Despite hefty losses, Minneapolis bar owners can't get anyone to reconsider the smoking ban
Senatorial hopeful takes gutsy stand in favor of mall-walking fundraiser
Whooping Cough returns with a vengeance
The nation's largest pharmacy chain brings moral values to Minnesota
The African HIV crisis--15 million dead, 25 million infected--hits home in Minnesota
Among Minnesota's most miserable souls this season are a little known group: People allergic to winter
Guidelines for AIDS-prevention funding revert to dark ages
Why a smoking ban won't work
Budget cuts threaten health care for HIV-infected Minnesotans
The abortion debate quietly smolders at the capitol
What does an 80-year-old man with a bad kidney and failing heart have to live for?
In South Minneapolis, a last remnant of Dr. Martin Couney's freak show preemies
The post-sex pill: Great idea--if you can get it
'Cremaster' controls the ups and downs of Matthew Barney's corpus
Can Minnesota rein in prescription costs?
Questioning childhood vaccinations: It's not just for paranoiacs anymore
When leaders say they're pro-family and Christian, look for the devil in the details
Recruiting foreign nurses to cover staffing shortfalls is local hospitals' latest healthcare Band-Aid. But the crisis only grows.
Family values and the fight against AIDS
A First-Time Male Director Markets His Vision to the Other Half
The state's HIV task force is supposed to mirror the epidemic's demographics. So why is it filled with straight white women?
Dr. Mildred Hanson is one of the few Minnesota physicians who hasn't been bullied out of performing abortions. At 77, she's more afraid of what will happen when she retires.
Two years after picking billions of dollars out of Big Tobacco's pocket, state officials are still having trouble polishing their next trick: Figuring out how to spend it
A tragic accident, underpaid, overworked personal-care attendants, and one pissed-off patient
Hepatitis C has lurked in the shadows for decades. Now it appears dead set on causing the most confounding epidemic since AIDS.
Need a break for mind and body? Try these simple remedies that draw on the healing power of an old-fashioned soak.
October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's a look at the latest resources to keep you in-the-know.
Kitchen Militia moms storm the stage, AIDS activists howl in the wings, born-again virgins recite their vows, and the fight over sex education in school turns into the hottest ticket in town
Why are some women choosing to give birth without any professional assistance at all?
For aliments without cure, hope remains the eternal elixir
The surreal world of sickness from a child's perspective
Call him The Body. Call him The Mind. Whatever you do, don't call Ventura to fund your nonprofit.
Parents, pediatricians, and the growing threat of childhood antibiotic resistance
How quickly life changed when our daughter's heart murmur wasn't innocent at all
Lessons from a rough homebirth
Getting informed is a parent's best course