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City Of Detroit, GLWA And MSU Partner On Project Aimed To Predict COVID-19 Outbreaks Through SewageCity of Detroit partners with Great Lakes Water Authority and Michigan State University on program that tests sewage samples in hopes of predicting COVID-19 outbreaks
Former Nurse Starts Business To Encourage Other NursesFormer nurse starts business to inspire and encourage other nurses.
Oakland County Health Division Aims To Educate On VapingThe Oakland County Health Division is hosting a 'VAPE 101' virtual training seminar aimed at educating people in the community about the health risks associated with vaping among teens.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Explains Why They Signed UpCOVID-19 vaccine trial participants explain why they decided to volunteer.
HAP Cautions Consumers: Medicare Scams Are On The RiseProtect your Medicare ID Number like your Social Security number, do not give it out over the phone.
COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium Enters New PhaseIn this new phase, the Consortium plans to sharpen its focus on research projects that hold the potential to help improve patient outcomes within a six-month timeframe.
School Districts Go Virtual Only Due To Rise In Community Covid-19 CasesAfter rise of Covid-19 cases in the community some school districts in Southeast Michigan moving to virtual only learning, at least for the next two weeks.
Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Clenova Introduces Premium Hand Sanitizer DispenserPremium Touchless Hand Sanitizing Station Lights Up to Greet Visitors.
Governor Whitmer, Doctors Concerned Over Rising Covid-19 Cases In The StateGovernor Whitmer gives an update of the State's rising Covid-19 cases. She and doctors in the State are concerned.
Meijer Teams Up With State Of Michigan, Detroit Tigers And Lansing Lugnuts To Host Free Multi-City Flu Shot ClinicsWalk-up and drive-through flu shot clinics for those who are uninsured or have limited coverage.
Big Lots Raises $3.5 Million In Support Of Children's Mental HealthBig Lots announced a total of $3.52 million was raised during its fall point-of-sale campaign benefitting Nationwide Children's Hospital and the On Our Sleeves® movement.