Representatives of the Health Department, Milwaukee Water Works, the Department of Public Works and others will be on hand to answer questions about the city’s lead crisis on Friday, March 22.
When it comes to food, sometimes it’s easier to eat something convenient over something healthy. Kohl’s Healthy Families and the American Cancer Society decided to challenge that idea with nutrition education programs.
One in 10 children in Milwaukee have tested with elevated blood lead levels. But what is the source: paint, water, both? Depends on whom you ask.
CORE El Centro, which opened in 2002, provides natural healing and wellness services to thousands of low-income residents.
Representatives of the Milwaukee Health Department and advocacy groups continued to disagree on the main source of lead poisoning at a League of Women Voters forum intended to call attention to the issue.
Martine Caverl and Amika Tendaji, co-founders of the Chicago-based UMedics, brought their workshop to Milwaukee to teach participants how to keep a gunshot victim alive until help arrives.
During the Benedict Center’s recent Women and Justice Conference, panelists posited that human trafficking is a public health issue, since it affects not only individuals but communities.
Pete’s Fruit Market’s first health fair at its Bronzeville location offered attendees resources to prevent and treat lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.
Camp Umoja is a free six-week summer program that aims to put children in kindergarten through high school on a path to success.
Members of the Milwaukee Nutrition & Lead Task Force are knocking on every door in the Amani neighborhood this summer to educate the community about lead.