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A University of Minnesota professor partnered with a colleague from Arizona State University to study how sit-stand desks affect workers' health.
Bioptic telescopic glasses can help people read, walk and see loved one's faces, but hardly anyone has heard of them.
Jessalyn Akerman-Frank has won awards for creating innovative programs for the deaf community.
Is artificial intelligence a threat to artists or a useful tool? Maybe both, Jim Henderson says.
Herself Health focuses on women's health and wellness from a perspective that's different from the one used for men.
Linda J. Camp is working for systemic change to help those without close relatives or friends to deal with health care, financial challenges and more.
Caregiving challenges, homelessness, chronic disease, drug addiction and lack of medical insurance are among the problems Toni Kay Mangskau's family encountered.
Archbishop Hebda says it's a reminder "that all of us are loved by God." Dignity Twin Cities calls it a "landmark decision."
A writing group at the Waters has published four books that share their stories.
"The World Has a Big Backyard," by former Science Museum executive VP Mike Day, is part travel memoir, part advice book.