A government survey shows pot use in pregnancy has doubled among U.S. women and is most common during the first trimester.
The Out of the Darkness Walk is to prevent suicide and to commemorate those lost to self harm.
It’s a free, six week activity challenge meant to get you up and moving and tracking your exercise.
Over 114,000 Americans are waiting for an organ donation.
Data show there are about 114,000 people around the country waiting for a second chance at life.
The conversation continues on the opioid crisis in La Crosse. Last summer, a group called The Alliance to HEAL formed with a goal to fix the gaps in care for people with substance abuse disorders.
As communities brace for another round of spring floods, area physicians are looking ahead to the cleanup process and urging residents to use the proper precautions to protect their well-being.
Local universities and health systems met at Viterbo University for a public health forum on eliminating tobacco use across the state.
California-grown avocados sold in bulk to retail stores in six states, including Wisconsin, by the Henry Avocado Corporation are being recalled due to potential contamination with the bacterium listeria monocytogenes, the company announced on Saturday.
Statistics from Gundersen Health System show it only affects between 1 to 3 percent of the population over 50, still Parkinson’s Disease can be devastating. Currently, there’s no cure.
For the first time the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug made specifically for the treatment of postpartum depression.