Current e-cigarette use among Wisconsin high school students increased 154% between 2014 and 2018. In 2014, just under 8% of Wisconsin high school students were using e-cigarettes. In 2018, that number skyrocketed to 20% (or …
The World Health Organization released a report Wednesday detailing the public health benefits that could come with tackling the issue of climate change.
National Influenza Vaccination Week, December 2-8, 2018, is a national awareness week focused on highlighting the importance of influenza vaccination. During the 2017-2018 flu season, 7,530 people in Wisconsin were hospitalized due to flu-related complications, …
A study highlighted in U.S. News & World Report found that less than half of gun owners in the America report storing all of their firearms safely.
An article in the Los Angeles Times life discusses recent studies about the decreased life expectancy in the United States.
National Public Radio features a conversation with Rachel Martin and commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions from listeners about how the government handles public health threats, specifically the flu.
Wisconsin Public Radio reports about how technology to track genetic data can be used to map HIV outbreaks in real time.
U.S. News reports that where you live will likely affect if you will develop heart failure.
The Health Policy Institute of Ohio recommends a new approach to reduce infant mortality and achieve equity.
This Culture of Health Blog, featured by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation describes several examples of how health is being improved in rural areas. It also provides several rural health resources to explore.