Back to school time also signals back to the doctor time for lots of families. It’s time for check-ups and dreaded shots, but those shots are key to preventing many types of diseases.
This time of year BBQs, picnics, and cookouts are a fun way to get your family and friends together. It’s also the time of year when more people get sick from foodborne illnesses. Why?
Lyme Disease is spread by the bite of an infected blacklegged tick and is becoming more common in Wisconsin.
We are officially into the picnic and grilling season. Everyone loves a good cookout. Safe handling and cooking of food can help prevent food related illness.
With the rising temp-eratures comes the increased risk for dehydration. De-hydration happens when we do not drink enough water.