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Church Creates Awareness for Ovarian Cancer

Church Creates Awareness for Ovarian Cancer

The color of teal will be displayed across the community to create awareness for ovarian cancer and highlight importance of fighting with the disease.

Mid-Michigan Susan Komen Race a Success despite Rain

Mid-Michigan Susan Komen Race a Success despite Rain

The 11th annual mid-Michigan Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was held Sunday afternoon. Even amid the wet weather, partakers were seen determined to achieve the goal.

Eaton Rapids' Sally Backofen and 5,000 other people had partaken in the event. It saw the Capitol lawn flooded with headbands, shirts, ribbons and pink tutus more than the heavy rain could cover the same.

Cold Medicines not safe for Children

Cold Medicines not safe for Children

Two of five parents have been found to be giving cold medicines to their children under age 4, revealed a research carried out by University of Michigan C. S. Mott Children's Hospital.

Missing Cat Returned To Owners after a Year Long Time

Missing Cat Returned To Owners after a Year Long Time

Sources informed about the returning of a lost cat to its family after a time period of a year and more. One of the family members, Jesse White, was surprised to receive a call about their long lost cat. He receives the call on April 9 from the West Michigan Spay and Neuter Clinic in Fruitport. The caller suggested that they have found their cat named Cory.

Researchers Link Monkey Chatter to Human Speech

Researchers Link Monkey Chatter to Human Speech

Humans and monkeys have always been linked to each other in different aspects. But, it is for the first time that a team of researchers has tried and found the touted missing link.

The researchers from the University of Michigan claim that they probably have been successful in finding the connection between monkey chatter and human speech.

April 27 and 28 Should Be Reserved For Dearborn Relay for Life Event: A Fight Against Cancer

April 27 and 28 Should Be Reserved For Dearborn Relay for Life Event: A Fight Ag

On April 27, the fundraiser event for the American Cancer Society will be held at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. So, if you too are a victim of cancer, you should come over to contribute in safeguarding other cancer-affected people's lives.

Researchers Find Green Tea Beneficial in Alzheimer’s

Researchers Find Green Tea Beneficial in Alzheimer’s

According to a recent research by the University of Michigan, green tea may help in controlling the most common form of dementia i. e. Alzheimer's.

Bariatric Surgery Outcomes Improve

Bariatric Surgery Outcomes Improve

According to reports, bariatric surgery outcomes have improved from past few years while a significant decrease has been noted in complications emerging from these surgeries.

"Breakfast for Better Days" by Kellogg’s

"Breakfast for Better Days" by Kellogg’s

In an era that faces food insecurity and poverty as major issues, multinational food manufacturing company, Kellogg's has pledged to provide one half-a-billion servings of breakfast to children and families in need.

The Michigan-based company plans to start a program in this direction and the aim has been encased in the title "Breakfast for Better Days".

Racial Discrimination - Lawsuit against Hospital Staff Settled

Racial Discrimination - Lawsuit against Hospital Staff Settled

As per reports, a nurse recently filed a lawsuit against the staff of hospital where she was working from 25 years, accusing them of racial discrimination, in January.

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