Leading bioethics and legal scholars from the University of Minnesota and University of Houston are sounding the alarm about a recent report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine in a recent Policy Forum article appearing in Science.

Researchers uncover the best ways to address health disparities impacting black men in a special supplement through several studies presented by The Center for Healthy African American Men through Partnerships (CHAAMPS).

A new study, which followed 20,000 Type 2 diabetics, found that those who underwent a weight-loss surgery had a 40 percent lower chance of developing a heart attack or stroke compared to those who received normal diabetic medication.

Dodging Bullets confronts the lasting legacy of America’s treatment of Native American people.

Groundbreaking science and technology come together to find potential answers for conditions such as muscular dystrophy.

A natural product has been found to reduce the level of damaged cells in the body caused by aging.

Hundreds came to the event to provide crucial funding for research, education, advocacy, and care at the Adoption Medicine Clinic of the University of Minnesota

Hyundai's Hope On Wheels Foundation to present UMN physician and researcher with Hyundai Hope Scholar Grant