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According to a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, depression may be able to be identified through phone usage.
Researchers found a correlation between the amount of time someone spends on their phone and the chance they have symptoms of depression, CBS Chicago reported
People who showed no symptoms of depression averaged about 17 minutes of usage, while depressed individuals averaged 68 daily minutes, CBS Chicago reported.
Usage accurately identified people suffering from depressive symptoms with 87 percent accuracy, Medical News Today reported.
The Minnesota Department of Health reports two Minnesota residents were sickened with salmonellosis. The disease is linked to frozen raw tuna.
The Minnesota residents are adults in their 30s who became ill on June 21 and June 30. Neither of them were hospitalized.
As part of a national salmonella outbreak, both cases were linked to tuna bought at grocery stories and workplace cafeterias.
A Mexican-style restaurant and bar will open on Washington Ave by the owner of Stub & Herbs, in place of former restaurant Campus Pizza.
The restaurant, named Bar Luchador, is set to open in early August, according to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Long-time Stub & Herbs employees Angelo Pennacchio and Regan Haffele will co-own the business with owner Josh Zavadil in an equal partnership. Pennacchio will be president and general manager of Bar Luchador.
Some songs are meant for the sweaty days of summer.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker announced that he’s running for president in 2016, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.
Gophers legend Griak passes away
Lawmakers in Minnesota are attempting to ban gun-shaped phone cases.
A young boy is in critical condition after swimming in Lake Minnewaska, according to the Pioneer Press.
It’s Thursday, which means we’ve already had four days of this miserable week. You’re probably tired, overworked and hungry because you don’t really know how to cook anything besides buttered noodles, and even if you did, you don’t have time.
The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District in Ramsey County announced that West Nile virus has returned to Minnesota.
On Monday, a $50 million project began to renovate Nicollet Mall, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal reports.
Authorities on Tuesday searched the home of longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle, seizing electronics from the home, CNN reports.
Repairs have begun for the West River Parkway after a mudslide closed it down last year, the Star Tribune reports.
Mike Reilly signs with Wild, will participate in development camp
Whenever I have a free moment, I spend it on Instagram. Ok, that’s not entirely true, but there’s something gratifying about sharing your photos and life with others, whether they’re strangers or friends. While some dismiss Instagram as glorified narcissism, taking good photos to share requires intent, a keen eye and experiencing the present with all your senses. Otherwise, you’d miss an unassuming brick building that’s begging for a photo op, or a nature shot that’s too beautiful not to share.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders decried the GOP today in Rochester, saying that inequality will only worsen with Republican control, according to Minnesota Public Radio News.
Major League Soccer set its eyes on St. Paul Wednesday in an effort to get a franchise to Minnesota. The league was originally looked at Minneapolis as the site for their soccer stadium, the Star Tribune reported.
A lightbulb sparked for Craig Nordeen when red, white and blue doughnuts arrived at his workplace around this time last year.
A University of Minnesota researcher published a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association reporting the New York Marriage Equality Act leads to lower enrollments in Medicaid for same-sex couples because more people are now choosing to receive health insurance through their spouse’s employer.
Funding for the ACT college entrance exam has been cut as it is no longer a requirement for juniors.