Advocates say it would bring better care to rural areas while cutting health care costs
Updated: February 26, 2015, - 09:54 AM
Consumers continue to pursue nontraditional therapies to complement Western medicine
Updated: February 10, 2015, - 09:42 PM
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but a low-dose aspirin a day could keep thousands of Minnesotans out of the emergency room by helping to prevent a first heart attack or stroke.
Updated: February 03, 2015, - 05:35 PM
The study found that people who met for sex through the popular online personal ads increased their risk of infection.
Updated: January 30, 2015, - 10:02 PM
Jian-Ping Wang, a world leader in the cutting-edge field of “spintronics,” says he came to the University of Minnesota with a vision to create an industry that would rival California’s Silicon Valley.
Updated: January 24, 2015, - 09:29 PM
It's now ranked in the top 25 of U.S. public research universities, and it's churning out patents and pulling in federal funding.
Updated: January 14, 2015, - 09:52 AM
Researchers say it could shake up the standard of care for an estimated 2 million American peripheral artery disease (PAD) patients. The U researchers collaborated with Fairview Health System rehabilitation specialists on the program, which has spread to seven cardiac-rehabilitation clinics in the Twin Cities.
Updated: January 10, 2015, - 06:10 AM
The U’s project will focus on 8-year-olds in Ramsey and Hennepin counties.
Updated: January 07, 2015, - 09:04 PM
Norovirus is an unwanted visitor to Minnesota this holiday season, causing outbreaks in schools, restaurants, nursing homes and gatherings. Health officials urge caution, like washing hands, to prevent its spread.
Updated: December 23, 2014, - 02:37 PM