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Dr. Nicole Baldwin will present her findings at the Minneapolis VA on Thursday.
Contracts expire May 31, with only modest progress in labor negotiations.
Employers' money-saving strategies have run their course, a study suggests.
The contradiction between Tiger Woods' success and efforts to limit fusion surgery — at least as a first-choice option for low-back pain — reflects one of the great tensions in American medicine.
Researchers will contact 25,000 people who were originally part of U.S. Department of Education surveys in the 1960s and 1970s.
With foundation's support, Hennepin Healthcare will open a perinatal mental health facility.
Across the country, 104 small-town hospitals have closed since 2010, raising concerns that rural Americans are losing access to critical services. The billion-dollar question — literally, considering the economic impact of rural hospitals — is whether Minnesota has managed to insulate itself.
Twenty-five states would continue life support in incapacitated pregnant women, in some cases regardless of whether their babies are likely to be saved, researchers found.
Minnesota outperforms other states in preventive medical care, but lagged in its poorest and most diverse regions.
Amid signs of progress in preventing sexually transmitted diseases, state health officials were alarmed by a small spike in cases of congenital syphilis in fetuses and newborn babies.