Tuesday, October 19th: Pollen production is low from grasses, trees, weeds, and mold.
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The FDA is expected to authorize the mixing and matching of COVID-19 booster shots later this week.
The FDA is working on a plan that would let most Americans buy hearing aids without a prescription. More than 15% of U.S. adults have trouble hearing.
U.S. health officials are inviting state officials to pre-order doses starting next week, setting the stage for a national COVID-19 vaccination campaign for younger children.
U.S. health advisers said Thursday that some Americans who received Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine should get a half-dose booster to bolster protection against the virus. The panel will discuss a Johnson & Johnson booster on Friday.
U.S. regulators release long-awaited guidelines aimed at reducing sodium levels in dozens of foods, saying individuals 14 years and older should limit their consumption to 2,300 mg/day.
The Minnesota Supreme Court says workers' compensation for injured employees doesn't cover medical marijuana because the drug remains illegal under federal law.
The FDA authorizes the first electronic cigarettes in the U.S., saying the Vuse e-cigarette helped smokers quit or significantly reduce use of cigarettes.
Medical professionals from Essentia Health and St. Luke's Hospital came together for a virtual press conference to update the community on COVID-19 developments in our communities.
Minnesota’s COVID-19 test positivity rate has soared to 8.3%, the highest mark since the vaccines first rolled out late last year.
Health officials backtrack on taking a daily aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke in adults over 60. The risk of bleeding outweighs any potential prevention benefits.
Drugmaker Merck has asked U.S. regulators to authorize its antiviral pill against COVID-19. It would be the first pill shown to treat COVID-19 symptoms.