Sean Lee joins WWJ Newsradio 950 as our new Health Reporter.
Visit the Your Eye On Health section for more articles and podcasts from Sean.
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 the 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.
Metro Detroiters are getting a larger than life lesson in how to prevent America’s second leading cancer killer.
They found when patients anticipated the painful pulse, a brain area called the insular cortex increased its activity and that predicted the extent and intensity of the pain reaction.
Metro Detroiters are indulging Paczki. How much fat is there in a paczek?
It’s hosted by the DMC Path to Health Campaign, and admission is free.
They’re a symbol of healing, but a new study finds one of the tools doctors use can be a magnet for bacteria.
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.
German researchers say they’ve identified two people who died just from smoking pot.
The maker of a popular personal fitness tracker is recalling one of its models in response to customer complaints.
You can help by attending a special event this weekend.
Several community groups are holding an enrollment fair to get people signed up for health coverage under Obamacare.