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Students Join the Conversation About e-Cigarettes and Vaping in Schools

To effectively address youth health issues, we need to invite youth to the table. Members of FACT are in grades 7-12 and work to spread the truth about tobacco in communities throughout the state. The program is managed by the American Lung Association and we rely heavily on guidance from the program’s Youth Board. Their valuable insights help us develop informed prevention strategies that resonate with teens.
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How Pilates Helped One Wisconsin Woman Find Her Passion

Discover Haley New's journey to become a Pilates instructor and why she believes everyone and anyone can do pilates.

Now Streaming: Wisconsin Supper Clubs

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Wisconsin’s unique supper club history is the star of an upcoming episode of Discover Wisconsin. “Wisconsin Supper Clubs” will explore the fascinating stories behind the state’s beloved culinary tradition. The show will launch on Roku,…
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Compassion & Understanding: WI Mother Advocates Awareness for Mental Health and Addiction

Discover why Mary Rauwolf helps families who are affected by mental health and/or substance use disorders after the loss of her son.

This National Scenic Riverway in Wisconsin is Simply Amazing

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Did you know that a free national park flows right through Wisconsin? The Namekagon River is, hands down, one of Wisconsin’s most beautiful waterways. It’s part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway in northwest Wisconsin, which is…

10 Gift Ideas for the Wisconsinite in Your Life

Holiday shopping season is officially here and if you’re looking for the perfect gifts for the Wisconsinite in your life, we’ve got you covered. From calendars to mugs to tees to hoodies, shop.discoverwisconsin.com is your one-stop shop…

Takeaways and Lessons Learned: A Wisconsin Woman Shares Her Cancer Story

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” Ferris Buehler, “Ferris Buehler’s Day Off”   By Michelle Gormican Thompson    Work, kids, an insanely packed calendar…

How Healthy Eating Habits Changed the Life of a Wisconsin Educator

  Written by Steven Sedlmayr I retired on June 30, after serving 33 years as a school superintendent, four years as a principal and three years as a classroom teacher.  Since that time, I have found this to be quite challenging! I realized…

How the Pink Shawl Initiative Benefits Wisconsin Women

The Wisconsin Pink Shawl Initiative has a mission of reducing breast cancer in American Indian communities through education, advocacy, and service, and to increase the number of American Indian women accessing screening opportunities.…

A Wisconsin Credit Union Advises on How to Take Control of Finances

Kim Sponem, CEO & President Summit Credit Union   At its core, financial wellness is all about putting yourself in the best position possible to have your money work for you, instead of you working for your money. Here are a few…