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.
Good news if you have some furry friends, Mayo Clinic says that having a dog is associated with better cardiovascular health.
Researchers say a new blood test could predict if you will die in the next decade and they say it is more than 80 percent accurate.
Ahead of the start of school, local health officials are offering tips for you to help combat bullying.
The conversation about kids and the early age they are starting to use certain drugs will be the topic of conversation at an upcoming meeting.
When it comes to binge drinking, you might think it’s a problem reserved for the college-aged crowd, testing out their new freedom. It turns out, it’s a generational challenge impacting older Americans as well.
A 2017 study from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services estimated that 456,000 people in the state need treatment for addiction. The same report estimates only 23 percent of those people receive it.
Gundersen Health System is among the recipients of a $15.6 million grant for cancer research.
10 new measles cases have been reported right at the start of school year.
Minnesota State Senator Jeremy Miller toured the Hiawatha Mental Health Center Board and Lodge Wednesday Morning.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker signed a new law expanding insurance coverage for children whose allergies require live-saving EpiPens.