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Michigan Health Officials Warn Residents About Travel-Related ZikaThere have been 69 confirmed cases of Zika in Michigan residents — all travel related.
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell Asks For Answers After People, Pets Sickened By Tap Water Downriver“People are rightfully questioning whether the water is safe to drink, cook with, and bathe in,” wrote Dingell. “All Americans deserve peace of mind in knowing their water is safe for consumption."
Drug Distributor McKesson Agrees To Pay $150 Million In Pill Shipment CaseThe suspensions are among the most severe sanctions ever agreed to by a Drug Enforcement Agency-registered distributor, according to the U.S. Justice Department.
More Than 700 Claims Filed By Patients Of Rogue Cancer DocFederal Judge Paul Borman got an update from the government and a contractor hired to handle claims against Farid Fata,
Michigan Democrat Continues Fight Against Teens Using E-CigarettesWith the increased popularity of e-cigarettes, a Macomb County lawmaker is renewing his legislative efforts to tax the product and ban it from young smokers.
Snyder Signs Bill To Let Landlords Bar Marijuana In RentalsMichigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that lets landlords prohibit medical marijuana patients from growing or smoking the drug on leased residential property.
Do I Have A Cold Or A Sinus Infection? How To Tell The DifferenceIt's the time of year when many folks are walking around with a nose that’s either stuffy, runny or all of the above.
State Presses McLaren Hospital In Flint On Legionnaires'Two Legionnaires' cases from 2016 have been linked to McLaren.
Red Cross Issues Emergency Call For Blood, Platelet Donations In Metro DetroitThe Red Cross says hectic holiday schedules for many regular blood donors contributed to about 37,000 fewer donations in November and December than what was needed.
Lose Weight, Not Money: Tips For Joining Health Clubs, Fitness Centers Or GymsThe Michigan attorney general's office wants to make sure that people who join gyms to start the New Year are getting what they pay for.
Officials: Contractor Drilling May Have Caused Sinkhole; While Questions Linger On Raw Sewage Dumped Into RiverRaw sewage was pumped into the river -- not treated or even partially treated says Anne Vaara.
Snyder Signs Bill To Require Midwife Licensure, RulesThe governor says the law will help better protect pregnant women and their babies.

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