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The giant health insurer Aetna filed a lawsuit in Detroit’s federal court today claiming Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan raised rates to consumers and then gave the extra money to hospitals that agreed to charge higher prices to Blues competito...
Kresge Eye Institute and Operation: Kid Equip partner to host "Seeing is Believing" Holiday Initiative
While many organizations are asking for toys and other tangible objects to give to families during the holidays, Kresge Eye Institute wants to give local families something very basic, yet essential – an eye exam.
To make this happen, Kresge Ey...
A list of potentially dangerous toys has been released by "Trouble in Toyland" - a survey in its 26th year. Be sure to check the list before you finish your holiday shopping.
Detroit— Three Detroit schools are among 63 across the state awarded grants to help fight childhood obesity.
The grants are part of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan's Building Healthy Communities school program
By Heidi Roman
C & G Staff Writer
Susan Kline was a vegetarian in the 1980s, long before it was a common lifestyle.
“I did it when it wasn’t popular. There were none of these (meat substitute) products available in stores,” said Kline, who ...
June 5 is National Cancer Survivor's Day and our own Syma Chowdhry is the keynote speaker at our local cancer survivors' celebration at The Great Lakes Cancer Institution in Clarkston.
More than 500 cancer survivors, distinguished guests and me...
The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Center’s Stem Cell & Bone Marrow Transplant Program has recently been acknowledged with three special distinctions for the high-quality services it provides patients and those seeking transplants through the Nationa...
Thanks, Metro Detroit! 20th Annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure the Best Ever! - Karmanos
They came from far and near, some 40,000-plus Warriors in Pink this past Saturday, May 21, at Comerica Park, for the 20th Annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure, locally presented by the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute. Our communit...
There may be another reason to curse the drenching rains this spring.
At least 11 people have been hospitalized from eating poison mushrooms this year, and state health officials issued reminders today to mushroom lovers to watch out for fungi ...