Strong provider recommendation can make significant difference in HPV vaccination rates

At any point, 1 out of 4 people has at least one strain of Human papillomavirus (HPV)...

Research snapshot: Gay prostate cancer patients have unique social support networks and needs

In the United States, an alarming 1-in-7 men will develop prostate cancer.

Adult obesity rates fall significantly in Minnesota

Adult obesity rates are decreasing in Minnesota, new data suggests.

Back-to-school stress, how much is too much?

It’s no secret that when the summer sun begins to set, it doesn’t take long for back-to-school stress to set in.

CIDRAP joins global alliance to fight antimicrobial resistance

The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) is helping pave the way...

UMN doctor researches new way to treat spinal cord injuries

A diagram drawing that illustrates the 3D-printed scaffold used to treat spinal cord injuries

In today’s medical technology world, there are no effective therapies for spinal cord injuries (SCIs).

For cardiac arrest, cath lab or ICU?

It’s a $5.7 million question.

Smoking leaves imprint on human genome, new study finds

Smoking leaves an imprint on the human genome, a recent study found.

UMN researchers find the link between heart and blood cells in early development

New research from the University of Minnesota reveals endoglin as a critical factor in determining the fate...

Collaborative study aims to reduce racial disparities in nursing homes, improve quality of life

The University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health will lead a comprehensive study of racial disparities...

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