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While a new COVID-19 variant continues to become the most common variant in the state, Olmsted County hasn't seen a measurable increase in COVID cases during January.
Luke Hoeppner, a researcher at the Hormel Institute, recently received a $150,000 grant that will fund his team's research into why certain lung cancers become resistant to treatment over time.
Crisis pregnancy centers, like Birthright of Rochester, received almost $3 million in taxpayer funds in 2022. Soon, sharing only medically accurate information could be a prerequisite for funding.
Nonprofit hospitals are required to provide free or discounted care, also known as charity care; yet eligibility and application requirements vary across hospitals. Could you qualify? We found out.

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A thyroid nodule is common and does not automatically mean cancer but is something that should be checked out.
“Spend a half hour of your time and you can save three lives?” said Jeff Goodew. “You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that’s a good outcome.”
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Chris Nelson of Moorhead wanted to die as a child because he felt miserable. It took him years to find out why he couldn't keep food down and maintain weight.
From seeing younger clients to performing more advanced treatments, skin care professionals around Rochester are noticing the effects of popular skin care content on TikTok and Instagram.
"These groups provide a safe way to connect with other people who are grieving, to be understood and to share needs, concerns and feelings," the Hospice Bereavement Team said in a news release.
Winona Health staff and visitors got a chance to "test-drive" the surgical robot on Monday.

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January is National Blood Donor Month, and a good time to get in the habit of saving someone's life.
2022 saw more than three times as many pediatric (age 0-5) cannabis edible exposures in Minnesota compared to 2021. Here's what you can do to prevent your toddler from getting into the gummies.
Downtown businesses remain in shock. While some closed or departed, others are moving in.

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