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All of the Lights

Neutral-colored packaging and warm notes — fall candles make for a cozy night in

A-List: Red Alert

Add some fire to your fall wardrobe with brilliant cherry baubles, moody merlot mules, and more

Your Must-Have Packing List for End-of-Summer Travels

Make end-of-season wanderlust simple with these carry-on essentials

7 Local Brews That Look as Good as They Taste

Celebrate Michigan Craft Beer Month with these artfully designed brews

3 Tips for Prepping Your Patio This Summer

Interior designer Jimmy Angell offers expert pointers for the season

5 Tips for Crafting Floral Designs Like a Pro

Natalia Januszewski creates an arrangement that adds drama to even the most minimalist spaces

A-List: Rainy Day Essentials

April showers bring waterproof makeup, wardrobe essentials in glossy finishes

Start Your Spring Cleaning With These Stylish Storage Picks

This season, stow your home goods in these chic boxes, baskets, and bins

Stationary for Your Sweetheart

Share sweet sayings with your special someone this Valentine’s Day with stationery by Michigan-based makers

7 Decadent Fragrances for Home and Body

Add allure to your vanity this winter with these luxurious scents

How to Look Sharp for Your Next Dinner Party

Detroit-based menswear stylist and blogger Michael-Anthony Spearman dishes out his best advice

16 Essentials for Your Next Detroit Lions Tailgate Party

Gear up for the big game with these must-have picks

Baking Basics

Must-have tools for your next sweet treat cook-off

Should You Go To the ER for a Mental Health Emergency?

It’s not always the best choice for behavioral and nonmedical emergencies, but metro Detroit agencies and partial programs can help

Socialization Therapies at Michigan Hospitals Help Address Kids' Emotional Needs

Through art, music, and other programs, young patients maintain their identities, ease stress and anxiety

How Going Vegan Helped Me Treat Chronic Skin Disease

While there is no cure for Hidradenitis Suppurativa, changing the way I eat helped me heal after years of suffering and misdiagnoses

Does Flotation Therapy Work?

For the active, distracted, and routinely high-strung, it can offer a deeply healing experience. Believe me, I tried it.

ADHD in Women Often Misdiagnosed

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder usually manifests differently, making diagnosis difficult for those unfamiliar with the symptoms

Erasing the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness

Anxiety disorders and depression are often faceless — as well as misunderstood and mistreated

Metro Detroit Beauty Products to Help Put Your Best Face Forward

Get primped to perfection with goods from Mills Apothecary, Sfumato Fragrances, Rebel Rush Cosmetics, and more

Cozy Home Decor

Inspiration to make you feel at home

Get Fit with New Year's Gear from Detroit Businesses

Stay stylish while you work off those holiday pounds

Champion For Children

Dr. Mona gained fame as a ‘water warrior,’ but her long-term crusade is fixing all of Flint’s social ills

Clearing The Air

Living in Wayne County’s polluted ZIP codes has been linked to asthma and other health conditions, but activists and policymakers — and even some industries — are working to address regional environmental issues

Curing Implicit Bias

How thoughts and perceptions health care providers unconsciously harbor can affect health care for minorities — and what can be done about it

Michigan Made in the Kitchen

Show your state pride with these locally based food products

As Seen on Email!

Readers send us more product pitches than we know what to do with — until now

Sign In or Log Out?

Experts weigh in on all the pokes, posts, and pictures that make up social media.

Caregiving Canines

Man’s best friend can also play an important role in health care.

Top Chiropractors 2016

Something New

From ‘save the date’ to ‘thank you’ notes, local designers can put a personal stamp on your big day with customizable, one-of-a-kind bridal stationery

Hand-Crafted Glamour

Looking to add life to your party? Try a cocktail ring on for size.

Charitable Treasures

Money goes a long way with a purchase from these local businesses

From a Dark Place

After losing his sight, an artist’s journey to reinvent his life is a lesson in overcoming obstacles

Erasing the Past

In southwest Detroit, a tattoo removal program helps former gang members leave stigma behind

Life in the Cadaver Lab

For future doctors, Wayne State University’s body bequest program isn’t all about death — it’s about learning the science of healing

Road to Recovery

Whether they find solace in 12-step programs or a different approach, former addicts find their own paths

The Battle Within

On the outside, lupus patients may appear fine, but on the inside, they are in pain.

Work Time Workouts

Chained to your chair? Here are some ideas to get fit while at the office.

Grooming for Success

With the help of local companies’ products, men can put their best faces forward

Delayed Reactions

Allergies can develop at any age, and some symptoms are nothing to sneeze at

Stressed-Out Nation

Studies find financial problems top the list of causes, escalating health risks. So what can we do to ease the burden?

Wake-Up Call

Long- and short-term effects of sleep disorders go beyond just feeling groggy

Health and Beauty Products

Earthly Delights

Just in time to welcome the May flowers, local stores have some of the essentials you need to bring out your inner green thumb

Beer Pairings

Hop-friendly accessories for craft brew fans

Against the Grain

Two young woodworkers commit to keeping their businesses in Detroit

Top Chiropractors 2015

Taking It Outside

Don’t let a little wintery weather put a deep freeze on your workouts

New Traditions

Don’t procrastinate. Start the year off right with a hike, walk, or ride in a Detroit-area park.

Winter Chase

Don’t let snow, ice, or overcrowded gyms keep you from exercising. Here’s the gear you’ll need to be an all-weather warrior.

Fresh Prescription

Instead of pills, doctors prescribe fruits and vegetables through a program that unites health care with local food systems.

From Sci-Fi to Fact

Emerging medical applications of intricate 3-D printing techniques are changing — and saving — lives

Rx For the Next Generation

First graduating class tests Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine’s approach to prepare future physicians

A-List: (Re)Purposeful Designs

Michigan shops tout socially responsible furniture, artwork, décor, and more

Conscious Consumption

Are you a social, only-on-the-weekends kind of drinker? Even occasional alcohol habits matter more than you think.

Late Bloomer

One woman decided to get fit at 49. Twenty years later, she's living proof of the power of exercise.

About A Bean

Soy has been knocked off its pedestal. But is it really all that bad? It depends on whom you ask--and what form you eat.

Heart Warmers

Local products may be just the ticket for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day

A Mission for Medicine

For 24 Detroit-area health care providers, a trip to Kenya revealed their limitations — and renewed their calling to help others

Top Chiropractors 2014

Healthy Choices

Through the uniting power of food, advocates committed to improving outcomes in Detroit

Rethinking Resolutions

Having trouble sticking to your exercise routine? Choosing an alternative workout could be the answer.

A-List: Wet Goods

Water-inspired products — from South Pacific-hued makeup to a custom-made succulent garden.

A-List: Hidden Treasures

Spruce up your garden with whimsical accessories.

A-List: The Clean Scene

From iconic Brillo pads to fresh new solutions, environmentally friendly products brighten your spring cleaning duties.

Home Furnishings: His & Hers

Top Chiropractors 2013

A-List: Best Bets for January

A-List: Best Bets for November

A-List: Best Bets for October

A-List: Best Bets for September

A-List: Best Bets for August

A-List: Best Bets for July

A-List: Best Bets for Dad

Grooming products for Father’s Day (June 17) that will help him look, feel, and smell great — from head to toe.

A-List: Mom to a Tea

Make Mother’s Day (May 13) memorable by taking her to a tea, brunch, breakfast, or even a baking class

A-List: April 2012

Best Bets for April

A-List : February 2012

Super Bowls for the big game

A-List: January 2012

Best Bets for January

A-List: November 2011

Best bets for November.

A-List: October 2011

Best Bets for the Haunting Month.

A-List: September 2011

Best bets for September.

A-List: August 2011

Best Bets for July

Products: Just Add H2O & SPF

Just add H2O & SPF

Products: Everything's Coming Up Roses for Mom

Products: Everything's Coming Up Roses for Mom

Earth-Friendly April Fashions

Earth-Friendly April Fashions

Green Pieces for March

Green Pieces for March.

Best Bets for February

Best Bets for February.

Best Bets for January

Six items topped out A-List for January.

Best Bets of November

Six items topped our A-list for November.

Best Bets of September

Six items topped our A-list for September.

Best Bets of July

Six items topped our A-list for July.

Best Bets of June

Six items topping our A-list for June.

Best Bets for May

Six items topping our A-list for May.

Naturals for Earth Day

Looking good on Earth Day (or, any day!) with natural products.

Spring Fever

Push the season with florals, pastels, airy fabrics — and a little skin, if you dare.

A-List: January 2010