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A study finds strong evidence that anesthesia during a short surgery doesn't hurt a baby's brain development. The study involved 447 infants in seven countries needing hernia repairs.

Anesthesia, If Limited, can Be Safe for Baby's Brain


Medicare Ambulance Rides May No Longer End Up at ER

UN: Experts to Develop Oversight Standards for Gene Editing

Cancer Death Racial Gap Narrows, But Still Higher for Blacks

Senate to Hold Hearings on Toxic Chemical Plan

Statewide 'Sick and Safe Time' Legislation Proposed

Youth Smoking Rate Stops Dropping after Decades of Declines

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Evers to Propose Spending $43 Million on Rural Dental Care


GOP Signals Wisconsin Will Stay in Obamacare Lawsuit


LightSpeed Lift Opens Movement Center

Study: Many Small Kids are Using Too Much Toothpaste

FDA OKs 1st Generic Version of Popular Advair Asthma Inhaler

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Minnesota Lawmakers: Tax Drug Makers over Opioid Crisis
Tyson Foods Recalls Chicken Nugget Products
Fighting ALS: Long-Time Supporter, First-Time Rider
Tuberculosis Outbreak Associated with Mankato University
Wis. Assembly Passes Pre-Existing Coverage Bill
Technology Gives Hope to Those with Vision Loss
Sign Up for Give Kids a Smile
China Probe Faults Scientist for Gene-Edited Babies Work
US Airfares Hit New Lows after Factoring for Inflation

US Airfares Hit New Lows after Factoring for Inflation


Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns
Credit Card Security Breach with North Country Business Partners
Payless Files for Bankruptcy, Winds Down North American Biz
General Motors to Invest $36M in Lansing-area Plant
No More Khaki's for Target Employees
Nillie is a shy, but sweet calico cat looking for a new home to roam around in. Once she's out of her shell, she's a ton of fun to play with.

Animal Allies: Nillie


Big Wave Dave Teaming up with DSSO
Evers Won't Seek to Phase out Vouchers in Budget Plan
Zeitgeist: 2019 is the Year of the Womxn
Authorities Investigating Fire in Lakewood Township
Second Body Found in Submerged Semi near Wis. Dells

Women in Rural Wisconsin Lack Access to Maternity Care


Fighting ALS: Hermantown Man Committed to Finding a Cure

Johnsonville Recalls Ground Pork Over Possible Contamination

CDC Sees Possible Link Between Opioids and Birth Defect

Life in Limbo: Leftover Embryos Vex Clinics, Couples

Michigan Reopening Medical Marijuana Businesses

MNsure Reports Record of Nearly 124,000 Health Care Sign-Ups

Trump Birth Control Rules Blocked Nationwide

Scientists Seek Ways to Finally Take a Real Measure of Pain

Michigan Lists Pain Drug Gabapentin as Controlled Substance

Forest Service Relaunching Online BWCA Permit Reservations
Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing
Up North: Racers Charge Down Mont du Lac in Ice Cross Downhill
Ladies Take On Winter Bike Week
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UN Chief Discusses Yemen, Venezuela with Pompeo

Mike Pompeo, a former U.S. representative, requested a meeting with U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

Smollett Quiet after Posting Bond, Leaving Jail

A judge has set a $100,000 bond for 

Judge Imposes Gag Order on Stone after Instagram Post

Roger Stone now says an Instagram post about the judge presiding over his case was an egregious error.

Fire Guts Oldest Part of Bangladeshi Capital, Killing Dozens

Fire Guts Oldest Part of Bangladeshi Capital, Killing Dozens

NC Officials Order New Election in Undecided US House Race

NC Officials Order New Election in Undecided US House Race

Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns

Nestle, AT&T Pull YouTube Ads over Pedophile Concerns

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