Articles by Shamane Mills

State health officials say seasonal influenza has not peaked yet in Wisconsin and people can expect the illness to hang around through much of April.
The seasonal flu has not hit the state or the country as hard as it did last year, which Wisconsin health officials described as "significant and strange."
Health officials say flu season never really ends; it just gets better or worse. But it did end — at least briefly — in Wisconsin.
A national study looks at how well the flu vaccine prevents death in children ages 18 and younger.
In response to Wisconsin's shortage of mental health and addiction experts, especially those who can help pregnant women, Milwaukee health professionals are advancing an effort to get expectant mothers the care they need.
Wisconsin is among 12 states getting an "F" for not preventing lead in school drinking water.
The Trump administration proposed rules designed to stabilize the insurance market for those getting policies under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Despite state and federal Do Not Call laws, telemarketing continues to be a top complaint in Wisconsin.
Madison has reached one goal in reducing veteran homelessness. But it still faces challenges.
In 2016, 8.1 percent of workers in the public and private sector were in unions, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's down a bit from 8.3 percent in 2015.