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Wisconsin home sales reached record levels in 2016, according to end-of-year data from the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
A state website where people can register and find out more about organ donation had only been in English, but is now also in Spanish
As a new president took office after campaigning hard against the Affordable Care Act, a University of Wisconsin physician is urging caution on making immediate changes to the health care system.
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Wisconsin Physicians for a National Health Program has raised concerns about a rapid repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Melissa Stiles of the UW School of Medicine's Department of Family Medicine and Community Health discusses the potential implications for patients and providers.
Trauma-informed care helps those who work with children consider each individual's background and experiences, which for many include some sort of traumatic experience. Fostering Futures is an initiative to promote the approach in schools and elsewhere.
Health officials are urging people in two at-risk groups to get tested for Hepatitis C, a blood borne disease that can cause liver failure if untreated.
Five pipelines carry fossil fuels across the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians reservation in Ashland and Iron counties. While four transport natural gas, another carries crude oil.
Every year more than a hundred people who are hooked on fishing will get hooked while fishing and end up in a fishing hall of shame.
People often look at alternative transportation as a big city issue. But rural communities in Wisconsin and around the country are facing the challenges of providing mobility to local residents — especially for an aging population.
While the incidence of cancer is lower among people who live in rural parts of the United States than more densely populated areas, they are more likely to be diagnosed at later stages, have less access to medical treatment and receive poorer quality of care than their urban counterparts.