Johnson & Johnson is recalling a single lot of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in one bottle bought online.
Despite Thursday’s warmer temperature, it is inevitable – winter is coming.
If you’re feeling more than the usual Monday blues, it could be an actual medical issue. Gundersen Health System wellness educator Christie Harris discussed workplace burnout.
The group Citizen Action of Wisconsin made a stop in La Crosse for a final push to urge people to contact state legislators to expand BadgerCare.
The summer solstice is Friday which means we get the most daylight of any day on the calendar.
Access to healthcare in rural Wisconsin is an ongoing issue, but with new technology there might be a solution.
The annual Declarations for Donations blood drive is helping give blood to people around the world and to a special patient in our community.
Kwik Trip has added a new item to its shelves. The popular gas station sent out an email to its rewards customers this week advertising CBD products now sold in its stores.
The American Red Cross is asking for your help Friday: it needs donor blood, and it needs specific types.
California officially gave its blessing to coffee on Monday, declaring the beverage does not pose a “significant” cancer risk.
The Food and Drug Administration’s first broad testing of food for a worrisome class of nonstick, stain-resistant industrial compounds found substantial levels in some grocery store meats and seafood and in off-the-shelf chocolate cake, according to unreleased findings FDA researchers presented at a scientific conference in Europe.
The Pediatric Oncology unit at Gundersen Health System is getting a makeover, with the hope of making the space more welcoming to children.