How To Lower Your Coronavirus Risk When Eating Out: Advice From An ExpertNow that some restaurants and bars are reopening to the public, it's important to realize that eating out can definitely increase your risk of exposure to the new coronavirus.
Flint Extends Water Boil Advisory In Parts Of CityOfficials say those in the affected area should use boiled or bottled water for drinking, bathing, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes and preparing food.
Study Reports Substance Abuse Among Some Doctors On The Rise It's a serious public health problem, but when doctors abuse drugs, it can also put patients at risk.
NSF International Buys Environmental Consultant In BrazilThe Ann Arbor-based public health and safety organization NSF International announced Monday it had acquired Bioensaios Analysis and Environmental Consulting Laboratory Ltd., based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. It will become known as NSF Bioensaios.
Officials: Mich.'s Vaccination Rates Are Dropping Doctors and public health officials are warning that immunization rates have dropped in Michigan and are urging parents to get their kids vaccinated.
NSF International Acquires Peru's INASSA Group LLCAnn Arbor-based NSF International, an independent global public health and safety organization which develops standards, and tests and certifies products for the food, water and health sciences industries, has acquired the INASSA Group of Lima, Peru.
Vampire Bat Study May Lead To Better Rabies Control StrategiesA new study of rabies in vampire bats in Peru has found that culling bats -- a common rabies control strategy -- does not reduce rates of rabies exposure in bat colonies, and may even be counterproductive. The findings may eventually help public officials in Peru develop more effective methods for preventing rabies infections in humans and livestock.
Reported Norovirus Prompts Washtenaw County Officials To Issue Health AlertWith at least one outbreak of the norovirus confirmed, Washtenaw County Public Health officials are reminding the community of symptoms associated with the gastrointestinal illness and how stop it from spreading.
UM Study: Living In Segregation, Crime Boosts Cancer RiskOlder people who live in racially segregated neighborhoods with high crime rates have a much higher chance of developing cancer than do older people with similar health histories and income levels who live in safer, less segregated neighborhoods.