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Study: Most Popular Diets Are Largely Unsuccessful — But Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers Are Standouts

In the findings, Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers were deemed the most effective.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/06/2015

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CDC: Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Carried By International Travelers Spreading Across U.S.

Three cases have been reported in Michigan.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/03/2015

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Foundation Helps Fund Physical Therapy For Cerebral Palsy

CP is usually caused by brain damage that occurs before or during a child’s birth; and, while there’s no cure, treatments are available.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/25/2015

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U-M Doctor: Still A Lot Of Misinformation Regarding Sports Concussions

University of Michigan sports neurologist Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher has treated athletes at all levels and said that while there has been an increase in concussion education and awareness, there is still a lot of misinformation.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/13/2015

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Study: Parents Could Be Turning Their Children Into Narcissists

Researchers from Ohio State University surveyed parents and children ages seven-to-11 four times over a year and a half to see if they could identify which factors led children to have inflated views of themselves.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/09/2015

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Daylight Saving Time May Affect Your Sleeping Cycle More Than You Think

In a nation that’s already sleep deprived, an hour of lost sleep can take its toll.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/06/2015

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Crackers, Cake, Cumin Recalled Due To Undeclared Allergens

The FDA has issued three separate food recalls related to undeclared allergens.

CBS Detroit–02/23/2015

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Millions Turning To Complementary Medicine, Report Says

Complementary approaches to medicine include things such as yoga, meditation, herbs and acupuncture.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/12/2015

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Study: Even Slightly High Cholesterol Levels Increase Risk Of Heart Disease

Researchers from Duke University say that even slightly high cholesterol levels in otherwise healthy adults between the ages of 35 and 55 can have long-term impacts on their heart.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/26/2015