Sean Lee is WWJ Newsradio 950’s Health Reporter.
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Lee served as FOX 2 (WJBK-TV) Health Producer from 2005 to 2013; FOX 2 Producer/Writer from 1998-2005; and as writer/assignment desk editor at WDIV-TV (Channel 4) from 1996-1998. Lee also served as a Morning Weather Anchor at WRC-TV (NBC 4) in Washington, D.C., and as a general assignment reporter/weather anchor at WTHI-TV (Terre Haute, IN).
Lee graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. She got her start in radio while attending school, managing the campus’ FM radio station both before and after graduation. After college, Lee worked as a weather anchor/general assignment reporter at WVJS-TV, AM & FM (Owensboro, KY).
Lee’s hobbies include karaoke and she ran her first half-marathon in the Detroit Free-Press Marathon in 2012.
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Stay up on the latest health topics with WWJ Newsradio 950 reporter Sean Lee in Detroit. From weight loss and exercise to cutting edge medical procedures, you’ll get the details on stories relevant to you.
Lowry had gained about a 100 pounds and a serious smoking habit in the five years since taking his desk job.
It may seem like all the warnings about skin cancer are aimed at teen girls, but America’s dermatologists say there’s another group at high risk for deadly melanoma.
Diabetic Supply of Suncoast has issued the voluntary recall of Advocate Redi-Code blood glucose test strips
Hanke’s findings could lead to the development of a simple blood test to help identify high-risk patients before stroke happens.
There’s a stampede or sorts happening at the Detroit Zoo this weekend — but it’s for a good cause.
Ford Motor Company is helping drive the conversation about breast cancer with some intriguing new research.