Could Blood Type Determine Link To Memory Problems?The research was part of a larger study of more than 30,000 people followed for an average of about three and a half years.
Study Links Consumption Of Sugary Drinks To Increased Cancer RiskThe study found the more sugary drinks the women drank, the greater the density of their breasts - a known risk factor for cancer.
Sean Lee: Your Eye On HealthStay up on the latest health topics with WWJ Newsradio 950 reporter Sean Lee in Detroit. From weight loss and exercise to cutting edge medical procedures, you’ll get the details on stories relevant to you.
Student Still In Med School Making Difference In Fight Against StrokeHanke's findings could lead to the development of a simple blood test to help identify high-risk patients before stroke happens.
'Warriors In Pink' Examines Conversation Surrounding Breast CancerFord Motor Company is helping drive the conversation about breast cancer with some intriguing new research.
Study: Learning A 2nd Language At Any Age Has Benefits Beyond Cultural People who spoke two or more languages had significantly better cognitive abilities compared to what would be expected from their baseline ...
Study: Physical Activity Continues To Benefit Seniors Into Their 70s And 80sUniversity of Florida researchers focused on more than 1,600 patients, ages 70 to 89, who were at high risk of becoming unable to walk without assistance
Study: When It Comes To Pain, Don't Think About ItThey found when patients anticipated the painful pulse, a brain area called the insular cortex increased its activity and that predicted the extent and intensity of the pain reaction.
General Mills Backs Off Use Of Genetically Modified Ingredients In CheeriosCereal maker General Mills said it's stopped using genetically modified ingredients in Cheerios says WWJ Health Reporter Sean Lee.
Symposium Looks To Round Out Information On New Healthcare LawThe Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation wants to know how well the healthcare law is being explained.
First Cases Of Flu Reported In Michigan CountiesNo sooner does the flu season look like its off to a slow start than we get word of the first confirmed Michigan cases of influenza.
Research Finds Appealing To Vanity Gets Patients To Comply With TreatmentLead researcher, Dr. Ronald Chervin says after treatment, patients looked more alert, more youthful and more attractive.