Insurer Leaves Michigan Health Market; Navigators Get Notice Of Cuts Health Alliance Plan said Friday the move affects about 9,100 people.
Expert Declares End To Flint Water Crisis... Sort OfIt depends on how you look at it, a leading researcher says.
Writing May Be The Way To Ward Off WorryingAre you a worry wort? Stressed out? Then start writing.
Suicide Attempts On The Rise In US, Study FindsYounger adults were even more prone to self-destructive behavior than other groups, according to the study.
Study Prompts Call To Examine Flu Vaccine And MiscarriageA puzzling study of U.S. pregnancies found that women who had miscarriages between 2010 and 2012 were more likely to have had back-to-back annual flu shots that included protection against swine flu.
Michigan To Pot Shops: Close By Dec. 15 Or Risk LicenseHundreds of dispensaries across Michigan can stay open -- at least for now.
Michigan Medical Marijuana Dispensaries May Be Forced To CloseUp to 250 medical marijuana dispensaries in Michigan may have to close their doors after today.
Michigan Ranks South Of Murky Middle Of Happiest States To LiveThe state you live in may contribute to your overall feeling of happiness according to a new study released.
Tannery Sludge At Michigan Landfill Tied To Water PollutionThe same compounds were found in Plainfield Township water in 2013, and traced to a well field north of the landfill.
Thinking About Your Own Death Is Healthy, Study SaysA study by British researchers says taking some time to think about the unnerving possibilities surrounding your end can actually be a good thing.
Wayne State Grant Focused On Asthma Among Black TeensA Wayne State University researcher is leading an effort to improve asthma treatment among black teens while cutting health care costs.
A Kernel Of Corn Could Hold The Answer To CancerDoes corn hold the key to curing cancer?