Warren Wolfe

Reporter | Aging and health-care policy
Phone: 612-673-7253
At the Star Tribune, Warren Wolfe has been a copy editor, assistant city editor, team leader and roving state feature writer and covered agriculture before moving to the aging beat. He has written extensively about caregiving, nursing homes, Medicare, Medicaid, and state and national policies on health care and aging.

Recent content from Warren Wolfe

Teacher of autistic kids treasures small successes

In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a special education teacher prepares kids to cope with a mystifying world.

Updated: April 08, 2013, - 04:43 PM

For triathlete, competing and training are the same

Skill is not enough. To reach the top, even the best athletes require good coaches, perseverance and the love of practice.

Updated: April 02, 2013, - 04:40 PM

Glassblower channels art and passion

In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a Mahtomedi artist talks about learning life lessons through shattered glass.

Updated: April 02, 2013, - 04:39 PM

Chess master expects to win

In this continuing series about everyday Minnesotans mastering their craft, a chess king talks about making all the right moves.

Updated: April 02, 2013, - 04:38 PM

Restaurant server breaks the mold

In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a steakhouse server at the top of her game talks about reaching for greatness.

Updated: April 02, 2013, - 04:34 PM

In the obesity war, the pear shape loses ground

Pear-shaped? Apple-shaped? On the front lines of fighting fat, doctors say new research on body type will help them combat dangerous weight.

Updated: February 20, 2013, - 02:07 PM

Pump up your flu shot with a trip to the gym

Iowa researchers find that vaccinations may be more effective if followed by a 90-minute workout.

Updated: January 30, 2013, - 05:05 PM

Kick the high-energy can for a real jolt

If the reported dangers of high-energy caffeine drinks have you worried, there are plenty of quick — and safer —...

Updated: January 25, 2013, - 03:09 PM

‘Body World’ gets under your skin

For the sequel to its blockbuster "Body Worlds" exhibit, the Science Museum explores our lives from birth to death.

Updated: January 16, 2013, - 06:29 PM

Come for the play; stay for the intense panel discussion

The Mayo Clinic and Guthrie Theater are partnering for a daylong seminar on the impact of addiction.

Updated: January 14, 2013, - 04:13 PM

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