Articles by Chris Malina

While poverty has long been thought of as an economic problem, officials in Milwaukee are starting to examine the issue through the lens of public health, and refocusing on the health and societal outcomes poverty can have.
When it comes to receiving treatment for cervical cancer, many minority women are receiving poorer care than their white counterparts.
The U.S. Environmental Agency and the 10 states that border the Mississippi River, including Wisconsin, are not doing nearly enough to protect the waterway from pollution and contamination, according to a recent report.