Neurological conditions—that is, disorders affecting the brain and nervous system—can come on swiftly or take years to manifest. Be aware of the symptoms.More
Going through the most challenging years of your education can wear you down fast. Here’s how to create good self-care habits in your college years.
This guide on what makes adolescents take drugs will give you the information on how to spot a potential drug addiction problem in your child.
Cleaning hospitals is necessary and can save people’s lives if done correctly. These cleaning techniques will help make sure that hospitals are sanitary.
This World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, health officials encourage Minnesotans to spread the word about effective treatment and prevention options for HIV. With outbreaks occurring in the Twin Cities metro and Duluth areas, education is essential to curbing the rise and bringing an end to HIV.
Here are the best ways to take care of your skin if you wear a back brace. Use these tips and tricks for maintaining any type of back brace.
Dentistry is an art that requires clean equipment to deliver the best care to patients safely. Continue reading below to learn about proper cleaning techniques.
After months of pandemic-related impacts that reduced the number of breast cancer screenings in Minnesota, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and state health officials are reminding Minnesota women that it is important for all women 40 years and older to get back into the routine of the yearly mammograms that save lives.
Arguing about snoring is an everyday occurrence for many couples. However, that snoring may be the precursor to a severe problem. Talking to your significant other will give you an idea of when you should be concerned about your snoring.
Pregnant parents hear about so many new technologies and services and receive so many opinions telling them what the right choices are.
The Food and Drug Association (FDA) authorized the Pfizer vaccine for elementary school-aged children aged 5 to 11 on Tuesday. The decision comes after the agency reviewed data released by Pfizer on Friday, October 22, that showed a kid-sized, two-dose regimen of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine is safe and 90.7 percent effective against symptomatic illness from the virus in children ages 5 to 11 years of age.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved certain members of the population to get booster shots from either Johnson & Johnson and Moderna on Wednesday.
An assessment released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday shows that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine booster shot proved effective in increasing study subjects’ immune defenses.
From the time you were born to the time you die; your health greatly impacts your quality of life. Your body, mind and spirit are all connected in that one area lacking attention will start to affect other areas of your body.
An advisory panel for the US Food and Drug Administration rejected a proposal from Pfizer and BioNTech on Friday to allow a third dose — or “booster” shot — of their COVID-19 vaccine for people ages 16 and above six months after a second shot, citing a lack of sufficient data on the safety and efficacy of the measure.
The federal subsidy for Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, or COBRA, expires on September 30. The subsidy, part of the American Rescue Plan stimulus package, has helped unemployed Minnesotans who chose to continue with their workplace health insurance plan stay covered during the COVID-19 pandemic.