A nonprofit group is seeking volunteers to help search the Huron River this month for winter stoneflies.
“While Michigan and Illinois still appear on the list, migration out of the region has slowed considerably,” said Carl Walter, vice president of United Van Lines.
People are finding it necessary to always be connected to their work and personal email, even interrupting meals and daily activities to check email, and workers are willing to drive great distances for connectivity.
Genetic testing will be available for the first time for those who may be at risk and are showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
According to a recent study, leading retailers are reporting increases in organized retail crime and shoplifting.
The seeds of vulnerability to asthma, heart disease and other chronic adult health problems are planted early in life, according to a study published last week in the American Journal of Public Health.
A new study says the Great Lakes supports tens of thousands of jobs and generates billions of dollars in wages and tax revenue.
A recent paper co-authored by a University of Michigan law professor shows that publicizing sex offenders’ identities may actually increase the chances they’ll commit another sex crime.
A new preliminary study shows that children may need more frequent vaccines to prevent pertussis, known as whooping cough.
While Midwest companies rely on new products and services to drive revenue growth, they still need to establish formal development processes to commercialize their innovations successfully, according to a new survey from Plante Moran PLLC and NewNorth Center.