Unexpected visitors seem to increase during the holiday season, and it never fails to happen when you have dishes in the sink, a project spread out across the living room and laundry hanging in the bathroom.
Let’s face it. Long car trips with kids can be torturous. Before you lose your mind, know that there are things you can do to make the ride more tolerable.
The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development offers a “Safe Sleep Top 10″; easy for parents and caregivers to follow.
During the week of Thanksgiving alone, as many as 38.2 million Americans will be on the roads – 90 percent of the 42.5 million expected to travel during the holiday week.
The federal government says 10 Michigan residents became ill from the same strain of salmonella, which has affected 76 people in 26 states since March.
With record high temperatures in the forecast, Metro Detroit air conditioners are working overtime, and a few simple tips will help make sure the system is running top-notch.
Being prepared for weather emergencies can make a situation tolerable, rather than hazardous or deadly.
Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get in better shape? Sports Club of Novi personal trainer Jimi Varner says people should ease into a fitness program.
With all the shopping, decorating and celebrating over the holiday season, it’s easy to let details slip through the cracks. Just be careful that they aren’t your travel plans.
Everyone loves a clear path to the house — but don’t overdo it. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network recommend that you keep heart health in mind and go slowly when clearing snow from driveways […]