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Many Minnesota doctors face new limits on opioid prescriptions.

Minnesota Doctors Face Opioid Prescribing Limits


Former Smoker: "Never Too Late to Quit"

St. Luke's Offers eCare for Minor Health Conditions

FDA Clears Nerve Stimulator to Aid Recovery from Opioids

US Scientists Try 1st Gene Editing in the Body

FDA Warns of Injury, Death with Herbal Supplement Kratom

Gov't Approves First-Ever Med with Digital Tracking System

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Half of US Adults Have High Blood Pressure in New Guidelines


Women Less Likely to Get CPR from Bystanders, Study Suggests


Essentia-St. Mary's Shifts LPN's to New Positions

Brainerd Hospital Won't Take Civilly-Committed Patients

St. Luke's Honored for Care of Heart Attack and Stroke Patients

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Amid Federal Health Chaos, MNsure Takes Own Path for 2018
FDA Moves to Ax Claim for Heart Benefits from Soy Foods
Panel Recommends New, Better Shingles Shot
FDA Rejects Muscular Dystrophy Drug, Says It Doesn't Work
MNsure Navigators Help Duluthians Get Ready for Open Enrollment
Medical Professionals Trained in Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug
FDA Approves Better Vaccine Against Painful Shingles Virus
Health Care Deal Could Spare Major MinnesotaCare Cuts
A new wind farm in Wisconsin is expected to bring power to about 25,000 homes.

New $167M Wisconsin Wind Farm to Power 25,000 Homes


FCC Approves Changes to Phone Subsidies on Tribal Lands
FDA Warns of Injury, Death with Herbal Supplement Kratom
Wis. GOP Resurrects Bill Exempting Rent-to-Own from Consumer Act
Get on the Grocery Bus in Aurora
Broadcom Offers to Buy Qualcomm in $130 Billion Deal
Workout Wednesday: Planet 3 Extreme Air Park

Workout Wednesday: Planet 3 Extreme Air Park


Workout Wednesday: 9Round Kickbox Fitness
Workout Wednesday: Aerial Classes at Ignite Studio
Workout Wednesday: XMT-3 Training Studio's New Space Downtown
Workout Wednesday: Circuit Class at Duluth Curves
Workout Wednesday: Stroller Barre with FIT4MOM

Dayton OKs Reinsurance; MinnesotaCare Funding Still at Stake


Wisconsin Sees Increase in Reports of STDs

Trump's Action Won't Trigger Premium Hikes in Minnesota

County Health Conference Focuses on "Power of Perspective"

36 Percent Average Jump for Wisconsin Insurance Buyers

Survey: 30 percent of Wisconsin Adolescents are Overweight

Not so Sweet: 75 percent of Honey Samples had Key Pesticide

Gene Therapy Helps Boys with "Lorenzo's Oil" Disease

Wisconsin to Fund Child Health Insurance Program

Stable, Dropping Minn. Insurance Rates On Tap for 2018

Wisconsin Firearms Deer Season Opens Saturday
7 Deer Test Presumptive Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease
Up North: Flag Football League Made Possible Through Community Support
Up North: CWD Testing to Take Place First Two Days of Minnesota Firearms Deer Season
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Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says he won't resign after allegations he groped a Los Angeles radio anchor in 2006.

Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Syria: Islamic State Militants Defeated in Final Stronghold

Border Agent Injured in Texas Dies

One Customs and Border Protection agent is dead and another is injured after an incident in Texas.

Authorities Seek Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pennsylvania Police Officer

Pennsylvania authorities are looking for a man who fatally shot a police officer.

Facing Impeachment Threat, Mugabe Refuses to Resign

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe did not resign during a speech Sunday despite an impeachment threat.

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine

Argentina Unsure if Signals Came from Lost Submarine

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