WWJ’s Pat Sweeting was joined in the studio by Dr. Jose Vasquez and Dr. Christopher Carpenter to answer questions about the West Nile virus.
Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.
Nearly two dozen Metro Detroiters have been busted in a nationwide crackdown on Medicare fraud.
The Michigan Appeals Court is considering a case that could affect how much say parents have in the medical treatment their children receive.
East Lansing-based Medical Advantage Group, a consulting and management services company providing support to physicians and physician practices, and its subsidiary, MAG Care Management, have selected Evanston, Ill.-based Care Team Connect to power a Web-based care navigation platform for the 140,000 patients served in 70 participating physician practices across Michigan.
A West Michigan health system is opening a clinic to assess and treat people who frequently use hospital emergency departments.
A potential drug shortage has patients and doctors worried about properly caring for their patients.
Annual back-to-school physical exams present an opportunity for discussion between parents, children and family physicians. Parents and family physicians should collaborate to teach children healthy lifestyle practices.
Do you find yourself a little irritated this week? It’s probably the heat.
A word of warning, this summer, from burn doctors at U of M, who’ve been seeing a spike in the number of people badly burned in gasoline-accelerated outdoor fires.