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AARP Report: COVID-19 deaths rose, but cases fell, in nursing homes...

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin nursing homes fell slightly in the four weeks ending Dec. 20, but the rate of deaths from the...

100-year-old former brothel and hospital renovated to continue serving as rural...

A community clinic in Tigerton, operated by Thedacare out of a 100-year-old building, was forced to close this spring as the healthcare system consolidated...

Nursing students across the state asked to fill holes in healthcare...

Ten months into the COVID-19 pandemic, with Wisconsin still trying to bring down the infection rate after a massive spike in cases this fall,...

Regional health insurers hire Nygren to lead trade association

A former Republican lawmaker who spent much of his latter career advancing treatment-focused approaches to opioid addiction but who also opposed expanding Wisconsin’s Medicaid...

First shipments of COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Wisconsin, to be given...

The first COVID-19 shots in Wisconsin will be administered this week to healthcare workers, state health officials confirmed Monday, following the emergency use authorization...

Advocate sees pandemic’s toll as it presses on the elderly AARP...

Wisconsin has been working to try to keep nursing homes safe from COVID-19. But as the pandemic has surged across the state this autumn,...

Report: Nursing home infections, deaths from COVID-19 rose sharply in November

One in 50 Wisconsin nursing home residents died from COVID-19 in the four weeks ending Nov. 15, and infections from the coronavirus have tripled...

Mental health and coping in the time of COVID Crisis psychiatrist:...

“I hear you.” Often it helps just to know you are not alone in struggling through a tough time, wrestling with difficult emotions. Living through...

COVID-19 numbers are down. That’s no cause for celebration. Testing has...

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin have been easing in the two weeks since Thanksgiving. But state health officials worry that the coronavirus isn’t...

State gets medical help from U.S. Army to combat pandemic

With the state’s healthcare workforce strained by the autumn surge of COVID-19 cases, Wisconsin is enlisting help from the U.S. Army’s medical corps. About 45...
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