Health & Fitness

Published January 26, 2021

TROY — All Recreation Director Elaine Bo and Assistant Recreation Director Brian Goul want is to fully reopen the Troy Community Center to its members.

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Published January 26, 2021

METRO DETROIT — For many of us, the time we’ve spent cooped up working from home and steering clear of social gatherings has been — well, a pain.

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Published January 26, 2021

ROSEVILLE — Dr. Kathy Rollinger has been practicing medicine in southeast Michigan for her entire career and has saved and changed untold lives during that time.

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Published January 25, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Their lives have been upended for more than 10 months, and staff and administrators at Lake Shore Public Schools want to make sure students know where they can turn for help with mental health.

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Published January 22, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — St. Clair Shores officials once again alerted the community to potential lead in water from homes with lead service lines after semiannual testing found eight sites out of 62 tested where the Action Level of 15 parts per billion was exceeded.

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Published January 22, 2021

HAZEL PARK — Prior to the coronavirus, the country was grappling with another health crisis: addiction to opioids. And that health crisis still grips this country. The powerful drugs are prescribed to relieve pain but can addict users, leading to risk of death by overdose.

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Published January 12, 2021

METRO DETROIT — The COVID-19 pandemic has forced not only hospitals and medical practices to reassess how care is delivered, but also patients.

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Published January 11, 2021

WARREN — It was January 2017. Ed Hanna was working as a Warren Fire Department paramedic when his squad was dispatched to a mobile home park after the apparent overdose of a teenage girl.

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Published January 10, 2021

METRO DETROIT — While the physical effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are readily visible, there are other issues that can fly below the radar and affect people in many unseen ways.

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Published January 8, 2021

METRO DETROIT — The COVID-19 pandemic has been painful for everyone.

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Published December 23, 2020

TROY — Although school has looked a lot different in 2020 due to virtual or hybrid instruction, state officials say preparation for cardiac emergencies is still important.

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Published December 18, 2020

METRO DETROIT — With the COVID-19 pandemic still sweeping across the nation, the Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter plans to host a virtual event to honor those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia.

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Published December 16, 2020

SOUTHFIELD — Health care workers from Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe, were among the first in Michigan to receive their first doses of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 Dec. 15 at the Beaumont Service Center in Southfield.

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Published December 15, 2020

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OAKLAND COUNTY — There is never a good time to be homeless, but with the arrival of cold weather, life has gotten even tougher for some Michiganders.

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Published December 15, 2020

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MACOMB COUNTY — On Dec. 14, Macomb County began utilizing an empty building to provide a centralized site for COVID-19 testing.

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Published December 15, 2020

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — The Verkuilen Building in Clinton Township has been transformed to help combat one of the largest public health emergencies in the nation’s history.

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Published December 8, 2020

ROYAL OAK — As with many annual in-person events, Beaumont Royal Oak’s fourth annual “Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams” has gone the way of 2020 — digital.

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Published December 8, 2020

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MACOMB COUNTY — As numbers looked like they were on the downturn, opioid use experienced an uptick during the chaos of what has been 2020.

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Published December 5, 2020

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METRO DETROIT — A decline in the mental health of people around the world can be counted among the detrimental effects that have stemmed from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Published November 20, 2020

SOUTHFIELD — While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the United States, many Americans have been displaced from their offices and forced to work from home. As nice as it sounds, being able to roll out of bed and work in your pajamas isn’t all it’s made out to be.

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