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[WCCO-TV, June 29, 2020]   With COVID cases rising in several southern and southwestern states, some are asking if Minnesota is likely to face a second COVID peak. Allina Health chief medical officer, Dr. Timothy Sielaff , talked with WCCO-TV News about that and other coronavirus questions.
June 29, 2020
[KMSP Fox 9, June 28, 2020]   The latest edition of the University of Chicago happiness study says nationally our happiness level has never been lower. Allina Health mental health expert, Dr. David Frenz , talked to Fox 9 New about how we can take charge of our own happiness.
June 28, 2020
[WCCO-TV, June 26, 2020]   If you think you are struggling to handle the mental stresses of 2020, a younger generation may actually have it worse. Dr. David Nathan is an Allina Health psychologist and he says that out of all the groups suffering during the pandemic, he worries most about teenagers.
June 26, 2020
[KARE 11, June 25, 2020]   With many people working from home and meeting with friends virtually these days, screen time is going up in many households. That can increase the risk of computer vision syndrome, or digital eyestrain.
June 25, 2020
[KMSP Fox 9, June 24, 2020]   While the daily number of COVID-19 cases isn’t rising as quickly as some other states in the U.S. there are still some alarms sounding as Minnesota continues to reopen. Dr. Tim Seilaff, Allina Health chief medical officer , says Minnesota is at an important point in the pandemic as overall cases have leveled out, daily death totals and ICU hospitalizations are on the decline, but there’s been a slight uptick in hospitalizations, totaling 340 as of Wednesday.
June 24, 2020
[Minnesota Public Radio, June 24, 2020]   When is a cough or sneeze more than just a cough or sneeze? And how do we know?
June 24, 2020
[WCCO-TV, June 22, 2020]   A University of Chicago study has found a historic decrease in happiness. The school has been surveying Americans since 1972.
June 22, 2020
[Star Tribune, June 18, 2020]   Minnesota state health officials received a long-awaited shipment of an experimental antiviral drug used to treat COVID-19 patients Tuesday that could benefit 180 to 325 patients. The drug, remdesivir, which is donated by the manufacturer and distributed by federal and state governments, is still in short supply even though it was approved for emergency use May 1.
June 18, 2020
[KSTP TV, June 15, 2020]   As COVID-19 positive test results continue to come in across the country, some states that have reopened are rethinking their decision. In Arizona, some businesses that opened are closing again.
June 15, 2020
[KSTP TV, June 08, 2020]   The Allina Health East Lake Street Clinic reopened Monday after being closed for more than a week. Located in the heart of the civil unrest stemming from the killing of George Floyd, the clinic avoided any major damage, but closed for the safety of patients and staff.
June 08, 2020