Milwaukee Health Department Number of New HIV Cases Remain Stable Despite Education By LaToya Dennis • Dec 2, 2015 Stephen Chernin/Getty Images Listen Listening... / 2:59 Tuesday marked World AIDS day, and people were encouraged to get tested. In Wisconsin, despite all the education efforts, the number of HIV cases diagnosed annually is not dropping, but it is holding steady. Milwaukee Medical Director Answers Questions about Ebola By Marge Pitrof • Oct 20, 2014 Paul Kane, getty images Listen Listening... / 4:46 Dr. Geoffrey Swain says, for the most part, people here are worrying needlessly. Crews Monitor Water Quality at Milwaukee's Lake Michigan Beaches By Susan Bence • Jul 4, 2014 Listen Listening... / 4:54 All summer long, the Milwaukee Health Department is partnering with UWM's School of Public Health to test if it's safe to swim at Bradford, McKinley and South Shore beaches. Wash Your Hands: 4 Cases of Mumps Confirmed in Milwaukee By LaToya Dennis • May 8, 2014 Alex E. Proimos, Flickr Listen Listening... / 3:12 So far, there have been 27 confirmed cases of mumps across Wisconsin this year with four of them being in Milwaukee.