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UM Survey Finds Resistance To Energy Lifestyle Changes

Conventional wisdom holds that rising energy prices will drive consumers into lifestyle changes to save money as well as energy. But a new survey from the University of Michigan says that those price increases will have to be extreme: Consumers say home energy bills would have to nearly double before forcing them to make lifestyle changes to save on costs.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/19/2014

Doctors Need To Help Patients Prepare Better For Health Decisions

Twelve years ago, then 28-year-old graduate student Brian Zikmund-Fisher was forced into the toughest choice of his life: Die from a blood disorder within a few years or endure a bone marrow transplant that could […]

09/30/2010

UM Touts Stimulus Job Creation, Research

If you don’t think the federal stimulus has done much good, they beg to differ with you at the University of Michigan. UM officials Thursday staged an event to describe their job-creating research endeavors — […]

09/09/2010

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