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Third vaping-related death reported in Michigan


Northwoods Family Chiropractor gives tips to prevent snow shoveling injuries


Researchers identify new strain of HIV


FDA wants stronger warning on breast implants about risks


Research finds lack of sleep leads to junk food cravings


CDC: Most pregnant women not getting vaccinated


Northwoods Family Chiropractic offers health benefits to community members


Saturday is World Alzheimer’s Day


Americans love snacks. What does that mean for their health?


Suicide on the farm: How one man is trying to save lives


Daytime sleepiness could be sign of Alzheimer’s disease, study says


Health officials: Pertussis circulating in Upper Michigan, check your immunization status


New study shows vaping linked to marijuana use in young people


Family in Kingsford brings awareness to Spinal Muscular Atrophy


How to provide early heart attack care


The work of an oncology social worker


PEOPLE Magazine: Alex Trebek's doctors say he is 'near remission'


How to protect yourself from skin cancer


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Suspect arrested in viral attack on Asian man collecting recyclables

The attack on the 68-year-old man was recorded, shared on social media and sparked outrage in the community.

Body, casket recovered after stolen hearse crashes in L.A. chase

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department thanked the person who called in the sighting of the stolen hearse.

Fox News' Britt McHenry says she has brain tumor

McHenry tweeted that she has a brain tumor and that surgery is imminent. "Thank you for continued support and understanding at this time," she said.

Victims, shooter in Molson Coors attack identified by Milwaukee police

Police identified the five employees who were killed and the co-worker who opened fire at the campus known locally as Miller Valley.

After mystery coronavirus case, health officials go into detective mode

The UC Davis patient is not believed to have had exposure through travel or a known infected individual — so health officials have to find the "invisible line of transmission," one expert said.