First Human Case Of West Nile Virus For 2016 Confirmed In MichiganTo date, 13 birds have tested positive for the virus in our state.
Cool Treatment Reduces Pain After Knee Surgery According To Local SurgeonA cool treatment is offering faster relief for patients having knee surgery.
Reports: Lifetime Fitness Camp Counselor Dies After Contracting Bacterial MeningitisShe had recently worked in close proximity with an estimated 219 children as a counselor at a day camp in Rochester Hills.
Athletes Must Agree To Drug Tests To Play At Michigan SchoolSchool board member Bill Spaulding as saying the drug-testing policy is a "valuable deterrent."
Researchers Move Forward On Study Of Flint Water, HealthThe 18-month plan will address the area's risk for Legionnaires' disease.
Michigan Music Therapist Records Young Patients' HeartbeatsShe captures the thumping, rhythmic heartbeats and blends them with a recording of her playing guitar or singing a tune of the family's choosing.
Mobile Grocery Market Planned To Improve Flint Food OptionsEfforts to improve nutrition in Flint have taken on more urgency amid the city's water crisis.
17 Heroin Overdoses, 1 Death: Could Happen Anywhere Says DEA AgentSeventeen overdoses and one death from heroin use over a 24-hour period in Akron, Ohio but one DEA agent says it could happen anywhere.
Genesee County Confirms 1st Case Of Of Legionnaires' In 2016The person is over age 65 and is hospitalized.
Red Cross Issues Emergency Call For Blood As Donations Decrease Due To Holiday"...Blood donations during the summer months will often take kind of a backseat," spokesman Todd Kulman said.
Mosquitoes In Oakland County Test Positive For West Nile VirusOakland County officials are warning the public to take precautions after mosquitoes in a trap tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
General Mills Expands Flour Recall After E. Coli OutbreakGeneral Mills is expanding its recall of certain types of flour in response to an ongoing outbreak of illnesses related to a strain of E. coli bacteria.