The state is still experiencing localized outbreaks of influenza. The season typically ends in late April or May.
Minnesota's turkey hunt begins Wednesday and continues through the end of May.
Researchers suspect the new flu viruses were introduced to North America near the Bering Sea. Now that they're here, it will be hard to get rid of them.
A new state law that allows advanced nurses to practice independently has made possible a new clinic where nurses will treat minor conditions and manage patients with chronic illnesses.
HIV infection rates for Native Americans in Minnesota are nearly three times greater than they are for whites.
Minnesota's total number of pediatric flu deaths stands at eight this season. While Type A cases are tapering off, epidemiologists said, Type B flu cases are increasing.
The Legislature created, but never fully funded, a poison-control system that takes scores of calls each day. It says it needs an infusion of money to survive.
Doctors and hospitals say the change would make it easier for them to consult in other states.
Memorial Blood Centers' supply of O negative blood is dangerously low.
Victor Arden Barnard, wanted by Pine County for 59 counts of criminal sexual assault, was arrested Friday night in Rio de Janeiro.
A coalition of dental groups Thursday urged lawmakers to raise payment rates for pediatric dental care to the average among states, saying Minnesota's rates are the lowest in the nation.
Last year 98 patients in Minnesota were seriously injured and another 13 patients died.
Minnesota health officials have spent more than $2 million to monitor people arriving from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
The independent "Team B" group was set up to provide fresh perspectives on the unprecedented quest to deliver Ebola vaccines in record time.
MNsure has granted a brief extension to customers who had trouble enrolling in the insurance marketplace over the weekend.