Move Over Flu, There's A New Sickness In Town: NorovirusThe flu virus is losing steam in metro Detroit, but another virus is on the rise.
Worried About Back-To-School Germs? Pediatrician Says Parents Should Worry About Car Safety MoreSt. John hospital pediatrician Marcus DeGraw said that he is much more concerned about car safety than sneezes this time of year.
Over 100 Whooping Cough Cases Reported In Washtenaw CountyAt least 104 cases of whooping cough have been reported so far this year in Washtenaw County. That's compared with 28 cases all of last year.
13 Sickend At Medical Business Taken To HospitalThirteen employees at a West Michigan medical supply manufacturing business who were having trouble breathing were taken to a hospital for treatment and later released, officials said Wednesday.
Dearborn Heights School Closed Due To Mass Student IllnessAnnapolis High School in Dearborn Height's District #7 will be closed Friday after dozens of students became sick.
Flight From Detroit Quarantined In ChicagoA Minnesota woman who caused a health scare aboard a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Chicago says it was all a misunderstanding over bug bites.
Norovirus Confirmed In Sportsplex Sickness ScareWayne County Public Health officials have confirmed that norovirus was responsible for sickening as many as 100 players and other attendees at a youth state hockey tournament in Taylor.
MSU Student Sues Jimmy John's Over SproutsA Michigan State University student says she was hospitalized for three days after eating a sandwich with sprouts from an area sub shop.
Norovirus Suspected As 2 Dozen Fall Ill At Hockey GameHealth officials say about 30 kids playing in a youth hockey tournament at the Sportsplex facility on Telegraph Road became sick over the past 24 hours.
Carbon Dioxide Spurs Sickness Scare At Livonia SchoolMultiple students became ill at a Livonia Middle School, where fire officials say there were slightly elevated levels of carbon dioxide.
Study: Gas Pumps Top List Of Filthiest SurfacesA new study takes a microscope to some of the most germ-riddled places that we encounter each day.
Pigeon Droppings Lead To LawsuitA Michigan man who once worked on the Soo Locks is suing his former employers, alleging that he suffered a debilitating illness from on-the-job exposure to pigeon droppings.