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In debate, Jason Lewis veers into debunked conspiracy theories about wildfires...

Jason Lewis, the former talk radio host and one term Republican congressman veered into debunked conspiracy theories about wildfires and urban rioting during a...

Minnesota’s childhood vaccination rates falling during the pandemic, putting kids at...

Fewer Minnesota children are receiving routine vaccinations during the COVID-19 pandemic — a worrying trend that experts say could lead to new outbreaks of...

White Earth votes in favor of producing and distributing medical marijuana

White Earth citizens voted overwhelmingly in favor of a referendum on Tuesday asking if the tribe should begin growing, regulating and distributing medical marijuana...

A different messenger: Ramsey County relies on culturally competent voices —...

Black and Latino Minnesotans are facing disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection, hospitalization and death, which has highlighted a complex public health problem: Distrust of...

HealthPartners: Now is no time to close Riverside Clinic

As we continue to struggle with a global pandemic, less than two months after the George Floyd police killing and subsequent protests that rocked...

Tiny house village inside old Kmart could shelter 200 people

A group of housing advocates is proposing a tiny house village for nearly 200 people experiencing homelessness as a safer alternative to tent encampments. The...

Lessons for Minnesota? Houston emergency rooms being overrun with COVID-19 patients

HOUSTON — Houston hospitals have been forced to treat hundreds of COVID-19 patients in their emergency rooms — sometimes for several hours or multiple...

Walz blasts big pharma for suing state, says they’re as bad...

Gov. Tim Walz, legislators and activists on Wednesday heralded the start of a new insulin affordability law while blasting a last-minute legal challenge by...

As the pandemic marches on, so does the Trump administration’s war...

As the COVID-19 crisis continues in Minnesota and across the country, the Trump administration and Republican lawmakers are still working to take accessible health...

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that public health...

As a country we have woefully underinvested in public health. This was true in 1960 and it is true today. We spend 0.45% of...
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