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A woman sued her Duluth employer when its health insurance didn't cover her son's treatment. [Read More]
Latest data suggest that, for healthy people, there's no benefit – but some risks. [Read More]
Health officials say unvaccinated children are at risk in many foreign countries. [Read More]
Third major study, led in part by a doctor at Hennepin Healthcare, challenges the benefits. [Read More]
Annual Census report on insurance, income and poverty is closely watched in wake of battle over Obamacare. [Read More]
Paperwork delays could cause patients to relapse on addictive drugs, even die. [Read More]
Minnesota's Medicaid program will remove one of the biggest obstacles facing patients who need drug therapy, cutting the red tape that doctors say has impeded... [Read More]
Study hopes to find new ways to pay for the growing profession of community health workers... [Read More]
The state sued after feds sought to withhold support of the MinnesotaCare program. [Read More]
The state sued after feds sought to withhold support of the MinnesotaCare program. [Read More]
State sued after feds sought to withhold support of the MinnesotaCare program. [Read More]
Second, separate, case emerges just as first case appeared to be contained. [Read More]
Health officials urge shots for anyone who might have come in contact with the animal. [Read More]
Minnesota officials say the intestinal infection has sickened 72 campers; facility's owner challenges their science. [Read More]
Chlorine doesn't kill all the things that can make swimmers ill, studies find. [Read More]
Minnesota officials say the intestinal infection has sickened 72 campers; facility's owner challenges their science. [Read More]
Four common procedures can cost wildly different amounts — even within the same hospital. [Read More]
Four common procedures can cost wildly different amounts — even within the same hospital. [Read More]
Health officials link the infection to overseas travel, but warn others who might have been exposed. [Read More]
Doctors say the state makes it too difficult for the poor to get anti-addiction meds. [Read More]
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