For 24 Detroit-area health care providers, a trip to Kenya revealed their limitations — and renewed their calling to help others
Having trouble sticking to your exercise routine? Choosing an alternative workout could be the answer.
Obesity tends to overshadow Michigan’s true No. 1 killer — diabetes. The main problem? How we live our lives every day
Death cafés help people make the most of life
Two local professionals gain national attention with studies on sex and its impact on healthy, happy relationships
One medical care center in Detroit run entirely by medical students is bringing hope to thousands of Detroit’s uninsured
Myths about organ donation and transplantation are still contaminating the real issues behind a silent health problem
Singer-songwriter Stewart Francke pens a new chapter about his victory over cancer
VIEW THE 2013 TOP DOCTORS The following list contains the doctors in adult and pediatric specialties, as voted by their peers. Top vote getters are...
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Beating blight and boosting health with beans and berries.
One woman is living — and thriving — with chronic pain
Chronic pain is a challenge for those who hurt. Medical professionals also are constantly searching for ways to treat this elusive physical state.
With the whooping cough outbreak in 2012 and the flu epidemic that swept the country this past winter, vaccines again took the national spotlight. Still, questions and controversies remain about how this fundamental health precaution affects us all.
One young father was in the prime of his life when a stroke changed his life forever. Monica Mercer tells us his story — and explains why we all need to know more about this leading cause of disability.
It’s commonly held that people just don’t get whooping cough anymore. But, in fact, pertussis persists as a significant threat to America’s public health.
Don’t let your home-fitness resolution for the new year be an exercise in futility. With the proper equipment and some forethought, your regimen can last through 2013 — and beyond // Illustrations by Jacqui Oakley
Charles Bonnet Syndrome is a little-known condition in which the brain ‘fills in’ details for those whose vision is failing.
Henry Ford West Bloomfield is embracing the local-food movement.