Investigators say the University of Minnesota should do more to protect vulnerable participants in human research trials.
The financial stress of the last recession likely contributed to a recent increase in suicides among middle-aged Americans.
An annual report on patient safety shows more errors but fewer deaths in Minnesota hospitals in the past year.
A new marijuana study is comparing the risks of smoking pot to the risks of using other drugs.
UMD students have made it their goal to put a hat on the head of every child battling cancer.
People with low levels of vitamin D appear to have an increased risk for type 2 diabetes even if they're not overweight.
A new poll suggests that parents should be required to vaccinate their kids.
There may be some new help for congestive heart failure patients.
The UMD campus crew is preparing to donate 100 hats to child at St. Mary's.
Scientists are calling it a "remarkable new advance" against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
A new study taken over the span of two decades finds U.S. teens are getting less sleep than ever before.
Twenty-one new cases of mesothelioma have been identified in a group of 69,000 mine workers that the Minnesota Department of Health and the University of Minnesota have been studying since the late 1990s.
Regulators of Minnesota's new medical cannabis program are seeking to certify laboratories to test the marijuana cultivated for medicinal use.