Posted: 6:10 AM Outagamie County is suing the state in federal court over how its inspectors are interpreting the federal food inspection code.
Posted: 5:28 PM Indoor tanning beds would carry new warnings about the risk of cancer and be subject to additional regulations, under a proposal unveiled by the Food and Drug Administration.
Posted: 10:31 AM Experts say they're not sure why parents are reporting more skin and food allergies in their children.
Posted: 12:16 PM HER2-Positive Breast Cancer affects 25% of women with the disease. It's described as agressive and often times people are given a poor prognosis, but there's a new treatment for it that has been approved by the FDA and it's helping people with that type of disease live longer.
Posted: 12:13 PM The Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation has named a specialist in pediatric genetics as its new executive director.
Posted: 12:08 PM A Republican state senator says the state should slow down Gov. Scott Walker's plans to shift thousands of patients from state coverage into the federal health care program, citing concerns about delays in setting the program up.
Updated: 9:10 AM Health officials say three more Sheboygan students have an active case of tuberculosis, in addition to the case confirmed last month.
Posted: 5:09 PM The Republican-controlled state Assembly has passed a bill that would allow dentists to charge more for certain services.
Posted: 4:03 PM A panel of respiratory experts has voted in favor of approving an experimental inhaler drug from GlaxoSmithKline and Theravence for treating chronic lung disease.
Updated: 3:58 PM Lawmakers voted 61-57 Wednesday to allow physicians to prescribe marijuana to patients with specific terminal illnesses or debilitating medical conditions.
Posted: 12:00 PM A tiny magnetic bracelet implanted at the base of the throat is helping some people with chronic heartburn who can't get enough relief from medicines.
Updated: 8:09 PM A University of Wisconsin-Madison student hospitalized with bacterial meningitis has died.
Posted: 9:20 AM A lawsuit scheduled for trial will determine whether makers of some baby foods and fruit juices that contain low amounts of lead should be forced to put warning labels on their products sold in California.
Posted: 9:15 AM The University of Wisconsin, Madison, is one of six institutions to share in a $14.5 million grant for cancer research.
Posted: 4:42 PM The Justice Department hasn't yet said whether it will appeal today's ruling by a federal judge, striking down the age restrictions on the over-the-counter purchases of the morning-after pill.
Posted: 10:47 AM For men, the type of balding you have may indicate your risk for heart disease.
Posted: 11:38 AM A new global plan aims to end most cases of polio by late next year, and essentially eradicate the paralyzing disease by 2018 - if authorities can raise the $5.5 billion needed to do the work, health officials said Tuesday.