Social media keeps us constantly connected and billions of us around the world use it.
But when it comes to your kids, how much is too much?
It’s officially flu season in Wisconsin.
As you head outside in these colder temperatures, you will want to take some extra precaution.
Wisconsin lawmakers are moving ahead with a bill that would limit the sale of vaping and other tobacco products to people over age 21.
Doctors say the first attempt in the United States to use a gene editing tool called CRISPR against cancer seems safe in the three patients who have had it so far.
A government agency is recommending that all 50 states enact laws requiring bicyclists to wear helmets to stem an increase in bicycle deaths on U.S. roadways.
As cases of illness and death related to vaping continue to rise, a local doctor provides some context.
A U.S. Senate committee is advancing a proposal from Sen. Susan Collins to improve research about Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections.
Nestle USA is recalling some of its ready-to-bake cookie dough products because they may contain pieces of food-grade rubber.
Minnesota has reported its first flu death of the season.
The number of U.S. vaping illnesses has jumped again, reaching more than 1,800 cases.
New research shows yet another reason to vaccinate children against measles. After a bout of measles, youngsters are more vulnerable to other germs such as flu or strep.