Parker High School freshman Jason Jimenez sometimes gets hungry during the day. But as of July 1, he can't buy an unhealthy snack during school hours.
WHITEWATER—The Walworth County Health Department is encouraging people to check their immunization records after UW-Whitewater students were found to have mumps.
The two cases were confirmed Tuesday, according to a news release from UW-...
Secondhand smoke doubles hospitalizations for kids with asthma
The risk for hospitalization doubles for kids with asthma who are exposed to secondhand smoke, according to a study led by Mayo Clinic Children's Research Center.
UW-Whitewater officials and the Walworth County Health Department say two students have confirmed cases of mumps.
Medicare has a $30 million ambulance-ride mystery
Medicare paid $30 million for ambulance rides for which no record exists that patients got medical care at their destination, the place where they were picked up or anywhere else.
ELKHORN -- Diane and Michael Michalek lost their 22-year-old daughter, Alyssa, to suicide about four years ago. Now the Delavan couple has helped organize a walk in her memory to help others who have lost a loved one to suicide or people who are...
Walworth County is one of 23 employers across the country this year to receive the Wellness Council of America's gold-level Well Workplace Award.
Doctor Purdy remembers era of house calls
Longtime Janesville doctor Marshall F. Purdy remembers making house calls for $4 a visit. He turns 100 Sept. 30.
Breast milk depot aids premature, critically ill babies
Donor milk helps babies with feeding intolerance, intestinal injuries and other life-threatening conditions.
Away from Olympics, sewage blights vast swaths of Rio
Rio de Janeiro's lack of basic sanitation is in the headlines because Olympic athletes will compete in polluted waters during next year's games, but it's hardly news in areas like the Rocinha slum, where contact with untreated waste is an everyday reality for thousands of people.