MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- A Wisconsin woman was featured on the ABC show "Extreme Weight Loss" Tuesday night.Cassie Kramer was physically fit growing up, but that all changed when she became pregnant at 20.Last year, Cassie hit her breaking point and wrote a letter to trainer Chris Powell asking for help.She says being on national television was never her intentions.“Going through this process saved my marriage, it saved everything. I didn’t want to be alive a year ago,” said Cassie.She says her de... More>>
Doctors say they're seeing an unusual increase in cases of hand, foot and mouth disease among children in the Madison area. More>>
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WKOW) --The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes new regulations to require stores to better trace ground beef. More>>
MADISON (WKOW) --Wisconsin health officials say a new report will help guide state suicide prevention programs. More>>
Local doctors say national statistics underline the importance of continued education for parents about getting teenagers vaccinated against HPV. More>>
Gov. Scott Walker's administration will no longer enforce the state's contraception coverage law for employers with religious objections following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last month. More>>
The American Red Cross announced Tuesday it is facing a looming blood shortage and has an urgent need for donors of all blood types.
LOS ANGELES (WKOW) -- Researchers have come up with a new method for making a "biological pacemaker" that might one day serve as an alternative to electronic ones. More>>
A Dane County circuit court judge has ruled that Wisconsin doctors do not have to be present when a woman takes drugs prescribed for a medical abortion. More>>
Newly released figures by Gov. Scott Walker's administration show that more than 60 percent of the people who lost state Medicaid coverage earlier this year did not purchase private insurance through the online marketplace. More>>
The federal government is issuing its first guidelines to schools on how to protect children with food allergies.
The voluntary guidelines call on schools to take such steps as restricting nuts, shellfish or other foods that can cause allergic reactions, and make sure emergency allergy medicine - like EpiPens - are available. More>>
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