It’s been more than 15 years since a Twin Cities group announced plans to build a hospice and respite-care facility...
Updated: May 22, 2013, - 10:51 AM
Advocates cheered the move, though it will only apply to a fraction of Minnesota employers.
Updated: May 21, 2013, - 09:29 PM
Mexican-style cheese was delivered to homes and possibly was sold on the street.
Updated: May 20, 2013, - 10:10 PM
“High touch, low tech” approach helps hospitals head off delirium in elderly patients, who go home healthier and earlier.
Updated: May 17, 2013, - 10:55 PM
It’s hard enough to live with a chronic condition like diabetes, says Dr. Victor Montori of the Mayo Clinic. But...
Updated: May 13, 2013, - 09:31 AM
The guides are part of a fast-growing, and hotly debated, trend in medicine: Putting people with minimal (if any) medical expertise on the front lines — with titles like patient navigator or coach — to help improve care, and rein in the costs, of patients with chronic illnesses.
Updated: May 08, 2013, - 03:09 PM
If all goes as planned at the University of Minnesota’s Amplatz Children’s Hospital, the child — who has not been publicly identified — could become the second person in the world cured of both deadly illnesses by an extraordinary type of cell transplant.
Updated: April 24, 2013, - 10:17 AM
So far, only one person has had this type of treatment. And six years later, he’s considered free of HIV. The treatment on Tuesday will inject the patient with cells that are resistant to AIDS.
Updated: April 22, 2013, - 05:50 AM
By the time Gisya Rubashkin first set foot in Minnesota, she had already spent 35 years as a doctor in...
Updated: April 18, 2013, - 11:01 PM