Organizers of a new mobile unit say they want to increase access to ear care and hearing screenings by breaking down financial and transportation barriers.
Following the lead of presidential candidate Andrew Yang, cities in Wisconsin and elsewhere are providing residents a basic income. Will the trend grow?
Diverse and Resilient’s 414ALL program, the largest condom distributor in the city, is no longer in jeopardy of shutting down because of a lack of funding, but its leaders say it will have to scale back.
Central city neighborhoods significantly lag behind other areas in Milwaukee County when it comes to vaccination rates, according to Milwaukee Health Department data.
Doctors are urging people to resume getting cancer screenings after seeing a sharp drop-off in patients throughout the pandemic.
A $2 million federal grant will help fund an initiative that will ultimately serve 2,700 patients and create eight new mental health branches at Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.
With a goal of 500 shots by the end of August, Milwaukee nonprofit Next Door is working to break down barriers and get the community vaccinated.
A Milwaukee native. A first-generation student. A champion for health equity. And a neighborhood physician. Dr. Tito Izard isn’t just going to work every day. He’s on a mission.
Some Milwaukee health leaders say they are seeing a surge in eating disorders that they link to challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
New counselors are being hired to increase breastfeeding support services for Milwaukee mothers.