Andiamo’s healthful ‘Lean’ menu is just what the doctor ordered.
He was supposed to help fragile clients rebuild their lives. Instead, they claim, he inflicted fresh wounds.
A mental disorder, hoarding makes sufferers loath to discard items. Left untreated, hoarders can accumulate so many things over time that the lack of space created by encroaching belongings forces family members from their homes.
“Biomechanics” is the buzzword, but it’s really about physical conditioning and preventive maintenance — making sure bodies work as efficiently as possible to reduce the likelihood of injury and/or pain in a sport where the average male golfer swings at 90 mph and the average female golfer, 65.
Aerial yoga provides a lift for those looking for a twist on their exercise regimen.
Winter is a season, not a prison sentence. In Michigan, opportunities to get out and get fit exist in abundance all year long.
Face it: What you eat really does make a difference in the way you look.
Let’s get physical. Sure, our bodies are miraculous things, but do we really need an appendix or tonsils?
Holistic medicine stresses treating the entire person — mind, body, and soul. We talk with a doctor who practices this oft-misunderstood type of alternative medicine.
For years, bipolar disorder was stigmatized. But Wally Prechter, who lost her husband to it, is shedding light on the illness.
Philanthropists, many of them with personal attachments to hospitals, lend their names to wings and centers, but their giving spirit goes beyond bricks and mortar.
‘Concierge’ medicine gives patients the royal treatment. Still, the service has its price — and its critics.
Heart disease is still a big killer, but doctors are pumped up about the advances made in preventing and treating it.
For skin protection, aim to have it made in the shade.
Buy a swimsuit, get toned, sport a pedicure, and don’t forget to carry a life preserver in the form of sun protection, even when you’re nowhere near the beach.
An accident survivor founded Walk The Line, a Ferndale gym for the disabled.
An unexpected heart attack in a relatively young, seemingly health man inspired a new way of life.
January is the month of good intentions. And for many of us, that means getting real about diet and exercise. Conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to form a habit.
Today's medical centers are shedding their impersonal, sterile images and improving patient amenities, from spa services and abundant greenery to tastier food
State-of-the-art digital systems are allowing doctors to treat patients’ insides from the outside