Sufferers say they go down ‘rabbit holes’ to diagnose a condition that many doctors say does not exist.
Top GOP lawmakers remain mum on plans if the constitutional right to an abortion is overturned — and state law banning nearly all abortions takes effect.
Life-threatening conditions can develop or be exacerbated during pregnancy — and childbirth itself is high risk for some patients, they say.
Staffers say county refused action as yelling, insults and unrelenting demands damaged their mental health; alleged behavior causes other counties to cut ties
Mainstream medicine says the tick-borne infection is a short-term ailment. But some patients insist they have Lyme-caused symptoms that last for years.
From the first case documented by a Milwaukee dermatologist to ongoing research at the University of Wisconsin, the state has played a big role in Lyme disease.
The recent recall of powder formula spurred anger, concern, confusion and a frantic search for replacement supplies for mothers in Milwaukee.
Wisconsin has a new recipe to increase affordable housing development thanks to a “cookbook” released in February.
The U.S. remains an outlier in failing to guarantee paid family leave. Efforts in Congress and the Wisconsin Legislature have stalled.
The African American Breastfeeding Network sets flexible working hours and accommodates child care needs, helping staff serve new moms.
A selection of work from Wisconsin Watch photographers that provides a glimpse into the daily lives of the people who help us tell our stories.
Former University of Wisconsin Dr. Barbara Knox decided a young boy who collapsed at a home day care was abused. A prosecutor and jurors disagreed.