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.
State health officials are investigating the possibility that a rash of cases of teens hospitalized with lung damage is connected to vaping.
Necrotizing fasciitis, or flesh-eating, its a disturbing term to hear, as its something that a few, but not all bacteria can cause.
Winter may be the time we associate with the blues, but loneliness knows no season.
Alliance to Heal and the state of Wisconsin are working to decrease the over-prescription of opioids by big pharmaceutical companies.
Cancer patients at Gundersen Health Systems received gift blankets and messages of hope.
Doctors say hydration and limiting time outdoors are key to staying healthy when the temperatures skyrocket.
Those cute and cuddly animals you may see at summer fairs could carry a hidden microscopic danger that may harm you and your family, E. Coli bacteria.
The heat and humidity might be keeping many of us indoors, but for those who want to soak up all the summer they can, ticks pose another threat.
More than 700 Wisconsinites die by suicide every year. A new statewide task force is aiming to erase that number.
People needing specialty drugs will have an easier time getting them thanks to a new bill signed by Governor Tony Evers.