New Homeowner Blind-Sided By Lead Levels In Inkster WaterMedinah Smith says she’s a new to the neighborhood in Inkster, but upon buying her house, she didn’t know about lead issues in the water.
Frontline Workers Trying To Fix Overdose Crises With Overdoses Increasing By Nearly 20% In MichiganThe opioid epidemic is trending in the wrong direction as overdose deaths continue to rise jumping nearly 30 percent from last year across the country.
Michigan Health Officials Issuing Face Mask Advisory Due To Rise In Flu, COVID-19 CasesThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will be issuing a face mask advisory ahead of the holidays due to the rise in COVID-19 and flu cases.
Free Community Health Screenings, Food At Local ChurchThe church is partnering with Central City Integrated Health to provide free medical screenings in an underserved neighborhood.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Reach Seven-Month High In MichiganWhat Michigan officials previously called a "fourth COVID surge," can now be seen from the hospitals handling the cases.
Michigan Surpasses 70% COVID Vaccination Milestone For Ages 16 And Older, Officials SayAccording to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 5.7 million people have received at least one dose.
Health Experts Want To Know More About Flu Cases At University Of MichiganFederal health experts are visiting the University of Michigan to learn more about hundreds of flu cases diagnosed by the campus health service.
Detroit Opening COVID Vaccine Appointments For Children Ages 5 To 11 Starting Nov. 8With doctors' offices receiving an overwhelming amount of calls from parents for vaccines, local counties and health clinics are opening, and the City of Detroit is one of them.
Daylight Saving Time Ends: Here Are Health Tips As We 'Fall Back' On Nov. 7Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 7, which means our clocks will go back an hour, or as they say "fall back."
City Of Benton Harbor Hosting Water Resource Fair; Distribution Of Free Bottled Water ContinuesThe City of Benton Harbor will be hosting a Water Resource Fair Thursday to discuss health impacts of lead and available resources to help reduce or eliminate lead from homes.
Planet Fitness Gives Cardio Equipment To Detroit FirehousesPlanet Fitness is donating and will help install treadmills and stationary bicycles in each of Detroit’s 38 firehouses.
Merck Envisions Billions From COVID-19 Treatment SalesMerck fell out of the race to develop COVID-19 vaccines earlier this year but could vault to head of the pack for treatments in 2022.
Red Cross In Dire Need Of Blood DonationsThe emergency blood shortage is pumping organizers to collect 10,000 additional blood products each week over the next month to supplement the need.
Michigan Matters: Of Organ Donations & Keeping Kidneys HealthierOn this week's Michigan Matter. Over 25-hundred Michiganders are waiting for an organ transplant. What’s being done to help? Plus--keeping our kidneys healthier. Watch 8 am Sunday
Gov. Whitmer Announces 'MI Shot To Win' Sweepstakes With Cash, Scholarship Drawings To Encourage More VaccinationsGovernor Whitmer taking a page from the book of other Governors in the Country and offering incentives for vaccinations. Since announcing the Vax-a-Million campaign in mid-May officials in Ohio says vaccinations in the state increased 94% among 16 and 17 year old’s and 55% for those between 20 and 49 years old. Governor Whitmer hoping a similar campaign here will encourage more Michiganders to get the shot.