A study published Monday in the journal Health Affairs shows many smartphone health apps don't warn when you're in danger. The review found problems even with apps considered to be among the highest-quality offerings on the market.
The error hast to do with information for 2017. Instead of listing the enrollees' insurance plan choices for next year, the notices list their 2016 selections. Officials say the problem was due to computer coding.
Rates are going up by as much as 67 percent next year for residents who buy coverage individually, and those who don't qualify for federal subsidies will bear the costs entirely. Dayton and lawmakers have discussed a special session to deliver relief but have made little headway.
The Department of Natural Resources says no more deer have tested positive for chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota apart from the two infected bucks that were found earlier near Lanesboro.