Singer Olivia Newton-John suffered from breast cancer 25 years ago. Since then, she has became an advocate of breast cancer awareness.
Former La Crosse Mayor Pat Zielke passes away.
The winningest tennis player of all time with 23 Grand Slam trophies to her name just dropped a bomb on social media. Serena Williams announced that she is 20 weeks pregnant.
Get to know the effects of climate change on the Slims River.
A new murderer has been called the 'Facebook Killer' after shooting a random 74-year-old man in the streets of Ohio. The suspect, according to across the street neighbors, has been torturing pets when he was still young.
The city is tackling the obesity problem starting with banning fruit juice in schools. The program was not received favorably at first but parents adapted after a while.
New album of country singer LeAnn Rimes, 'Remnants', are now out in music stores worldwide. The singer's revelation on how her music helped her fix her relationship with her mom and let her all emotions out.
The Navy is concerned about the safety of e-cigarette batteries which have caused injuries to sailors, prompting its ban on ships. Vaping group insists batteries are safe.
A science fair in Georgia showcases the project of a 12-year-old boy with the study of the healing effects of green tea for cancer.
In an interview with regards to his new album release, John Mayer revealed that he is obsessed with himself and his craft.
Linsey expressed her gratitude for just being alive and from the love and support she received from her fans.
To reduce the harm caused sharing needles among drug users, syringe vending machines are installed.
A team of scientists have been able to turn air into drinking water by using a device powered by sunlight.
Charlie Murphy died of cancer of the blood at the age of 57 on Wednesday morning in a hospital in New York City. The Chappelle's Show star's family were shocked as he seemed to be getting better with chemotherapy.
The Affordable Care Act has inadvertently caused a shift in how people pay for medical services. While hospitals now want to make patients pay upfront because of mounting hospital debts the under-covered are unable to pay, some primary care physicians opt to have patients pay for services like sick visits to provide better care.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.