If you were asked to name a type of cancer, how many could you list? Five? Perhaps 10? Maybe even the color of ribbon that represents at least…

As the weather warms, Wisconsinites indulge their visions of beach days and boating. But if the same old water activities have you longing for…

As medical technology evolves, advancements in stroke care at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s offer ideal examples of utilizing that technology …

The effects of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are particularly devastating to Milwaukee’s Black, Latinx, Asian and Native populations, says …

Though Wisconsin has been long known as the beer, brat and cheese state, it’s getting a new reputation among adventure seekers. 

The COVID-19 ripple effect is proving to be fertile ground for people prone to alcohol misuse — primarily for those already most at risk for p…

Maybe it’s the record store where you bought your first LP or CD with your very own cash. Or the custard stand you loved when you were little …

Little more than a year ago, not one of us had heard of the COVID-19 coronavirus strain. And not one of us was definitively immune. 

Lower costs, affordable homes, an easy commute and loads of recreation options are prompting Chicagoans to move to Milwaukee.

After a year filled with unpredictability and dismal news for the travel industry, Milwaukee has emerged as a hub for Great Lakes cruise trave…

High blood pressure (HBP), or hypertension, impacts more than 120 million U.S. adults. In fact, in Milwaukee alone, there are enough adults wi…

With COVID-19 still a major issue, a new medical clinic in Oak Creek intends to specialize in treatment for those still suffering after-effect…

In July of 2010, I was recovering from another major medical event when I found my own breast cancer just a few weeks before my annual mammogr…

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the nation, the physiological symptoms of the virus — i.e., shortness of breath, sore thr…

On March 14, just two days after Gov. Tony Evers declared a public health emergency to contain the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, our two-ye…

Milwaukee is in the midst of a season unlike any in our collective memory as we reassess, reconfigure, reaffirm and reinvigorate who we are as…

As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in late winter, kiboshing public performances and other social gatherings and driving us all into our homes…

In early 2010, I underwent a pair of surgeries to remove a giant cell bone tumor from my leg and repair the significant damage it left behind.…

As the novel coronavirus spread throughout the Milwaukee region, stories of heroism and helpers began to spread too. From our hospitals and ot…

No matter if the economic climate is steady or turbulent, a financial advisor is vital to help you navigate your personal monetary goals.

Years ago, before raising two small children and navigating a global pandemic topped my to-do list, I fell prey to the slippery slope that is …

Sometime in the future, medical professionals and the nation at large will begin to sort through the many lessons learned from the COVID-19 pa…

The complexion of summertime in Wisconsin is changing by the minute thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, and you might think Secretary of Touri…

An estimated 22 people die every day waiting for an organ transplant, according to statistics. Nykia Julien actually died six times before she…

From baker’s asthma to food sensitivities that flare up hours after you take a bite, allergies can be triggered by the most unsuspected sources.

In 2013, Bryan Grayson thought he had it all. He was happily married to his wife, Corrine — affectionately called Corey — a creative and fierc…

When a good night’s sleep seems like an impossible dream, it may be time to see one of the area’s certified sleep specialists. 

Twenty years ago, heart bypass surgery often meant a six to eight-inch incision and seven to 10 days in a hospital bed, plus recovery time. 

I am truly uncomfortable with needles. The first time I had blood drawn, I took one look at the needle and spots danced before my eyes. Time f…

Not long after Dr. Jorge Ramallo came to Milwaukee in 2018 to practice internal medicine and pediatrics at Sixteenth Street Community Health C…

Since July 2015, Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin have been working to raise $225 million by December 2020.

When Kaylyn Gilroy was just three-and-a-half years old, she was diagnosed with leukemia.

Experts have been working hard to perfect artificial red blood cells for decades to no avail, but the first person who may succeed is based ri…