A heroin epidemic is being reported in at least three metro Detroit counties.
A federal appeals court is permitting girls of any age to buy generic versions of emergency contraception without prescriptions while the federal government appeals a judge's ruling allowing the sales.
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If you've ever wondered whether that scratchy throat is a sign of a cold coming on or just allergies, doctors at Cleveland Clinic have a few ways that may help you figure it out.
Charlie Sanders had no trouble getting Lions players to support his charity golf outing. Ndamukong Suh said yes as soon as he was asked, out of respect for Sanders -- but also because the day's cause struck a chord with him.
Actor Michael Douglas taught the world at least one thing Monday: oral sex can sometimes cause cancer.
Alcoholic beverages soon could have nutritional labels like those on food packaging, but only if the producers want to put them there.
Police and doctors are sending out warning. There appears to be a killer mix of heroin on the streets right now.
Consumer Reports tests FreshPaper, which claims to keep produce fresh two to four times longer.
Looking to quit smoking? This might be the time to do is as the Genesee County Health Department says World No Tobacco Day kicks off on May 31.
Obese mothers tend to have kids who become obese. Now provocative research suggests weight-loss surgery may help break that unhealthy cycle in an unexpected way -- by affecting how their children's genes behave.
Researchers studied nearly 500 sets of twin toddlers and found genes may play a role in sleeping habits, especially at night.