Prevea president/CEO Dr. Ashok Rai discusses this latest surge in cases, concerns about the breakthrough cases among vaccinated people, and his own concerns about the people choosing not to be vaccinated.
The plea Monday from the Wisconsin Medical Society follows last week’s call from dozens of national health care organizations, including the American Medical Association, for employer-mandated vaccinations.
A sunny Sunday morning made for excellent riding weather today, August 1, at Vandervest Harley-Davidson of Green Bay. Especially when it’s to help people fighting cancer and give concrete financial and moral support to their families for the 18th Annual Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer.
Today, July 30, is the United Nations sanctioned International Day of Friendship, now marking its tenth anniversary. Yet, what can happen on social media when posts about friendship actually make people feel alone? We spoke with doctors about the psychological effects of the celebration.
In the parking lot of Omro High School on an emotional Saturday morning, was “Jerry’s Car Show.” An event pulled together by Generations Homecare and Hospice along with community partners to bring Jerry Applegate to one last car show.
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin will use $3 million in endowment money. Health inequities have been underscored by the coronavirus pandemic.