Flu season is approaching and it’s time to get vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends vaccinations for everyone older than six months.
Fourth graders in the United States and their families can now visit federal lands and waters nationwide for free.
September is National Preparedness Month, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) encourages you to make disaster preparedness a priority.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department recently confirmed a positive test of rabies in a bat found in the city. Here’s how to stay safe.
According to the National Retail Federation, the average family plans to spend about $630 shopping for school supplies this fall.
Do you have some time in the next few weeks to donate blood? The American Red Cross is facing a shortage of the most-needed blood types, resulting in an urgent need for eligible donors with O negative, B negative and A negative blood.
Children naturally like sweet and salty food. But over time they can learn to enjoy a variety of foods. Here are a few ways kids can make healthier eating choices every day.
A great education leads to a great future. Parents can ensure their child’s success by taking an active role in their education at every age. Here are some tips to help do just that.
It’s important to take steps to makes sure you have health care insurance coverage when your income or job situation changes.
No matter the age of the child, parents can take small steps to help children become financially smarter adults.