Long- and short-term effects of sleep disorders go beyond just feeling groggy
Studies find financial problems top the list of causes, escalating health risks. So what can we do to ease the burden?
Allergies can develop at any age, and some symptoms are nothing to sneeze at
Organ donor registrations in Michigan are on the rise, but potential transplant patients still face a supply vs. demand gap
Ophthalmologists in Detroit are leading the global cause to cure blindness
Alcohol poisoning isn't just a dorm room phenomenon, and too often, loved ones have to cope with the fallout
It doesn’t sound pretty — or even very sanitary — but transplanted fecal microbes are gaining popularity as a way to treat digestive tract bugs
It's not just meditation or yoga— it's a way of being
Awareness and breaking down depression’s stigma are key to suicide prevention
Frustrating stereotypes and barriers to professional opportunities are just a few challenges endured by stutterers
Singing, playing, or simply listening can be a powerful, healing force
Local nurse’s battle to raise awareness for a vitamin deficiency hits the big screen
From low-tech to low-cost, here are some tips that can help keep you healthy
Don’t let a little wintery weather put a deep freeze on your workouts
Don’t procrastinate. Start the year off right with a hike, walk, or ride in a Detroit-area park.
Unconventional and demanding Corktown gym builds community as well as physical strength
VIEW THE 2014 TOP DOCTORS The following list contains the doctors in adult and pediatric specialties, as voted by their peers. Top vote getters are...
Michigan lags behind the nation in breast-feeding rates, but two regional hospitals are working to increase the numbers.
Instead of pills, doctors prescribe fruits and vegetables through a program that unites health care with local food systems.