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Federal Emergency Period Almost Over For Flint

The expiration date of the federal emergency declaration over the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint is quickly approaching. State and federal officials are reassuring city residents that there is a continued effort to make sure residents have clean drinking water. EPA Acting Regional Administrator Bob Kaplan.. After August 14th, the …

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Injuries From Trampoline Parks Jump

The number of trampoline parks have increased in recent years, and so have park-related injuries in children according to a new study. In just four years, trips to the emergency room due to trampoline park injuries jumped from just under 600 to almost 7,000. Researcher Kathryn Kasmire. Sprains and dislocations …

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The Benefits Of Drinking Coffee

Many of us can’t function without our morning cup of Joe, but for some drinking coffee makes them feel sick. It may be because of your metabolism. Wellness expert Dr. Michael Roizen. In some, coffee can decrease your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease and type-2 diabetes.

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Tornados Becoming More Frequent In U.P.

Michigan weather has been less severe than in previous years, unless you’re from the U.P. M-Live Chief Meteorologist Mark TorreGrossa says out of the five tornadoes in the state, three have been in the Upper Peninsula. TorreGrossa also says the state’s total severe weather reports for this year are 195. …

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Lack Of Sleep Could Increase Stroke Risk

According to the CDC more than 60 million U.S. adults have a sleep disorder. Sleep problems have been linked to car crashes and accidents on the job. Now not getting enough shut eye could increase your risk of stroke. Health reporter Dr. Deanna Lites has more.

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Schuette Warns Of Emails From “The Office of the Attorney General”

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has released a new consumer alert after several Michigan businesses reported receiving a suspicious email from “The Office of The Attorney General.” This link, when clicked, installs malware which steals confidential information from individual computers. The Department of Attorney General says if you receive the …

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Group Touts Benefits of Immigration Reform

A new report from the Michigan Office for New Americans says 60-thousand immigrants have moved into the state between 2010 and 2014. The ten percent increase is higher than the national average of nearly six percent. The Associated Press says the influx of immigrants helped to mitigate the state’s broader …

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