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Invisible injuries from motor vehicle accidents

In the aftermath of a traffic accident, it's easy to focus on the physical injuries. They're often obvious to onlookers: the bandages, crutches and perhaps confinement to a wheelchair. But what about the injuries you can't see - the ones that affect the mind as well as the body?

Family caregivers face countless challenges, limited resources

As the baby boomer population ages, more and more seniors are facing health problems that require daily care. Yet the skyrocketing costs of long-term care - not to mention the hurdles involved in qualifying for Medicaid as well as the far-too-common horror stories about nursing home abuse and neglect - have left many to rely on family members instead of institutions.

Alarming reports of nursing home neglect on the rise

Nursing home neglect is a growing problem nationwide. As more and more baby boomers require long-term care, skilled nursing facilities are becoming overcrowded and understaffed. Unfortunately, far too many of these facilities are more concerned about the bottom line than about their residents' well-being. They end up cutting corners - with tragic results.

The dangers of food poisoning - and how to avoid it

We've all experienced it at least once in our lives: That sudden onset of queasiness that quickly escalates into a full-fledged gastro-intestinal apocalypse. Fortunately, for most, food poisoning runs its course in about 24 hours with no lasting effects.

Most common medical mistakes in Minnesota

Medical errors are a leading cause of death among patients nationwide. These untimely deaths are all the more tragic because they're wholly preventable. Even when mistakes don't result in death, they can still lead to serious complications, unnecessary risks, misguided treatments and skyrocketing medical bills.

Black ice: How to drive safely in subzero temps

It's one of the most dangerous times of year for Minnesota drivers. When temperatures plummet for days on end, the potential for black ice increases exponentially. This nearly invisible hazard contributes to deadly accidents every year. In fact, across the country, more than 100,000 people are injured each year due to winter weather conditions.

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