Early tests on mice have scientists thinking that purging the body of what are known as "senescent cells" could help protect us from aging. But researchers will need to do much more work before they know whether drugs could be developed to help us live longer. Scientists say the discovery might be a "fundamental advance."
Jordan Greenway runs into Darcy Kuemper, sparks fight
Kuemper got knocked out of the game, leading to the brawl.
MacKinnon's controversial goal helps Avalanche top Wild
Kirill Kaprizov's two goals were spoiled by a questionable call.
Attorney accused of sex assault misses hearing, DMs judge
He was arrested the next day after a warrant was issued,
Charges: Man who killed father with hammer says 'the devil made me do it'
The 33-year-old has been charged with murder.
Winter Carnival: Get vaccinated or test negative before coming
Organizers are also reminding people to be mindful of the city's emergency regulations.
2-year-old California girl hurt in crash in southern MN
Another passenger was also injured.
Did either of these 2 MN homes get voted the 'Ugliest House in America'?
This story contains spoilers for the HGTV series.
Driver, 15 years old, hurt when car collides with SUV
The road was wet at the time, the State Patrol said.
Twin Cities family featured on Andrew Zimmern's 'Family Dinner'
The episode made its TV debut Sunday.
California-inspired restaurant opens this week in downtown Minneapolis
It's located on the ground floor of the IDS Center.
Minnesotans have the Badgers back in the national spotlight
Three of Wisconsin's four leading scorers are from Minnesota.
Liriano retires: Remembering his meteoric rise as a rookie
There was no one better than Liriano from mid-May to late-July in 2006.
Mayo Clinic researchers getting closer to predicting Alzheimer's
Researchers working with mice have identified biological red flags that show who's more prone to developing the brain disease. The Minnesota Alzheimer's Association is hopeful but cautions "People aren't mice."
Minnesota scientists discover hibernating bears have surprising healing ability
Researchers tracking bears with radio collars noticed that animals with serious wounds often emerge from hibernation with no scars or signs of infection. Medical scientists hope the bears will help us learn how to better treat our own wounds.
U of M, Hormel, Mayo team up to create new research institute
The partnership between the University of Minnesota, Hormel Foundation and the Mayo Clinic aims to pool their resources together to create a comprehensive research institute -- primarily focusing on cancer.
Mosquitoes attract California researchers to Minnesota
The Land of 10,000 Lakes is apparently the perfect laboratory for testing insect repellant. This summer, some brave volunteers are helping researchers monitor mosquito bites.
Hotels enlisted to combat sex traffic
Noting that the sale of young girls for sex often begins with online ads and ends in suburban hotels, a coalition of officials from law enforcement and the hospitality industry launched an initiative to put hotel and motel workers on the front lines of the fight against prostitution.
Scientist says Hope's death is blow for bear research
Lynn Rogers says he was looking forward to documenting the evolution of Hope’s family as the 2-year-old bear matured. He says scientists had never gotten so close to a mixed-age bear family.
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