UW-Madison Campus

Rutgers professor discusses racial tensions, disparities in public health policy

Marginalization in hospitals have left African Americans with worse health outcomes than white people, professor says

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Smoke Signals: Wisconsin referendum reveals voters want legal weed, but what are the risks?

Overwhelming popular support for legalizing marijuana fuels discussion of potential medical, economic and societal benefits and risks

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin workplace wellness programs focus on health information, not changes to environment

Though these programs are well intentioned, experts are concerned by lack of long term benefits to employees

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Mobile health app for substance use disorders priority for healthcare, essential for Americans

New technology tears down barriers for recovering addicts regardless of socioeconomic status

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Public health officials have no right to perpetuate debunked medical theories

Medical officials nationwide must cease spreading message of vaccinations and their utterly false link to autism

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On campus, normalization of stress, sleep-deprivation, out-of-control schedules destroys our health

We need to change our rhetoric regarding what it means to be a successful student

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New eText program lightens students’ load, fattens wallet

Online textbooks are more beneficial to students in terms of cost, safety, accessibility

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Becoming your very own Ironman

Getting physically fit benefits not only your physical health, but other parts of your life as well

UW-Madison Campus

UW researcher looks to provide alternative to antibiotics

Jan Peter Van Pijkeren is creating drug that will have fewer side effects than antibiotics

UW-Madison Campus

Mental health a high priority for UHS in upcoming budget

UHS plans to increase funding request for mental health services