A long time nurse in the M Health Fairview system says the layoffs could have major implications for healthcare across the state of Minnesota.
Minnesota doctors serving state health care programs wrote a third fewer new opioid prescriptions last year, according to a report from the Department of Human Services.
A Twin Cities health clinic that serves low-income patients faces closing its doors as the agency deals with financial struggles, leaving health coverage for thousands of Twin Cities residents in doubt.
Brain tumors are the number one cause of cancer deaths in children. But at M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis, they're trying to change that and they're closing in on a possible breakthrough.
A mother and son with the same heart condition lean on a M-Fariview Health University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital doctor for treatment.
As state lawmakers still struggle to come up with an emergency insulin plan, the state’s health insurance exchange is offering low to no cost insulin coverage for next year.
The new policy will go into effect in August 2020 and will allow sufferers of chronic pain and age-related macular degeneration to receive medical marijuana treatments.
Mayo Clinic and Abu Dhabi Health Services Company have joined together to open a hospital for complex care in the United Arab Emirates.
Ubrogepant, a new class of drug to treat acute migraine attacks, shows promise to treat patients who have previously lacked other options.
A resident at a memory care facility in Minnetonka, Minnesota fell and injured herself in the middle of the night while the staff member assigned to watch her was asleep on the job, a report released Wednesday by the state Department of Health concluded. The resident later died from complications from her fall-related injury.
Minnesota lawmakers, who have failed to strike a deal to make insulin cheaper for thousands of diabetics, quibbled Monday over the deadline they set for themselves.
Thursday, a local hospital became the first health care system in the country to sell a line of hijabs.
HealthPartners announced it is closing all of its Minnesota and western Wisconsin retail pharmacies in 2020.
A day after angry tweets and news conferences derailed the emergency insulin issue, Gov. Tim Walz and lawmakers turned down the heat on each other Friday.
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.