System 21: Oz-Approved Drive-Thru & Take-Out Meals That Won’t Ruin Your DietDr. Oz and Mara Schiavocampo break down how to enjoy a fast-food burger the System 21 way. 
Covid-19 Headquarters: Should We Delay The Second Dose Of The Vaccine To Get More People Vaccinated Quickly?Dr. Ashish Jha tells Dr. Oz why he believes delaying a second dose could help save more lives.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Regeneron’s Antibody CocktailDrug maker Regeneron has just released data from their phase 3 clinical trial showing their antibody cocktail, when given to high-risk, non-hospitalized covid patients, reduces the risk of hospitalization and death by 70%. This antibody cocktail also reduced the duration of symptoms by four days in those who got it versus placebo. In addition, the FDA updated their fact sheet on Regeneron’s antibody cocktail to reflect how well it works against different strains of covid. The agency says this antibody cocktail retains its potency against all major strains of the virus, including those from the UK, Brazil, South Africa, California and New York. Ask your doctor about getting monoclonal antibody treatment if you or a loved one gets Covid-19 and are at risk of becoming severely ill.
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From Coney Island To Toney Island, Detroit Rapper Tone Tone Brings Grub To The East SideRapper Tone Tone is making moves from the studio to the kitchen.
Dan Gilbert Announces $500 Million Investment In Detroit, With $15 Million To Pay Off Homeowners Property Tax DebtDan Gilbert announces a $500 million-dollar investment in the city of Detroit, with $15 million of that going toward paying off property tax debt to 20,000 Detroit homeowners.
Eastern Michigan University Accused Of Failing To Respond To AssaultsEastern Michigan University “turned a blind eye” to the sexual assault of students by other students, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday by 11 women who said they were victims.
Gov. Whitmer Vetoes Bill To End Virus Rules Without Lawmakers' OKGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday again vetoed a Republican-backed bill that would have required legislative approval to extend Michigan’s COVID-19 restrictions, as cases and hospitalizations continued to rise amid increasing vaccinations.
11,437 Unemployment Claims Filed In Michigan Last WeekMichigan's unemployment claims fall to the lowest they’ve been since the pandemic began.
Michigan Reports 5,224 New COVID-19 Cases, 49 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Virtual Meetings Leads To Makeup Industries Newest Customer… MenHours of virtual meetings every day have professionals trying to look their best on camera. And now, the makeup industry has a new target customer: men.
Is Your Home Security Camera Making You Safe Or Putting You At Risk? Dr. Oz hears what one mother went through when she discovered her home cameras were hacked.
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Daily Covid-19 Minute: Astrazeneca VaccineDrugmaker AstraZeneca announced some promising results from their phase 3 covid vaccine trial reporting their vaccine was 79% effective in preventing symptomatic covid and 100% effective in preventing severe covid including hospitalization and death. Additionally, those who had at least one dose of the vaccine in the trial reported any blood clotting events which was a concern that led some EU countries to temporarily pause giving out the vaccine earlier this month. But the concern over this vaccine continues as an independent review board associated with the NIH raised some concerns saying AstraZeneca may have included some outdated information in their trial, altering the efficacy they reported. Now, the company plans to reanalyze their data and release results by the end of this week.
Western Michigan University Still Plans on 75% Of Classes Return In Person This FallWestern Michigan University isn't letting this spring surge buck their plans for Broncos returning to campus in the fall.
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Ram Recalls Heavy-Duty Trucks For Fire RiskThe company says the 2021 pickup and chassis cab trucks have heater electrical relays that can short, overheat and in rare cases cause fires.
Michigan Diner Owner Out Of Jail After Ignoring Virus OrdersMarlena Pavlos-Hackney paid a $15,000 fine and satisfied authorities that Marlena’s Bistro and Pizzeria in Holland finally would remain closed while it lacks a food license.
Michigan Senate Backs Health Director Appointed By WhitmerThe Michigan Senate on Tuesday narrowly supported Elizabeth Hertel as state health director, backing a key figure in Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic in recent months.
Michigan Reports 4,454 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 Deaths WednesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
State’s Chief Medical Executive Administers Vaccines At Ford Field’s Site OpeningThe Ford Field community vaccination center opened its doors Wednesday to kick-off day one at the mass site.
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Covid-19 Headquarters: I Got The Vaccine...Now What Can I Do?Dr. Oz asks Dr. Ashish Jha for his opinion on the safety of traveling for fully vaccinated people.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Low-Dose AspirinWe’ve known low-dose aspirin can reduce the risk of having a stroke or heart attack but now we’re learning it might also reduce your chance of getting severely sick or even dying from Covid-19. Because the disease has been associated with higher risks of blood clots, researchers at George Washington University were interested in low-dose aspirin for covid. Aspirin, of course, is a known blood thinner. It turns out hospitalized covid patients on low-dose aspirin had several desirable outcomes: - 44 percent less likely to be put on a ventilator - 43 percent less likely to be admitted to the ICU - And 47 percent less likely to die in the hospital There were also no differences in bleeding events between people on aspirin and those who were not. Because the study was small, and it wasn’t the gold standard randomized controlled trial, we need to be careful when interpreting this data. However, aspirin is widely available, cheap, and relatively safe so it could be a game-changer in our management of covid patients.

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