The state’s hospital admissions have been rising since July, according to the latest CDC data. The severity of the COVID-19 pandemic has faded, but there are still thousands of hospitalizations and hundreds of deaths in the U.S. each week. Hospitalizations have been increasing since late summer, so the just-released booster shot comes at perfect time....
On July 13, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the nation’s first over-the-counter birth control pill, which will soon be sold at drug stores, grocery chains, and online retailers across America. What does that mean for Wisconsin?
A recent ruling by a federal judge means that for 150 million Americans, insurance companies may no longer have to pay for important health care services like cancer screenings, heart disease screenings, prenatal care, and treatments to help prevent diseases like HIV.
MYTH: During Roe, Wisconsin women had abortions "up until the time of birth."
FACT: Abortions that happen after viability, when a baby has a reasonable chance of survival outside of the mother, are ONLY offered when either the baby or the mom have a profound, life-threatening medical problem.
That's why the state's current ban isn't just dangerous, it's deadly.