Eliminating racial health disparities may be the key to keeping the Minnesota’s workforce strong, according to a new report from the University of Minnesota.
University of Minnesota alumnus Steve Rummler dealt with chronic pain after a serious back injury, so his doctor prescribed him opioids, which he eventually became addicted to. He died after a relapse in 2011, and his family started a nonprofit in his name to help others with addiction.
Nearly 6 percent of University students have ADHD, according to a 2015 College Student Health Survey report, and many of them use medication to manage their symptoms. As the number of people who are prescribed drugs like Ritalin, Concerta and Adderall increases nationally, experts say doctors should diagnose ADHD carefully to avoid overmedicating or misdiagnosing patients.
Crisp & Green, a casual restaurant that sells nutritious food, will replace the space that was once home to Espresso Royale in Dinkytown.
While vacationing in Naples, Florida in 2017, University of Minnesota alumna and long-time employee Susan Markgraf met Kelly, her brother’s friend. The two became Facebook friends, but Markgraf didn’t imagine the connection would lead to anything.
Citing concerns over conflicts of interest, some University of Minnesota faculty want the University’s top medical administrator’s job split into two positions.
A University of Minnesota study will evaluate the effect Minneapolis’ $15 minimum wage ordinance could have on obesity in minimum-wage employees.
Telling children to diet may have emotional and physical health consequences that affect future generations, according to a University of Minnesota study.
In a press release Wednesday, the University said it anticipates a joint convention of the state Legislature to elect Simmons' replacement.
In a 2015 study by Deloitte, 70 percent of Americans said they binge-watch TV shows. But this habit may pose health concerns, according to a new study from the University of Minnesota.