Bedbugs On Detroit Buses? D-DOT Says Many Systems Nationwide Deal With The IssueThis isn't the first time this has come up in Detroit's transit system; in 2012, about 50 drivers reported that they had been bitten.
Cops: Man Found Dead In Car Had Just Googled His Symptoms The symptoms were pain and tightness of the chest and sweating.
Breast Cancer Clinical Trial Targets Cancer Stem CellsA major reason that breast cancer returns after treatment and spreads to other parts of the body is that current chemotherapy and radiation treatments do not kill the cancer stem cells. That premise provides the basis for a clinical trial open at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center and two other sites testing a drug that has been found in laboratory studies to attack cancer stem cells.
Report: Mich. Could Save Nearly $1B Over 10 Years By Expanding MedicaidA report released Monday by the Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation in partnership with two economists at the University of Michigan shows that the state of Michigan could save nearly $1 billion over 10 years -- while extending comprehensive health insurance to more than 600,000 Michigan citizens -- if the state expands Medicaid eligibility beginning in 2014 as provided for under the Affordable Care Act.
July 4 Is The Deadliest Day For Teen DriversJuly 4 is one of the worst days for traffic fatalities for all drivers. For teen drivers, it's the single most deadliest day.
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