People tend to think, or at least hope, that most kids have trauma-free childhoods. But a Minnesota Department of Health survey released yesterday afternoon shows that the opposite is more common.See Also:- Minnesotans have a lot of STDs- Erin Brockovich investigating Fridley's elevated cancer rates
According to a new report out from the Minnesota Department of Health, 2011 was a banner year for STDs. Finishing out the year with a record-setting 16,898 reported cases, chlamydia came out on top in the race to screw up our sex lives. Left untreated, that is a nasty little disease that can have r ... More >>
Last month, an epidemiologist at the Minnesota Department of Health found that Fridley's cancer rate is about 10 percent above the statewide norm -- a finding that prompted environmental activist Erin Brockovich to announce her investigative team is looking into possible causes of the so-called Frid ... More >>
The season's best film festivals and events
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Soderbergh's atypically marketed small-town noir
'Moolaadé' seeks an end to female circumcision in Senegal
Hollywood's hardest-working director grabs the goods, shares his take
Pups nipping at Julia's heels show their teeth in 'Smile'
Celebrity supernova Jennifer Lopez opens her mouth and makes the world a sadder and lonelier place
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From escapist entertainment to aesthetic ecstasy: Twenty-nine writers script valentines to twelve months of culture
Humanité mounts a complicated investigation of a simple man
No one's giving much thought to Ralph Nader's running mate. But it has never been a good idea to underestimate Winona LaDuke.
The film junketeer's absurd travels have nothing on the screwy Road Trip
After a string of meta-roles, Julia Roberts gets back to work in Erin Brockovich