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A new study is showing that some patients unable to seek medical care in the first six hours after a stroke can still be helped... [Read More]
When Amanda Priewe delivered a son on Sept. 21, she and her husband, Joe, did not forget the doctor who saved her life two years... [Read More]
A study being conducted by UW Health and Veterans Affairs is looking for ways to prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease among veterans. [Read More]
A children's product safety advocacy group has listed the popular fidget spinner as one of the 10 worst toys for the 2017 holiday season. [Read More]
A report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows deaths in the U.S. jumped 54.5 percent over a 15 year period, from... [Read More]
At a Veterans Day ceremony, the University of Wisconsin-Madison will rededicate the Gold Star Honor Roll that recognizes alumni who lost their lives while serving... [Read More]
The nearly 200 airmen with the 115th Fighter Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard have returned home following a three-month deployment to Kunsan Air... [Read More]
When Tracey Hulick trains for marathons her focus is squarely on the here and now. [Read More]
Heating costs are expected to take a bigger bite out of Wisconsin wallets this winter because of a colder-than-usual winter and higher energy costs. [Read More]
At a meeting of the Governor's Task Force on Opioid Abuse, a licensed psychotherapist presented a plan to expand addiction treatment by 500 percent. [Read More]
SSM Health has added its first female orthopedic surgeon, but her path to the career there started decades earlier, and has been a family affair. [Read More]
For the last three years individuals seeking treatment for an opioid addiction have walked through the door of the C.A.R.E program. [Read More]
Walk into teacher Janea Sailing's second-grade class at Bridges Elementary School and you will notice something different. [Read More]
Two experts with 70 years' experience in the advertising industry believe a successful ad campaign to combat the opioid epidemic can be achieved, but it... [Read More]
The declaration by President Trump of the opioid epidemic as a national public health emergency will bring resources to help deal with the problem, but... [Read More]
Meriter Hospital is utilizing a virtual dementia tour program to train every nurse in their system and give them a sense for what patients with... [Read More]
A study conducted by the National Institutes of Health has found that firefighters have a higher rates of cancer than the general population. [Read More]
With teen suicide rising rapidly in the last 10 years, access to smartphones and computers is being looked at as one factor associated with the... [Read More]
What started as a Facebook message requesting help for a little boy who wanted to learn to ice skate has turned into a community effort... [Read More]
The Madison police were able to use a newly acquired 40 mm launcher to save the life of a suicidal man. [Read More]
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