The City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) is re-issuing an alert to the public about the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids, most commonly referred to as K2 or Spice.
Residents are reminded of lead in soil hazards and encouraged to get soil screened for upcoming gardening season.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) is sounding the alarm to all Milwaukee residents that no level of lead in the water is safe. MHD is working diligently to make Milwaukee lead-safe.
Flu activity remains widespread nationwide, with increased hospitalizations in Milwaukee. The City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) continues to urge residents to take steps to protect themselves and those around them against the seasonal virus.
If you are concerned that one or more of your children may have been exposed to lead, three walk-in clinics in Milwaukee are offering blood lead testing.
City’s African-American teen birth rate reaches historic low; overall rate holds steady, driven by increase in Hispanic and White rates.
Beginning January 2018, the City of Milwaukee will join cities nationwide in launching a grading system for food establishments.
The Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission (MHRC) released its 2016 Annual Report analyzing the causes and risk factors behind homicides and non-fatal shootings in the city of Milwaukee.
City of Milwaukee Health Department issues call for public input into MKE Elevate Community Health Improvement Plan.
With the start of the school year just days away for some area children, Mayor Tom Barrett and the City of Milwaukee Health Department (MHD) will hold the final Back-to-School Health Fair of the season on Friday, Aug. 11 at Hayes Bilingual School (971 W. Windlake Ave.).