PNS Daily News - March 28, 2017
We’re covering a variety of issues today including: word of a secret White House visit prompts calls for the House Intelligence chair to recuse himself from the Russia investigation; internet activity could be sold to the highest bidder under a bill up for a vote; and new research shows Uncle Sam is taking more from undocumented immigrants than the wealthy.
MADISON, Wis. - June 1 - June 7 is CPR and AED week, to remind everyone Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation and Automatic Electric Defibrillators can save lives. Governor Scott Walker has signed into law the CPR In Schools Bill, which will insure every high school graduate in Wisconsin will learn CPR.
MADISON, Wis. – Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep-related breathing disorders and affects about 7 percent of the U.S. adult population. But it is a very treatable problem, commonly with CPAP therapy. Claudia Korcarz, who manages the University of Wisconsin Atherosclerosis Imaging
MADISON, Wis. - Old Man Winter didn't do much of a number on Wisconsin this year, but then it seemed like spring would never come. This confused the trees as much as the millions of allergy sufferers in the Badger State. It's tree pollen this time of year that causes eye, nose, and throat misery
MADISON, Wis. - Sport specialization is a hot topic in sports medicine right now, says David Bell, director of the Wisconsin Injury in Sport Laboratory on the UW-Madison campus, where a new study says young people who participate in only one sport are more prone to injury. Bell says more young athl
MADISON, Wis. - Families in Wisconsin are working harder than ever but our laws simply haven't kept pace with the modern workplace, says state Assembly Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling of La Crosse. She and 35 other Democrats are pushing a bill to modernize the state's Family Medical Leave law.
OAK CREEK, Wis. - Lieutenant Scott Kasten of the Oak Creek Fire Department is a paramedic who says he's seen many times first-hand how important it is for people to know CPR. The American Heart Association is pushing for legislation that would ensure all Wisconsin students learn basic compressions-o
MADISON, Wis. – November is National Family Caregivers Month, and Sam Wilson, state director of AARP Wisconsin, says the number of people involved in providing care for a family member or friend is staggering. An AARP poll released today reveals what Wilson calls astounding numbers. "There
MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Heart defects are the most common birth defects, and a very simple test given to newborns could detect most of those problems. According to Dr. Stuart Berger, medical director of cardiology at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, the pulse oximetry test should be given to every newbo