High demand for flu shots? Experts hope to avoid 'twindemic'

Study: Neanderthal genes are a liability for COVID patients
This 2020 electron micrsocope image made available by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows a Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 particle isolated from a patient, in a laboratory in Fort Detrick, Md. Coronaviruses, including the newest one, are named for the spikes that cover their outer surface like a crown, or corona in Latin. Using those club-shaped spikes, the virus latches on to the outer wall of a human cell, invades it and replicates, creating viruses to hijack more cells.

Timothy Ray Brown, 1st person cured of HIV, dies of cancer
This March 4, 2019 file photo shows Timothy Ray Brown in Seattle. Brown, who made history as “the Berlin patient,” the first person known to be cured of HIV infection, died Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at his home in Palm Springs, Calif., according to a social media post by his partner, Tim Hoeffgen. He was 54.

COVID-19 cases rising among US children as schools reopen
Students greet school staff as they arrive for in-person classes outside Public School 188 The Island School, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, in the Manhattan borough of New York. Hundreds of thousands of elementary school students are heading back to classrooms starting Tuesday as New York City enters a high-stakes phase of resuming in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

MDH reports 5 new COVID-19 deaths, 817 more cases
In this Friday, May 1, 2020, photo, medical workers test a local resident at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site in Waterloo, Iowa.

How can I tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19?

In this Sept. 24, 2020, file photo, cemetery workers place the coffin containing the remains of Jose de Arimateia, 65, who died from COVID-19 complications, into a niche at the municipal cemetery in Nova Iguacu, Brazil. The worldwide death toll from the coronavirus eclipsed 1 million, nine months into a crisis that has devastated the global economy, tested world leaders' resolve, pitted science against politics and forced multitudes to change the way they live, learn and work.

Worldwide death toll from coronavirus eclipses 1 million

COVID-19 in Minnesota: 4 new deaths, 1,077 more cases reported
MDH: 1,478 newly-reported COVID-19 cases, state surpasses 2,000 total deaths
Tiny airborne particles may pose a big coronavirus problem
COVID-19 survey ended in Minnesota after health officials face confrontations, racial slurs
'Sam is always there': Child life specialist helps 4-year-old adapt to cancer therapy

'Sam is always there': Child life specialist helps 4-year-old adapt to cancer therapy

Finland deploys coronavirus-sniffing dogs at main airport
Upcoming COVID-19 community testing events in Minnesota
Single-dose vaccine tested as US experts say no corners cut
First of its kind saliva testing site in Minnesota to open in Duluth Wednesday

'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

UK leader orders new virus restrictions, could last 6 months

1st COVID-19 saliva testing site to open Wednesday in Duluth

UK science advisers warn of darker COVID-19 days ahead

MDH reports 2 new COVID-19 deaths, 39 new hospitalizations

Experts, organizations team up to reduce risk of 'twindemic' with COVID-19 and flu

What you need to know about voting for the 2020 election
Wall Street ticks up amid hopes that Congress can deliver
Microsoft resolves major Monday outage after 5 hours
Inside Your Health: CDC transmission recommendations

Inside Your Health: CDC transmission recommendations

Inside Your Health: Flu season

Inside Your Health: The latest on a COVID-19 vaccine

Inside Your Health: CDC confusion