Gov. Tim Walz again pushed Senate Republicans to come back to the table over a plan to give diabetics access to emergency insulin, but grew increasingly frustrated Thursday as GOP lawmakers tweeted at him before and during his news conference.
Brand new data from the Department of Health shows the vast majority of infant deaths are from unsafe sleeping.
Minnesota's governor and public health officials are sounding the alarm after a new statewide survey revealed a skyrocketing number of students who use e-cigarettes.
A suicide attempt, facial reconstruction and ultimately a facial transplant is a journey most will never know, but a 32-year-old Minnesotan is hoping that his story will help others who might be struggling.
After a state investigation found evidence of patient neglect, Medicaid fraud and obstruction among other things, employees of former Hill City, Minnesota assisted-living facility Chappy’s Golden Shores now face a total of 76 charges from the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office.
Senate Republicans’ plan to provide free insulin to some Minnesotans faced its first public scrutiny Monday, with diabetic advocates and Democrats saying it doesn’t do enough to prevent insulin rationing and deaths.
The Minnesota Department of Health has released a list recognizing health care institutions that carry high flu vaccination rates among workers.
Doctors, patients, and religious leaders spent much of Wednesday laying out their arguments for or against a bill that would allow physician-assisted suicide in Minnesota.
Minnesota's health insurance marketplace MNsure announced Wednesday it will begin its 2020 enrollment period at the start of November.
Minnesotans who buy health insurance on the individual market will likely see lower premiums in 2019.
President Donald Trump signing an executive order aimed at making it easier for some employers to buy health insurance across state lines.
The last-gasp Republican drive to tear down President Barack Obama's health care law essentially died Monday as Maine Sen. Susan Collins joined a small but decisive cluster of GOP senators in opposing the push.
Governor Mark Dayton argues that the federal government is holding up a health insurance program that could save thousands in Minnesota.
Republicans unveiled their 123-page alternative to President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare. The GOP plan is called the “American Health Care Act.”