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Do Old Toys Pose A Health Risk?

Whether it’s a well-worn teething toy or a favorite bath time ducky, if you’re a parent, you know a baby’s toys get wet, which means the possibility for mold. So, are your baby’s toys a health concern? Health reporter Dr. Deanna Lites has more.

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Watch Out For Road Workers

We’re entering into construction season in Michigan and MDOT wants to remind you to drive safely in construction zones. MDOT’s John Richard says 95-percent of those crashes were due to driver error. He says distracted driving and speeding are often causes. If you injure or kill a worker in a …

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Prevent More Deaths From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

How can you prevent carbon monoxide poisoning in your home or business? Some might be wondering that after a 13-year-old boy died from carbon monoxide poisoning over the weekend at a hotel when a leak occurred. Several others were injured at the Quality Inn & Suites in Niles, MI. The …

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Police Crackdown On Distracted Driving

Law enforcement agencies across the state say they plan to step up their patrols as part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month. According to the Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center, there were 7,516 crashes in Michigan during 2015 involving distracted driving, resulting in 28 fatalities. Cell phones were involved …

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Senators Stabenow & Peters Call Fro Dredge Funding

U-S Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters are asking the Office of Management and Budget to include the dredging of recreational and commercial harbors in their 2018 budget. The lawmakers say the harbors are critical to commercial and recreational navigation, public safety and the economies of our communities. The U.S. …

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Detroit Tigers Get Ready With Food & Promotions

From Yoopers to Yamulkas, the Detroit Tigers are pulling out all the stops this year to draw in fans. Sandra McNeill reports. TIGERS PROMOTIONS NAT The Detroit Tigers Opening Day is just a few days away and the Chef at Comerica Park is rolling out his new menu items for …

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Insomnia Can Lead To Further Health Problems

If you have trouble falling or staying asleep you’re not alone. Insomnia affects about 65-million adults in this country. But you might want to seek help for your insomnia. A new European study finds it can put you at risk for heart attack and stroke. Health reporter Dr. Deanna Lites …

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