Storm Team Allergy Report

Friday, September 20th: We can expect lower levels of pollen to continue today. All of our pollen producing plants such as grass, trees, weeds and mold should stay at low levels. Enjoy the break from your seasonal allergies.

We will update our allergy forecast, Monday through Friday during Good Morning Northland and on

Minnesota Health Experts Urge Flu Shots As Soon as Possible

Minnesota State Fair Visitors Sickened by E. coli

Range Area Walk to End Alzheimer's

No New Measles Cases Reported in Fading US Outbreak

U.S. health officials say there were no new measles cases reported last week, a sign the nation's worst epidemic of the disease in 27 years could be in its final stages.

Illinois Lawsuit Filed Against Top E-Cigarette Maker

An Illinois teenager who fell ill with a lung disease after vaping for more than a year has sued Juul Labs, a leading e-cigarette maker.

Health Experts Back Treatment for Kids with Peanut Allergy

Government health experts are urging approval of a treatment for children with life-threatening peanut allergies.

CDC: 3 in 10 Minnesota Adults Are Obese

Minnesota's adult obesity rate has climbed above 30% for the first time. The state health commissioner says consumption of sugar-sweetened sodas and too much sedentary time remains the problem.

Amid No Contract Deal, St. Luke's Nurses Vote to Authorize Strike

St. Luke's nurses have voted to authorize a strike. The decision comes after months of negotiations yielded no success.

Cases of Rare Fungal Disease Rise in Northern Minnesota

Minnesota health officials say heavy rains has caused a rise in cases of a rare fungal infection in northern Minnesota. More than 45 people and 150 animals have been diagnosed with blastomycosis so far this year.

Veterans with PTSD, Anxiety Turn to Beekeeping for Relief

Veterans Affairs has begun offering beekeeping at a few facilities including in Michigan. Researchers are starting to study whether the practice has therapeutic benefits for anxiety, PTSD and other conditions.

Scientists Rethink Alzheimer's, Diversifying the Drug Search

Scientists are rethinking Alzheimer's disease, focusing on diversity as researchers explore multiple ways of attacking a disease that is too complex for a one-size-fits-all solution.

U of M Developing Faster Test for Fatal Deer Disease

U of M Developing Faster Test for Fatal Deer Disease

Works of Art or Monuments to Ego? Rock Stacking Stirs Debate

Officials Confirm Outbreak of Deer-killing Disease in Central Minn.

Democrat Introduces Bills to Pump More Money into CWD Fight