Doctors said his chest tumor is gone and Hauser appears to be regaining strength and energy.
Don't worry, folks. Your bacon is totally safe.
Unapologetic editor says HIV is not a mark of shame
Republicans and some Democrats spoke out this weekend against the plan, citing lack of details or unease with the public option.
Speaking to a nearly packed Target Center, he gave a more folksy version of his health care reform speech given to the joint session of Congress earlier this week.
Americans United for Change released a new ad attempting to turn the tables on the much-debunked Republican claim that President Obama's health care reform plan would create death panels.
Twin Cities emergency rooms saw a big spike in abuse of heroin and prescription narcotic drugs last year. Once you start, the fun don't stop.
The child also had underlying medical conditions and the flu's role in the child's death is unclear.
Is the anti-vaccine movement to blame?
An Oshkosh, Wis. woman believes her husband went sleepwalking after taking a prescription sleeping pill and drowned in the Fox River.
The Minnesota Health Department released some sad, sad statistics this week. The number of new cases of AIDS in the state last year was 326.
State health officials announced that polio may have played a role in the death of a Minnesotan last month. They are urging all parents to make sure that their children have up-to-date vaccinations.
Chlamydia and syphilis, in particular, are on the rise. (Not an April Fool's gag).
When men get the courage to see a doctor about problems keeping it up, the last thing they expect is to have trouble getting it back down.
Peanut allergy sufferers have another worry: whether flying Northwest is a death wish. The airline is reinstating their peanut snacks as they continue to merge with Delta and some customers are pretty pissed off.
If there is one thing local health blogger Gary Schwitzer at the University of Minnesota School of Journalism hates, it's the media's press coverage of medical "cures".
The community is calling autism the "Minnesota Disease" and it's gaining national attention as a potential example of gene ... More >>
Though declining nationwide, tuberculosis is increasing in Minnesota as immigrants flock here
Minnesota's smoking ban is putting local hookah bars out of business
After squawking about sex ed for years, DFLers turned prude once they took power
A newly approved vaccine could prevent a widespread precancerous STD. But will anyone use it?
For Minnesota hospitals, sick immigrants mean an unhealthy bottom line
If there were a problem with a life-saving medical device implanted in your heart, someone would tell you, right? Tom Hatch thought so. He was wrong.
Bob Briggs got a head full of shrapnel in Iraq. Then he came home to more wars: to regain the use of his half-paralyzed body, and to get the U.S. government to pay for his medical care.