Companies have been making similar offers to their employees for years as a way to reduce obesity in the workplace and lower health costs, but Kaiser is taking it one step further and making the offer to any adult in Colorado.
It's a chance for area children to learn great health habits as the UW La Crosse kicks off its Youth Sports and Fitness Camp. About 120 kids are spending the next three days staying active playing sports like kickball, flag football and soccer.
The state of Wisconsin has received preliminary approval from the federal government for some of the Medicaid cuts expected to result in about 65,000 poor adults and children leaving health insurance programs.
The nation's health secretary says young teenagers cannot buy the Plan B morning-after pill without a prescription -- a surprise move overruling her own experts, who were preparing to let it be sold on drugstore shelves like condoms.
Federal regulators will take a closer look this week at the safety of newer birth control pills that were heavily promoted as having fewer side effects and the ability to clear up acne and other hormonal bothers.
We have new information about the medical school that could make Central Wisconsin home in the next few years. The dean of the proposed college said the next six months will be crucial in deciding if the college will come to Wausau in August of 2013.
President Barack Obama is renewing the U.S. commitment to ending AIDS Thursday, setting new goals for getting more people access to life-saving drugs and boosting spending on treatment in the U.S. by $50 million dollars.
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