Taxpayer-subsidized health insurance is available for a modest cost — sometimes even free — across the country, but few people seem to know how to find it.
A manager of several Twin Cities metro area assisted living facilities is being remembered after he died from COVID-19 earlier this month after weeks on the front line of the pandemic.
The FOX 9 Investigators obtained the most serious inspection reports in a survey of 362 nursing homes in the last several weeks by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) on behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS).
Monday, around 50 members of the Minnesota National Guard administered around 300 Coronavirus tests at Episcopal Church Home in St. Paul, but due to errors, all of the tests had to be thrown out.
The “new normal” of wearing masks and creating 6 feet of social distancing has created some challenges, especially for those with hearing loss.
Minnesota nurses say they're being forced to reuse masks and gowns, even after the state has spent weeks and millions of dollars stockpiling protective equipment in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The majority of those being hospitalized with COVID-19 are surviving, but that success is not translating to more seriously ill patients placed on ventilators, according to statistics released by the Minnesota Department of Health.
For anyone, getting released from the hospital is cause for celebration, but when you are recovering from COVID-19, it can feel like a medical miracle.
Families are raising concerns after a North Branch senior care facility unveiled plans to house and care for COVID-19 patients.
Dental clinics across Minnesota began welcoming back additional patients in need of care this week.
While the state moves to reopen, Minnesota nurses are sounding the alarm about a continued shortage of protective equipment for health care workers.
Minnesota is one of 20 states pushing to preserve the Affordable Care Act before a Supreme Court fight about it later this year.
Minnesota Congressman Jim Hagedorn is sharing an encouraging update more than year after he was diagnosed with stage four kidney cancer.
Minnesota's latest COVID-19 model shows a shorter time to peak epidemic, more intensive-care demand and more deaths.
Memorial Blood Centers has issued an urgent call for donations, citing "dangerously low" supply levels.
A former United Hospital nurse is speaking out after he was terminated for violating hospital policies he says he did to protect his co-workers and his family.
Minnesota health care workers were able to perform elective surgeries again this week, providing relief to many patients.
Starting Monday, the state of Minnesota loosened restrictions on elective surgeries amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but some hospital workers are concerned by the state’s latest move.
NASCAR will return to racing this Sunday and it plans to honor frontline heroes at the fanless race, including a doctor from Minnesota.
With Minnesota’s stay-at-home order set to expire in one week, the Governor is likely meeting with major stakeholders to evaluate if an extension is needed. One of the key factors in their decision will be whether hospitals feel prepared.