The unveiling of Orlissa, an FDA-approved, first-of-its-kind oral medication for women dealing with endometriosis.
Last spring, administration at Lakeland High School in White Lake called a meeting to inform teachers about the dangers of vaping, a new medium...
The biggest diet trends of the year, explained
ClassPass, a fitness membership app, which began partnering with metro Detroit studios late last year, aims to help exercise enthusiasts reach their health goals in an innovative way.
Anju Brodbine, owner of Woodhouse Day Spa’s Rochester Hills location, says seaweed is a staple for her business. Not only is the multifaceted organic...
Ann Arbor’s Forever Labs builds a thriving business banking stem cells on the prospect of future cures and life extension // Illustrations by Blair Kelly
Ditch the mid-day meeting with a self-care solution
Machine learning. It’s the branch of artificial intelligence capable of identifying who is likely to be a no-show for their next clinic appointment or...
Powered by likes and public approval, how social media is squandering the holiday spirit
One morning last October, I caught sight of my hair in my full-length mirror. It had been colored a few months before, so my natural red shade now had gold highlights. Its recent blunt trim left it looking particularly thick and shiny beneath the overhead lighting. I started crying.
Nausea, excruciating head pain, sensitivity to light and noise: The oppressiveness of the list of symptoms for migraines has been matched only by the difficulty of treating the severe headaches. Until now.
In our mission to create a space for dialogue, a truth is revealed: Clinicians and those with mental illnesses in southeast Michigan are ready, if not eager, to open up about a subject long deemed taboo. Together, we break the silence.
Technology is barreling full force through more and more sectors of health care, knocking down conventional forms of treatment, and erecting unfamiliar ones in their place. Mental health is no exception.
Like many metro areas across the U.S., finding a therapist in and around Detroit can prove to be difficult. But, a change in perception, accessibility, and compatibility can make all the difference.
Citizen Yoga founder, Kacee Must Leeb, reflects on her sister, Miya, the impact Miya's suicide had on her family, and her road to finding purpose
Numbers don’t lie. From being ranked as the most stressed-out city in the United States to the shortage of mental health care providers in Wayne County to Michigan’s rising suicide rate, metro Detroit lacks a clean bill of health in the matters of mental health. We’ve done the math.
Wright, known as “The Motor City Hypnotist,” got my attention via a press release promoting a “secret weapon to improve your golf game.” I’m a terrible golfer, but I also noted he’s helped people quit smoking.
From how often to apply to the ingredients that make it work, a local dermatologist tells all
Despite Seven Mile and I-75 consuming the backdrop of Pingree Farms, a nonprofit dedicated to youth education and neighborhood revitalization through agriculture, maybe seeing barnyard animals in Detroit shouldn’t be so strange after all.
An emergency training workshop, healthcare for Detroit’s homeless, and the aftermath of Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria.