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News category- Wisconsin Medical Journal

WMJ: Pilot study explores disparities in breast cancer screening among minority, immigrant and refugee women

MILWAUKEE – Populations with cultural, educational and language barriers often have limited access to care, or other factors, such as … Read More

WMJ study explores differences in methods of suicide, self-inflicted injuries between sexes

MADISON (March 5, 2018) – A study in the current issue of WMJ compared the methods of self-inflicted injury between … Read More

WMJ: Falls from tree stands result in high incidence of spinal injuries

MADISON (Jan. 3, 2018)—With a nine-day firearm deer hunting season in November, and a five-month bow and arrow season from … Read More

WMJ: Report describes population and geographic characteristics of firearm deaths

MADISON (Dec. 21, 2017) – The firearm mortality rate in Wisconsin is lower than the national average, but has continued … Read More

Obesity in Wisconsin: Special issue of WMJ explores prevalence, efforts to effect change

Madison (Dec 1, 2016)—Although the health risks associated with being obese have been well-documented for decades, it’s an issue that … Read More

WMJ Study: Minnesota winning border battle for better health

Madison (Sept. 28, 2016)—When it comes to the health of its residents, the state of Minnesota is faring better than … Read More