If you are 50 and older or face significant limits to your immune system, you are eligible to receive a second booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.
A study of Milwaukee County residents links a person’s nearness to green space, or areas covered with trees, grass and other plants, to a decreased risk of a stroke.
Two prenatal care organizations in Milwaukee have joined forces to help bring more services to young fathers.
The Craig Yabuki Mental Health Walk-In Clinic serves kids ages 5 to 18 who need mental health services.
Officials have delayed the opening of Milwaukee County’s Mental Health Emergency Center from the spring to September as they search for crucial employees.
Milwaukee activists on Monday called for a federal investigation into the city’s Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention program following the end of a state audit that took three years to complete but reached no criminal findings.
Health insurance advocates are recommending recipients of Medicaid programs, including BadgerCare Plus, sign up for plan alerts with the state as changes in coverage may be coming soon.
The City of Milwaukee’s Birth Outcomes Made Better Doula Program will be zeroing in on the 53206 ZIP code in an effort to reduce infant mortality.
Imunique Triplett hasn’t even graduated from Rufus King High School, but she’s already earned her nursing degree as a participant in the free M3 (M-Cubed) College Connections Program.
Abbott Nutrition voluntarily recalled its powder formula products due to reported cases of disease, forcing parents to scramble for replacements as well as advice.