The CDC director urged parents to get their children 12 and older vaccinated against COVID-19, pointing to an increase in hospitalization rates.
The American Rescue Plan has not only provided resources to assist during the pandemic, but it also expands access to health insurance coverage.
A Grandview High School program – Independence First – is creating health care career opportunities and removing barriers for disadvantaged and at-risk youth.
Gov. Evers called a special session for Tuesday, May 25, asking the Legislature to expand BadgerCare – but he can't force a debate or vote.
In a first-of-its-kind lawsuit in Wisconsin, 11 municipalities are suing 20 pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution companies for their role in the opioid epidemic.
Americans should start getting screened for colon cancer earlier, at age 45 instead of waiting until they're 50.
Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas announced on Monday, May 17 that the Milwaukee County Jail has achieved accreditation from the National Commission on Correctional Health Care for achieving excellence in accordance with standards for health care in jails.
May 6 is National Nurses Day, which marks the beginning of National Nurses Week — a period Congress designated in 1982 to recognize and appreciate the work nurses do every day to save lives.
An art exhibit at America's Black Holocaust Museum in Milwaukee is shining a lot on the need for African-American organ donors in the city.
The update puts all COVID-19 hospital data on one page, so Wisconsinites can more easily find the information they need.
A Troy woman said her medical chart included a diagnosis that hasn't been used in decades.
Nearly a third of individuals hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.K. were readmitted within a period of four months, and they suffered from multi-organ dysfunction at higher rates than the general population, a study found.
The funding, which will span five years through 2025, represents the company’s largest standalone donation connected to its national philanthropic cause of childhood cancer, according to a news release.
Another wave of Wisconsin residents will soon be eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine shots There is already growing confusion and criticism over who health officials say should be prioritized among the new groups.
Partially paralyzed and unresponsive upon arrival, Jeff DeMatthew walked out of the hospital within 48 hours of having a stroke -- with a new lease on life.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to reopen the HealthCare.gov insurance markets for a special sign-up opportunity geared to people needing coverage in the coronavirus pandemic.
Destinations Career Academy of Wisconsin offers fully-online courses. A learning format more families are becoming familiar with.
When Carroll University students return to campus on Jan. 18, the beloved instructor will not be joining them.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, he has had his pharmacist license since 1997.
According to data collected from the “Lost on the Frontline” project by Kaiser Health News and the Guardian, more than 2,900 health care workers died in 2020.