STUDY: Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled In The US, Women Are At An Increased RiskAbout half of these deaths are from liver disease or an overdose from alcohol or alcohol mixed with other drugs.
Detroit Earns A Spot On Most Caring Cities In America ListA new study ranked the most caring cities in the United States. Find out where our city finished.
Ford Recalls Nearly 262,000 Big Pickups; Tailgates Can Open UnexpectedlyFord Motor Co. is recalling nearly 262,000 big pickups in the U.S. and Canada. 
REPORT: More People Are Surviving Lung Cancer In The USOver the past decade, the rate of new lung cancer cases diagnosed in the United States has dropped 19% and the five-year survival rate has climbed 26%, according to a new report.
Fentanyl Is The Deadliest Drug In The US, But In Some Places, Meth Kills MoreFentanyl remains the deadliest drug in the United States. But in some areas of the country, methamphetamine kills more people.
Study: Air Quality In The US Is Getting Worse And Could Be Killing ThousandsAfter improving for the better part of a decade, air quality in the US is worsening again -- and could be associated with nearly 10,000 premature deaths and billions of dollars in damages, according to a new analysis of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data.
Ford Announces Launch Of Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Network In The USFord doesn't currently offer any electric vehicles, but it announced Thursday that, once it does, it will offer the largest North American network of electric vehicle chargers of any automaker — including Tesla.
Study: Vaping Is Increasing Among Younger People -- But Not So For Older AdultsVaping, often described as an "epidemic" in middle and high schools, was not significantly different among adults in the United States in 2014 vs. 2018, according to survey results published Monday.
University Of Michigan Will Host Presidential Debate In 2020University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced Friday the university will host the second general election U.S. presidential debate Oct. 15, 2020.
Why Did EEE Cases Spike This Year? It's ComplicatedWhat exactly is fueling an unprecedented outbreak of the mosquito-borne Eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, in the United States remains a concerning conundrum -- and there could be several factors at play.
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.