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Minnesota Board of Medical Practice Investigating Republican Senator for Speaking Out...

State Sen. Scott Jensen (R-Chaska), a practicing physician, revealed Sunday that anonymous complaints were filed against him with the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice...

How Extended COVID-19 Lockdowns Pose a Serious Threat to Mental Health

Americans’ mental and emotional health can’t be ignored in the fight against COVID-19. Dr. Elinore McCance-Katz, assistant secretary of the Department of Health and Human...

Modelers Were ‘Astronomically Wrong’ in COVID-19 Predictions, Says Leading Epidemiologist—and the...

Dr. John Ioannidis became a world-leading scientist by exposing bad science. But the COVID-19 pandemic could prove to be his biggest challenge yet. Ioannidis, the...

The Real Pandemic Was a Nursing Home Problem

Over the last week, many governors have reinstituted coronavirus policy implementations which had been in various phases of cessation. Why? This is because of...

$27 Million Broadband Internet Funding Bill Unanimously Passed by the Senate

Citing the need for internet access in modern society, especially during a pandemic, the Minnesota Senate was able to pass a bill during a...

Holmquist: Keeping Us Alarmed Is the Main Goal

I’ve been feeling discouraged lately. My guess is that many others are in the same boat because of the same thing. Here it is, summertime,...

Covid-19 Deaths Into Single Digits, Hospitalizations Drop

Minnesota’s reported Covid-19 deaths have fallen into single-digits since June 21st, with most of the deaths coming from care facilities such as nursing homes. In...

Department Of Education Using Survey To Help Decide School Reopening Choices

The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) has released a survey that will be used to help decide if and how the public school system...

Sen. Housley Says Outdoor Nursing Home Visits Are Not Enough

The Minnesota Department of Health has released guidelines for outdoor visits, but some are worried it’s not enough.   The new guidance will allow the elderly...

Majority of Americans Are OK With Opening Their Doors to Talk...

A recent poll says that 58% of responders would be okay with a political candidate knocking on their door to talk about politics, Only...