Reports 1 Case Of Hepatitis A Linked To OutbreakMinnesota health officials say the state has reported its first case of hepatitis A linked to blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme grocery stores in September.
Chemical Compound Could Be A Factor In Vaping Injuries, Department Of Health SaysThe Minnesota Department of Health is looking into a possible factor in vaping-related lung injuries: vitamin E acetate.
Undercover Investigation Shows Some Delivery Drivers Tampering With FoodGetting your dinner delivered to you can be convenient -- but an undercover investigation could leave a bad taste in your mouth.
‘RSV’ Dangers: MN Health Officials Warn Parents Of Illness With Cold-Like SymptomsAs the holidays approach, doctors are warning parents to be on the lookout for a potentially life-threatening illness that's not the flu or a cold.