A Mayo Clinic researcher says a third of Minnesotans are either already diabetic or on their way, and the culprit, according to Dr. James Levine, could be sitting. He's teaming up with other researchers at Mayo and the University of Minnesota to study how even a little activity, even standing, can improve health.
Spielman: 'It was constantly like a moving target all the time'
Spielman said drafting and rostering players who fit the scheme was difficult with all of the offensive coordinators Mike Zimmer had.
Suspect fled police, found hiding in old camper in scrap yard
Police say they were trying to pull him over for driving without any lights.
Part Wolf in Minneapolis to close at the end of January
The Nomad World Pub became Part Wolf in 2019.
Omicron fading in Minnesota? Wastewater detection provides hope
Wastewater samples can help predict a rise or fall in COVID-19 cases.
COVID: Minneapolis, St. Paul vaccine-or-test rule for dining now in effect
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test are required.
Man crawls to safety before train hits his stuck wheelchair
The incident happened Tuesday on Highway 169.
Sizing up Vikings coaching candidates we know about so far
A closer look at some of the head coaching candidates interviewed by the Vikings
St. Paul: Man called police to report he killed his wife
Police are also investigating a separate fatal shooting in the Frogtown neighborhood.
Timberwolves survive Knicks' second-half barrage to get back to .500
Karl-Anthony Towns' lay-in helped Minnesota get a win in The Garden.
No travel advised: High winds, whiteout conditions in NW MN
Zero visibility in parts of greater Minnesota Tuesday night.
Update: Holy Angels evacuated over bomb threat, school says
Someone left a voicemail early Tuesday suggesting there was an explosive device.
Mayo researchers attribute drop in heart attacks to smoke-free workplaces
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic say heart attacks in Olmsted County dropped by one-third after Minnesota adopted a law banning smoking in all workplaces, including bars and restaurants. The leader of Mayo's study tells Reuters other risk factors -- cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity -- stayed the same, leaving the reduction in second hand smoke as the apparent explanation for the decline.
Mayo finds rapid rise in skin cancer among young adults
The deadly skin cancer melanoma is turning up in eight times as many young women and four times as many men compared with 40 years ago, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic. The study didn't suggest a cause, but researchers were quick to point to tanning beds.
Mayo joins with community groups to help immigrants avoid common diseases
Immigrants and refugees often arrive in good health, but within a generation many of them are suffering from obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and other common problems. In what MPR calls a "first-of-its-kind collaboration," Mayo Clinic is partnering with community organizations to teach new arrivals to Minnesota about the importance of diet and exercise.
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