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6 Alternative Medicine Spaces to Visit in Metro Detroit

From flotation therapy to no-working zones, locals incorporate alternative medicine into their overall wellness plans
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Gov. Whitmer Urges Michiganders to Continue to Get Tested for COVID-19 and Mask Up

Michigan is faring better than other states, but our COVID-19 numbers are still rising
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Shake Off Stress with These 3 Breathing Techniques

Nearly 50 percent of Americans feel anxious about contracting COVID-19. Local healthcare professionals share proven ways to help you relax during the pandemic.

Stock Up on These 11 Goods for Better Sleep

CBD gummies, essential oils, and a silk pillowcase may help you get the shut-eye you desire

Children’s Hospital of Michigan Transforms MRI Rooms to Put Kids at Ease

The hospital's walls are covered with murals of underwater scenes, animal picnics, and more
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Feeling Stressed? Try These Guided Meditations from Headspace

Gov. Whitmer partners with the subscription service to bring wellness programming to Michiganders
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 29

University of Michigan develops new digital tools for reopening the state, Ford-Wyoming Drive-in Theatre closes after its reopening night, and Southfield City Council passes temporary approvals for the city’s restaurants to expand outdoor dining areas
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12 Hours on the Front Line With a Beaumont Doctor

The Dearborn hospital’s chief of emergency medicine shares what it's like working during the coronavirus pandemic
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 28

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer shares the state’s COVID-19 budget priorities, public pools in Southeast Michigan must remain closed indefinitely, and United Shore prepares to hire 1,5000 employees

Veggies in Vogue: Your Guide to Plant-Based Diets

Plus, three restaurants serving up faux meat in metro Detroit
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 27

Michigan State University prepares to welcome back students in the fall, the City of Detroit offers free COVID-19 testing to suburbanites, and actress Gal Gadot surprises Henry Ford Health System emergency workers
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 26

Somerset Collection to reopen on Friday, Orchard Laboratories begins testing samples collected at Oakland County’s drive-thru testing sites, and the Detroit Pistons host a virtual mental health panel

Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 22

Gov. Whitmer extends Michigan’s stay-at-home order, Flower Day goes virtual, and Detroit retailers prepare to reopen
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Detroit Public Schools Partners with a U-M Mental Health Program

The TRAILS program is helping school staff tend to students’ needs
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 21

Gov. Whitmer allows gatherings of 10 people or fewer, President Trump visits a Ford plant in Ypsilanti, and the Michigan Brewers Guild cancels its Summer Beer Festival
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How to Make Your Own Face Mask

Sew your mask or try the no-sew method
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 20

The Ford Fireworks move to a televised-only event, College for Creative Studies eliminates 5% of its workforce, and the state of Michigan reports 659 new COVID-19 cases
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 19

The Movement At Home lineup is unveiled, Ford Motor Co. prepares for President Trump’s visit, and Plymouth plans a Memorial Day celebration with social distancing
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 18

Northern Michigan cities prepare to reopen some businesses on Friday, a new app helps companies manage health screenings, and Big Three employees start returning to work
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Metro Detroit’s Latest COVID-19 Updates: May 15

An Emergency Department employee at Henry Ford embarks on an ambitious photo project to honor her colleagues, Gov. Whitmer announces a new council will plan how schools will reopen, and Mayor Mike Duggan is optimistic Detroit will bounce back

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