Author: All of Us Badgers

The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program has begun to return genetic results to participants who have donated biosamples for research....

We’ve lost loved ones, jobs, and any sense of normalcy for nearly a year now, thanks to our surreal existence in lockdown. The virus has claimed the lives of 280,000 Americans. Some Covid-19 survivors are still dealing with brutal symptoms, months after they contracted the disease. We’ve been trapped at home, many of us struggling with loneliness. Marriages and families have been pushed to the breaking point and beyond. And now, with several vaccines on the horizon and the end...

Today the 'All of Us' Research Program released an updated version of the Researcher Workbench, with expanded health data and upgraded tools to drive new biomedical discoveries....

On this World AIDS Day, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reflects on the remarkable progress that has been made against HIV as well as the considerable challenges that remain....

The 'Fit Families' program, based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, offers workshops for children with autism. They focus on four areas: physical activity, as opportunities are lacking among children with autism; aquatics, as drowning is the leading cause of death for children with autism; and sensory integration and communication....

An open letter from UW Health to the people of Wisconsin, urging them to take precautions to protect themselves, their loved ones, and others from COVID-19....

While the United States flounders in its response to the coronavirus, another nation — one within our own borders — is faring much better....

Luis and Lupita Montoto are celebrating 20 years as the co-founders, owners, and hosts of La Movida Radio, Madison’s first and only Spanish-language community radio station....

If most Americans pulled together to do the right thing and wore a mask in public, this simple, selfless act would save more than 130,000 lives in the next few months alone....

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in spring 2020, Mechanical Engineering Professors Scott Sanders and David Rothamer were among the UW-Madison faculty, staff and students who stepped up and devoted their expertise and ingenuity to help in the fight against the novel coronavirus....