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What's Going Around: Screening for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Video included

This week, we talk with doctors about Obstructive Sleep Apnea and seasonal allergies.


UW Health announces breach of patient information after employee email compromised

UW Health says that 2,036 patients had information compromised after an employee's email account was used by an unauthorized user.


Does Celiac Disease affect pregnancy? Video included

Dani Maxwell looks into whether doctors think there is a link between infertility and Celiac disease.


Gehl Foods distributed nacho cheese linked to fatal botulism

The Wisconsin company that distributed the nacho cheese dip linked to a fatal botulism outbreak in California says its working with federal, state and local health officials to determine what caused the contamination.


DIGGING DEEPER: Verona woman's story highlights proposal to require CPR training for dispatchers Video included

Minutes matter in a cardiac incident and experts say the state is not doing enough to make sure people can get the help they need.


What's Going Around: Swimmer's Ear Video included

Doctors say incidents of swimmer's ear are increasing as the weather gets warmer.


Doctors warn of excess caffeine use after teenager's death Video included

The death of a teenager in South Carolina has doctors across the country warning people to be careful with how much caffeine they consume. 


Wisconsin health officials warn of tick-borne diseases as summer nears Video included

As peak tick season begins in May, public health officials are warning to be extra careful of tick-borne diseases this year. \


Aetna drops last 2 state markets under Affordable Care Act


While Republicans rewrite the Affordable Care Act in Washington, the more immediate future of the law is growing hazy now that the nation's third-largest health insurer says it will completely leave state-based insurance exchanges. More>>

Pupils wouldn't need doctor's note for sunscreen under bill


Rhode Island lawmakers are debating a proposal that would allow students to bring sunscreen into schools without a doctor's note. More>>

The heart of Gold: UW Health nurse makes international impact Video included

Courtesy: Susan Gold Courtesy: Susan Gold

"It's the best hardest thing I ever do.  It's the sacrifice that's worth it," says Susan Gold.  


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