Study Links Frequent High Doses Of Ibuprofen To Male InfertilityThe study involved 31 men under the age of 35. Some took 1,200 milligrams daily, which is the maximum limit as directed.
Chronic Pain Sufferers Finding Relief In Aquatic TherapyA unique form of physical therapy is gaining patients across the Twin Cities.
New Hospital Gowns Aim To Fix An Embarrassing Problemhen you think of a hospital gown, you probably also think about an exposed back and a bare bottom.
Good Question: ‘Reply All’: Flu Edition Just like people have been filling up doctor's waiting rooms to get flu shots, viewers have been filling up the Good Question inbox.
Twin Cities Hospitals, Nurses Reach Tentative Deal Negotiators for six Twin Cities hospital systems and the Minnesota Nurses Association have reached tentative agreement on a new three-year contract.
Twin Cities Hospitals, Nurses Agree To Early Talks The Minnesota Nurses Association has accepted an offer from six Twin Cities hospital systems to hold early contract negotiations.
Questions Can Trigger 'Split Visit' Charge At Doc’s OfficeSusan Krantz has a medical and business background; but when she got her latest medical bill from a recent visit, the Minnetonka woman was perplexed.
HealthPartners, Park Nicollet Agree To Combine OperationsHealthPartners and Park Nicollet announced that they have agreed to combine their operations.
Twin Cities Hospital Workers Preparing For StrikeSome union members at area hospitals are talking about possibly going on strike. They're voting Monday and Tuesday on a strike that would last two to five days.
Contest Searches For New Hospital Gown DesignHospital gowns have been around for 100 years, and we've been complaining for just as long.