Gov. Snyder Marks Merger Of Michigan's Social Services AgenciesTuesday marked the second business day of the new state Department of Health and Human Services.
Get Vaccinated, Health Officials Warn: Measles Is Back In Michigan"In Michigan we have fewer kids than most states who are up to date on their vaccinations..."
Smartphone App Provides Access To Emergency PreparednessGet quick access to fact sheets and links you might need such as fire and flood safety.
Officials: 10 People In Michigan Still Being Monitored For Ebola SymptomsMichigan Department of Community Health spokesperson Jennifer Smith said that all ten are seeing health care professionals twice a day to have their temperatures taken and to be checked for other symptoms.
25 People, Including 1 Infant Test Positive For Enterovirus In MichiganMichigan has seen an increase in severe respiratory illness in children across the state ...
Low Income Health Care 'Healthy Michigan Plan' Garners 400k EnrolleesMore people in the state have health care thanks to the Healthy Michigan Plan.
Mosquito-Borne Virus Found In Michiganders Who Traveled To CaribbeanMichigan health official say the travelers were from Midland and Wexford counties.
Health Officials Say It's Not Too Late For Flu VaccineThe MDCH says a flu vaccine is the single best way to protect against getting the flu.
Pet Turtles Blamed For Salmonella Outbreaks, Kids Sickened In MichiganMany people don’t know that pet reptiles and amphibians can carry bacteria and be a source of human infection.
State Awards $500k To CMU For Autism TreatmentThe Michigan Department of Community Health has awarded $500,000 to psychology professors to increase the number of professionals trained to serve individuals in Michigan with autism spectrum disorders.
Officials: Mich.'s Vaccination Rates Are Dropping Doctors and public health officials are warning that immunization rates have dropped in Michigan and are urging parents to get their kids vaccinated.
200 Sickened By Norovirus At 'Tough Mudder' EventState health officials say they've pinpointed what sickened more than 200 people following an event late last month.

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