Doctors in Minnesota are less likely than their colleagues in other states to face disciplinary actions for misconduct.
We want to apologize to the American public for recent decisions that cast doubt upon our commitment to our mission of saving women’s lives.
Komen has acted questionably before on issues that affect women’s health — including their breast health.
University of Minnesota bioethics professor and journalist Dr. Carl Elliott begun a weekly online column for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Some longtime Race for the Cure participants found themselves donating to Planned Parenthood in response — and questioning whether they’d run this year.
Lining lunch trays with photographs of carrots more than tripled the number of kids eating them.
Many interpreters get little training and aren’t required to pass tests to work.
“Introverts are to extroverts what American women were to men in the 1950s — second-class citizens with gigantic amounts of untapped talent.”
Sen. David Hann, the Republican voice of health insurance, disputes that Republicans ever supported something that looks like a health care exchange.
A new ranking by the Real Age website lists Minneapolis-St. Paul as No. 4 on its “Best Cities For Staying Young” list.
In a provocative essay in Sunday’s New York Times, L. Alan Sroufe, an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota and an expert in child development, argues that […]
Men may be more vulnerable than women to developing mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as they age.
Heat-generating brown fat “burns calories like a furnace.”
We tend to cling to medical ideas long after they’re out of date.
It’s been a year since a Cochrane Collaboration meta-analysis of 14 previously published studies called into question the common medical practice of prescribing statins to people who have high cholesterol but no history of heart disease.
In the Twin Cities, food insecurity — the lack of consistent access to healthy, affordable food — is almost four times higher than previously believed and more than two-and-a-half times the national average, according to new research from the Univer
When women are scarce — or, at least, scarcer than men — the men tend to become more financially impulsive, saving less and borrowing more.
And women tend to expect men to spend more, too — on them.
Those findings are from an interesting new study
Frankly, I’d never heard of the celebrity chef Paula Deen until Tuesday, when this “Queen of Southern Cuisine” announced on NBC’s “Today” show that yes, the rumors about her are true: she does have type 2 diabetes, and, yes, her doctor did make the
Every parent who has a kid playing football needs to read Jonah Lehrer’s article on “The Fragile Teenage Brain,” which appears on the sports-and-pop-culture website Grantland.
As I’ve pointed out here before, despite all the marketing and media hype about resveratrol, the health claims for it remain scientifically shaky.