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Mayo says a plan to consolidate services is necessary in southern Minnesota, but civic leaders in Albert Lea are gaining allies in their opposition.
The researchers say they're on the brink of a new era in cancer care.
Bloomington-based HealthPartners has launched a clinical trial to see if insulin, taken in inhaled doses, can stop the degenerative process. But it needs help.
But Blue Cross officials argue that discovering pre-diabetes can be "good news," because the condition is reversible once people know they have it.
Whether people are more afraid today is a matter of dispute, but one researcher said mass media exposure to traumatic events is increasing the opportunities for people to react unreasonably.
Health commissioner cites medical and economic contributions, though one company was linked to smuggling charges.
One of the largest patient experience surveys in the nation shows wide differences in how patients rate doctors and clinic staff.
Decision continues trend of hospitals halting core services in response to changing demand and demographics.
Most gay men are enthusiastic about giving blood — that’s the good news in a new University of Minnesota-led study on attitudes toward blood…
They point specifically to stabilizing insurance markets and addressing rising health care costs and premiums.