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If you are feeling again like the world is awash in pink – on football fields, cell phone covers, garbage trucks, even pink-ribbon stamps on eggs – it must be October: Breast Cancer Awareness Month...
October 08, 2014
A Twin Cities food company is recalling some of its products that are sold to airlines and various retail outlets because of possible listeria contamination. Buddy’s Kitchen, a custom frozen...
If you’re trying to avoid any GMOs that might be lurking in processed foods, don’t put too much stock in the notoriously vague “natural” label. That’s the word from Consumer Reports, which recently...
A new lawsuit filed by a Medtronic shareholder challenges the company’s plan to cover additional taxes its CEO and other top executives would face as part of the medical device maker’s...
October 06, 2014
Minnesota’s hospitals are ramping up their preparations for treating the Ebola virus, even as they express confidence that the disease doesn’t pose a great risk to Minnesotans. A Texas...
October 04, 2014
Although new Treasury rules will make the deal more costly, the company said the two firms’ plans remained compelling.
October 03, 2014
More Minnesotans died from overdosing on prescription painkillers, heroin and other drugs than in traffic fatalities on the state’s roads. That’s the disturbing conclusion that emerges...
An executive with Minnesota-based 3M said early Friday the company will invest $57.6 million to expand its flagship health care plant in Brookings, South Dakota, the Star Tribune reports. In a...
A doctor with deep roots in the state will lead the research arm of Minnesota’s medical marijuana program. The Minnesota Department of Health announced Thursday that Dr. Thomas Arneson will...
October 02, 2014
In the wake of the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States, Minnesota health officials said if the virus is found in the state, it wouldn’t represent a great health risk to...
October 01, 2014
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