As the opioid epidemic in Minnesota grows, a new study involving University of Minnesota researchers examines a method to treat back and neck pain without the use of prescription drugs.
A new study published by the University of Minnesota highlights weight control and unhealthy dieting trends in men and women by using data from a 15-year-long study.
A collaborative research project led by the University of Minnesota will study human trafficking networks and how to best disrupt them.
A pedestrian safety study at the University of Minnesota is trying to improve how often drivers stop for pedestrians at crosswalks.
University of Minnesota researchers published studies this past month ranging in topic from motor vehicles to stem cells.
University of Minnesota students attended an international conference for women engineers in Minneapolis this weekend, which sought to encourage women in STEM fields and bring attention to a lack of representation.
New research overseen by University of Minnesota researchers has demonstrated the ability to slow aging and reduce the amount of damaged cells in the body, according to a paper published last month.
For the third year in a row, the University of Minnesota chapter of College Republicans had its Washington Avenue Bridge panel vandalized this weekend.
Between prevention, outreach and management, there are many ways to tackle the season that leaves so many people sick. The largest initiative Boynton Health will handle during the upcoming months is setting up mass flu clinics. And while it seems like flu season is still a month or two away, some cases of the flu have already been reported in Minnesota.
In July 1670, astronomers and observers witnessed an explosion – a bright object appeared in the sky, only to fluctuate in intensity before fading away two years later. They believed the spectacle to be the creation of a new star.