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Does Celiac Disease affect pregnancy? Video included

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

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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.

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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.

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

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

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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. 

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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. \

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Aetna drops last 2 state markets under Affordable Care Act

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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

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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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