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UW nurse unionization faces dire health care implications

As unions in healthcare industry are on the rise, nurses must remain vigilant against harmful business practices within nurse unions.

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Street medicine provides accessible healthcare for the most vulnerable populations

Urban homeless populations struggle to access adequate healthcare, but expansion of healthcare programs show promise

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Telehealth could be the future of mental healthcare for students

Rural school's choice to invest in telehealth sets positive example for other schools

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The ramifications of anti-choice sentiment even further-reaching than it may seem

Gov. Evers vetoing bills limiting access to abortion is a good step but there's much more to do

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E-cigarettes are destroying lives and we don’t know why

Once thought harmless, vape pens, Juuls, dab pens and the like are devastating young people around the country — it's time to take note

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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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Point Counterpoint: Democrats lead fight for comprehensive health insurance across Wisconsin, nation

Led by Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin Democrats advocate to keep costs low, protect people with pre-existing conditions

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Politicians seem to care about mental health resources, now it’s on us to destigmatize

Politicians and society must build off of each other to properly address, treat mental illness

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Walker’s crusade against need-based aid bolstered by new requirements for Medicaid recipients

Unwillingness to expand eligibility defeats purpose of program

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Disparities in healthcare detrimental for American women

Obama-era rollbacks cause for worry for females whose easy access to health insurance, contraceptives could fly out the window