May is nationally recognized as Mental Health Month, a time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many experience.
A traditional spring break trip may not be the best idea just yet, but with the right precautions and a little creativity, you can still find a way to disconnect and recharge.
More than 60 NCAA schools throughout the country are participating to create a registry of NCAA student athletes who had COVID-19.
While the majority of people who become infected with COVID-19 recover in a reasonably short period of time...
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for men and women, with stress often identified as a major contributing factor. Adding a pandemic to the mix...
The following frequently asked questions about the covid-19 vaccine will provide answers based on the action you choose to take.
Long Nguyen, DO, family medicine physician at ThedaCare Physicians-Wautoma, explains why it’s a good time to review prevention guidelines with your children.
As the prevalence of COVID-19 holds firm into this holiday season, rethinking celebrations – as difficult as it may be – could help you and your family stay safe.
It’s not uncommon for people in Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) as shorter days signal the onset of winter months...