Police, Fire Blast 'Unconscionable' Plan To Cut Health CareUnions for officers and firefighters, along with groups representing chiefs and prosecutors, spoke out against the legislation.
Trump Taps Michigan-Native Price To Lead Health And Human ServicesTom Price was born in Lansing, raised in Dearborn and studied medicine at the University of Michigan.
Recall Of Ready-To-Eat Chicken Expands To 2 Million PoundsThe problem was discovered on Nov. 14 when a food service customer complained.
Sweat It Out! Skin Patch Aims To Test Sweat For HealthThe research is a step toward wearable biosensors that could go beyond today's Fitbit-style activity monitors.
Divorce And The Split Holiday Can Pose Challenge For Parents To Be Child-CentricIt's important to share the kids and put their children's needs first says one attorney.
14-Year-Old British Girl Cryogenically Frozen In Clinton Township"It's not a scam," facility manager for the Cryonics Institute in Clinton Township.
FDA: Mislabeled Heinz Homestyle Gravy RecalledThe glass jars may not contain what the label says it does.
Report: Thousands Continue To Die Monthly In US Of Drug OverdoseThe Surgeon General says 78 people die each day from opioid overdose.
Hackel Scolds Warren Mayor Fouts For Creating 'Hysteria' With Facebook Post, Exploiting Crisis In Flint"I find it absolutely deplorable," Macomb County Exec Mark Hackel said.
Michigan May Require Lead Screening Of All Young ChildrenThe recommendation is among many unveiled Thursday by a state board that Gov. Rick Snyder tasked with proposing a strategy to protect children from all sources of lead poisoning.
Michigan Updates Involuntary Mental Health Treatment LawThe legislation provides people facing mental health issues with access to intervention and treatment earlier.
Many Counties Miss Grants For Medical Marijuana EnforcementOnly 18 of Michigan's 83 counties applied for money to enforce the medical marijuana law and educate the public about how it works.