With football season now underway, concerns are once again heating up about how to treat head injuries.
The Green Bay Packers’ season begins with a Sunday afternoon struggle against the San Francisco 49ers. But the struggle is a different one for players who have sustained head injuries.
Heart failure was plaguing a young Wisconsin mom named Kathleen Shores when she flat-lined in Froedtert Hospital's ICU last year.
Increasingly, heart transplants are being delayed, and heart failure patients are being saved by mechanical devices.
The Director Emeritus of the Center for Deaf-Blind Persons says disabled people have the ability to live independent lives.
Breastfeeding advocates say "breast is best" - but does the movement leave other moms out in the cold?
"Obesity bias" is a growing issue that comes from an unlikely source - the people trying to help the obese lose weight.
For decades, Joe Bartolotta helped build up some of the area's top restaurants - only to fear he wouldn't be around to see their success.
"In the 20th century, medicine was strictly concerned with treating illnesses. The medicine of the 21st century is about wellness."
A researcher taps the members of a local-based organization to learn more about the genetics of obesity.