|Condoms for All, and All for Safe Sex
A new plan aims to provide Milwaukee teenagers with free condoms – and reduce the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections.
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 5/1/2014
|The Brain Trust
How the Wisconsin Parkinson Association’s research institute makes it easy to donate your brain to science.
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 4/1/2014
|The Doctor Will Write You Now
A Columbia St. Mary’s program gives patients access to all — not just some — of their medical records.
Carolyn Kott Washburne | 3/4/2014
|One for the Little Guys
In the Affordable Care Act era of health insurance coverage, one David goes up against an army of Goliaths.
Carolyn Kott Washburne | 1/7/2014
|A Scanner Not So Darkly
A new generation of GE scanners creates an adventurous experience for the younger generation. By Sara Rae Lancaster
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 12/2/2013
Whole genome sequencing can reveal genetic mutations responsible for complicated diseases, but it can also reveal other mutations. How much do patients want to know?
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 9/30/2013
New research shows social interaction therapy can change how the brain works in children with autism.
Jenna Kashou | 9/6/2013
|No Pins and Needles
Acupuncture takes root among a younger set. By Jeanette Hurt
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 7/2/2013
How a Froedtert surgeon helped police Lt. Brian Murphy keep talking.
Kristine Hansen | 4/29/2013
Certified sex therapists help couples with their most intimate issues.
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 4/1/2013