Advances in Telehealth Lead to More ‘Hospital at Home’ Programs

Allina has one of the fastest-growing such programs in the country, allowing patients to receive hospital care in their homes

Editor’s Note: The State of Health Care After Roe v. Wade Overturned

For magazine’s health care-focused issue, our editor shares her reaction to Supreme Court decision

What Makes Barry’s a Big Deal?

After almost a year since its opening, Barry’s in the North Loop has brought the beginnings of boutique fitness from LA to Minneapolis

How COVID-19 Has Changed the Fitness Industry in Minnesota

Gyms adapted, hybrid and virtual classes took off, and fitness influencers became the new trainers

What Is Cryotherapy—Other Than Very, Very Cold?

A trip to a "cold therapy" chamber in Roseville takes in the purported benefits

How Minnesota Health Systems Are Tackling Long COVID

The state’s post-COVID recovery clinics feature interdisciplinary teams for holistic rehabilitation
Kelly Smith sitting in a yoga pose

This Mindfulness Podcast Is Based in Bloomington

Kelly Smith, who also owns Yoga For You, offers guided meditation in the "Mindful in Minutes" podcast
The Lab features 1,300 devices, including 454 sensors that measure light, sound, air quality, biometrics, humidity, and weather.

Healthy Living: How a Lab Founded with Mayo Clinic is Fine-tuning the Indoors

The Well Living Lab is figuring out which indoor environments have the most positive impacts on us

Inside the U of M Clinic Testing New Cancer Treatments

The Developmental Therapeutics Clinic brings cutting-edge cancer therapies from the lab to the general population through clinical trials
Organ transplantation has taken new strides with the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Engineering in Medicine

How Organ Transplantation Could Become Easier, Starting at the U of M

Transplants could also become more equitable with the University of Minnesota's Organ and Tissue Preservation Center innovations