Learn To Lower Your Risk Of Developing Type 2 Diabetes At One Of Metro Detroit's Prevention ClassesAdults who have risk factors such as elevated blood sugar and excess body weight can put them at a higher risk for developing Type 2 diabetes.
Harvard Study: Coffee Has More Health Benefits Than You May Have ThoughtPeople who drink moderate amounts of coffee every day experience a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease, neurological diseases, Type-2 diabetes and suicide.
New Caffeinated Peanut Butter 'STEEM' — Is It Safe?Just when you think you've heard everything, a new caffeinated peanut butter that targets the fitness crowd is raising some eyebrows.
Michigan Gets C Grade For Premature Births On March Of Dimes Report CardPrematurity is the "number one killer" of children in the U.S.
Bad News About Bacon: New Study Shows Processed Meats Cause CancerYou may want to think twice about consuming processed meats following some new findings by the World Health Organization.
Flu Season Begins: Get Vaccinated Now, Experts SayWhile flu season usually starts to peak in December, outbreaks can happen now — so it's not too early to get a flu shot.
Karmanos Cancer Institute Studying New Breast Cancer Detection TechnologyDoctors are looking for women to take part in the SoftVue ultrasound study.
Participants Sought For Cancer Treatment StudyKarmanos Cancer Institute is teaming up with WSU as part of a national study focused on cancer treatments based on genetic markers in tumors.
EMU To Offer Education Program For Autistic TeensHow to maintain a conversation, how to talk on the phone and how to handle bullying are just some of the skills EMU's PEERS program will offer high functioning, verbal autistic teenagers.
Do You Know How To Do 'Hands Only CPR'? Doctors Say It Saves LivesNearly 300,000 people die each year because they suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital — but knowing CPR could change those numbers.
Fasting: Does It Work For Weight Loss?"I've noticed that I have more energy when I'm fasting and I've noticed that my weight has stabilized..."
New Report Aims To Help Patients Be More Informed About Cancer ScreeningsThe goal is for people to be more informed about screenings for the five most common cancers -- breast, colorectal, prostate, cervical and ovarian.