Corporations are bringing back holiday parties in an effort to create bonding and to reconnect after two years of distancing.
An early RSV surge is being overtaken by influenza, but both are producing unusually high infection numbers early in the season.
Twitter will no longer enforce its policy against COVID-19 misinformation, raising concerns among public health experts and social media researchers that the change could have serious consequences if it discourages vaccination and other efforts to combat the still-spreading virus.
Mandates proved controversial, but health officials said masks worn properly can make a difference amid respiratory virus surge.
Higher case counts in some areas are a prelude to an expected wave throughout the U.S.
Hairy tongue, welts and hair loss are among the symptoms that sound like a hex from a children's book.
Leaders of both accredited and unaccredited programs hope to help bring more vet techs into the industry.
Early RSV and influenza seasons combine with staffing shortages and COVID-19 to stress hospitals, especially pediatric facilities.
at least for now, U.S. health officials said Tuesday.
Minnesota reported an unusually high number of flu-like outbreaks in schools this early in the fall.
Opponents of the state's protective handling of COVID-19 sought to have Malcolm removed from office.
Overcrowding in Maplewood hospital is one example of growing pressures across Minnesota's health care system.
State officials want Minnesotans to test before heading out for the holidays.
The district is the last of the state's largest to require employees, contractors and volunteers to get the jab or request an exemption.
COVID-BRAIN Project researchers want study participant pool to include representatives from racial and ethnic communities hardest hit by the virus.
The risk of developing mental health disorders remains high up to a year after you've recovered, a study found.
In a so-called natural experiment, two school districts in Boston maintained masking after mandates had been lifted in others.
Report shows impact of pandemic on clinical care in 2020, but that recovery in 2021 was uniform across racial and ethnic groups in Minnesota.
Their stance is illogical and damaging to the team's likability — and playoff chances. These players are betraying their organization.
Canadian resort owners and outfitters hope anglers respond in droves, but Americans' reluctance to get shots might limit numbers.
At a time when many are eager to move on from COVID, Edina remembers.
Expert advice on masking, testing, vaccines and boosters is evolving along with multiple coronavirus variants. Here's the latest from MN and the CDC.
Infection and death rates are stable or falling in Minnesota, but COVID-19 predictive modeling and wastewater sampling show some cause for concern.
Researchers at Harvard and Stanford found several Twin Cities-area districts stood out for the drastic slide among Black and Latino students.
Second Harvest saw its hungriest summer ever this year with rising food costs, supply chain issues and wages that haven't kept up with inflation.