Report Shows MN Teen Pregnancy At All-Time LowA new report shows Minnesota teen pregnancy rates are at an all-time low due to delayed sexual activity and highly-effective contraception.
Minnesota Sees Another Spike In STD CasesState health officials say sexually transmitted diseases continue to rise in Minnesota, with record numbers of chlamydia and hepatitis C cases reported last year.
As Teen Birth Rates Continue To Fall, Youth STI Rates On The RiseA new report says that while teen pregnancy and birth rates in Minnesota are at historic lows, there’s been a recent increase in sexually transmitted infections among the state’s youth.
MDH Reports Spike In Chlamydia, Gonorrhea & Syphilis CasesThe Minnesota Department of Health says there was a concerning rise in sexually transmitted diseases from 2015 to 2016.
Health Officials: Syphilis Rates Spike For Minnesota WomenA jump in syphilis cases among Minnesota women is concerning health officials, the Minnesota Department of Health announced Tuesday.
Report: 'Sharp Increase' In Some STD Rates In 2013The Minnesota Department of Health released a new report Wednesday that shows significant increases in the rate of some sexually transmitted diseases from 2012 to 2013.
Report: STD Cases Rising In MinnesotaReportable sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have increased in Minnesota, according to a report from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Minn. Sees Fewer New HIV Cases In 2011The Minnesota Department of Health says the state saw a drop in the number of new HIV cases reported in 2011, but there were increases in HIV cases in some communities.
Report: Minnesota STDs Hit New High In 2011A new report from the Minnesota Department of Health shows sexually transmitted diseases hit a new high in the state in 2011.
Wis. Woman Sues Man For Her Herpes, Seeks $350,000A Delavan woman has filed a lawsuit accusing an Edgerton man of infecting her with genital herpes.
Minn. GOP: Let Parents Know When Kids Seek CareA GOP proposal in Minnesota would require parental consent before minors could seek treatment for pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases or drug and alcohol abuse, undoing a 40-year-old law that lets minors see doctors without letting a parent know.