Health Alert: Hepatitis A Confirmed At Red Lobster In NoviOakland County health officials are warning residents and visitors about yet another case of Hep A.
CBS Local Interview: Filmmaker Matthew HeinemanMatthew Heineman discusses his new series on Showtime "The Trade."
Chemicals Found In Non-Stick Pans Linked To Weight Gain, Report SaysScientists say that the chemicals -- which were already suspected of causing high cholesterol and possibly cancer -- have been linked to rapid weight gain in some patients.
Eating Healthy At Home Begins With Smart Choices At The StoreBeaumont Hospital is working to make it easier to recognize healthy choices at the grocery store.
38-Year-Old Teacher Died After Not Getting Flu Meds Due To High Price, Husband SaysHeather Holland, a second-grade teacher and mother of two, reportedly held off getting her prescription drugs because of a $116 copay.
14 Worms Pulled From Woman's Eye After Rare InfectionThe worms were translucent and each less than half an inch long.
US Flu Season Still Worsening; Now As Bad As 2009 Swine FluA government report now shows 1 of every 13 visits to the doctor last week was for fever, cough and other symptoms of the flu.
Scientists Say Certain Foods Linked To Spread Of CancerA recent study, published in the journal Nature, says reducing the levels of asparagine consumed could dramatically reduce cancer's ability to spread throughout the body.
Michigan Child Had Died From The Flu, Health Officials Confirm The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is confirming the first pediatric flu death in the state this season.
Doctor: Why Your Sick Child May Not Need TamifluAs the flu continues to spread across Michigan and the nation, some are questioning how best to treat it.
Do You Know What To Do If Someone Is Bleeding? Get Life-Saving Tips [VIDEO]An emergency can happen anywhere, and when massive bleeding is involved time is of the essence.
After 127 Studies, Experts Say Coffee Is Healthy For Everyone Except Pregnant WomenA recent review of 127 separate studies, published in Annual Reviews, found that coffee was not only good for the body but also had a small chance to reduce the development of certain cancers.