Nearly 4,000 jobs were available through positions offered at the event at the Suburban Collection. It continues until 7 p.m. Monday.
Reducing the occurrence of diabetes is the goal of a new campaign that’ll be kicking-off in Detroit this week.
Are doctors overprescribing antibiotics? Dr. Neil Fischman, President of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America offers his thoughts on this concern in an interview with WWJ Newsradio 950′s Pat Sweeting…
How do our genes influence development of breast cancer? Dr. Malathy Shekher, Associate Professor with the Karmanos Cancer Institute and Wayne State University discusses her team’s research and how the public can help with WWJ […]
WWJ Newsradio 950′s Pat Sweeting discusses this week’s 58th Annual Detroit Trauma Symposium with Chair Lawrence Dieble, trauma surgeon from Detroit Receiving Hospital and Associate Professor with Wayne State University School of Medicine. The symposium […]
Local and national education experts gathered in Detroit this week to discuss use of a New Paradigm for Education developed by Detroit Edison Public School Academy Superintendent Ralph Bland who spoke with WWJ Newsradio 950′s […]
What does Detroit need to do to help all students work at or above grade level. WWJ Newsradio 950′s Pat Sweeting discusses that question with Joel Klein, Chancellor of New York City Public Schools during […]
Increasing focus is being placed on the need for long-term care services and on October 13 and 14th in East Lansing, a special Determining Change conference is being held. Elaine Taverna of the Center For […]
A new campaign entitled “I’m a Believer” is gearing up to help make positive changes in Detroit. WWJ Newsradio 950′s Pat Sweeting discusses the issue with someone who’s helping the homeless — Cheryl Johnson, CEO of […]
Singer Angie Stone stopped by the WWJ Newsradio 950 studios to talk about her role in Eli Lily & Co’s F.A.C.E. diabetes management program. Stone, who is among more than 3-million African Americans with diabetes, […]