How To Avoid Toxic Metals In Your Baby's Food And YoursUpset by reports that up to 95% of baby food contains one or more toxic heavy metals, including lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury?
Report: 95 Percent Of Tested Baby Foods In The US Contain Toxic MetalsToxic heavy metals damaging to your baby's brain development are likely in the baby food you are feeding your infant, according to a new investigation published Thursday.
CDC Report: 3 STDs Reach All-Time Highs In The USHealth officials are raising alarm about a rise in STDs across the United States.
REPORT: Your Zip Code May Influence How Long You LiveUsing the most up to date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Center for Health Statistics along with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a first-of-its-kind neighborhood-level report on life expectancy.
STUDY: Antidepressants Are Linked To A Higher Gestational Diabetes RiskTaking antidepressants while pregnant may be associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes, a new study suggests.
Report: This Michigan City Has The Fewest RobberiesA recent report analyzed where Michigan residents are least likely to get robbed.
REPORT: Drug Prices For Seniors Once Again Rose Faster Than InflationThe retail price of prescription drugs commonly used by older Americans has continued to increased faster than inflation, according to a new analysis from AARP. This marks the 12th year in a row that there has been a substantial increase in prices.
STUDY: Detroit Is The Worst City In The Nation To Drive InDetroit's roads were ranked as the worst city to drive in, in a recent WalletHub report.
New Report Shows How Healthy Michigan IsMichigan is the 34th healthiest state in America, according to the 29th annual report from the United Health Foundation.
Fentanyl Is The Deadliest Drug In America, CDC ConfirmsEvery 8 minutes someone dies from an accidental drug overdose. Most of the time, it's from fentanyl.
Teacher Pay: How Each State RanksHigh-profile teacher strikes in a handful of states earlier this year could be a foreshadowing of issues in newly configured state legislatures in 2019.