Think you can’t help because you don’t have money to spare? That’s OK — you can give your time. And in some cases, that’s an even more valuable gift.
In the past, treating early stage partial breast cancer with radiation took 6 weeks, recently it’s been reduced to five days and now an area doctor believes the regimen can be given in just two days.
Extra Life 2012 kicks off today with a simple premise: Play video games for 24-hours straight to raise money for a Children’s Miracle Network hospital.
Berkley police investigate a wreck involving a car and a cyclist just south of 12 Mile road.
A research study published by a Beaumont Hospital physician is helping to clarify the risk of esophageal cancer associated with reflux disease and may lessen the frequency of surveillance required for some with the condition.
An anti-circumcision group plans a noon protest in front of the Royal Oak hospital saying they are demanding professional integrity from physicians and genital integrity for all children.
A young girl attacked by a raccoon as an infant has been released from the hospital following a first successful surgery.
Domain Surgical, a medical device company developing advanced thermal surgical technology for soft tissue cutting and coagulation, Thursday announced that its FMwand Ferromagnetic Surgical System was used for the first time in cardiac surgery.
“When time is critical, our flight crews can perform transports without concerns about traffic conditions on the ground.”
Thursday, if you buy a blizzard from Dairy Queen, the ice cream shop will donate a portion of the proceeds to Beaumont Children’s Hospital.