Michigan is one of six states selected to participate in a program aimed at reducing prescription drug abuse throughout the US. Read more
One Michigan project aims to connect seniors to fresh products at local farmers markets.
Michigan Trail-goers now have a new resource for accessing trail information in northern Michigan.
Fifty organizations collaborated to create an interactive website called “Up North Trails.” Read more
Some Michigan Health Centers could be forced to close if the federal grants funding them are not renewed.
A specially trained detection dog is headed for northwest Michigan in early August. This dog though doesn’t search for drugs or weapons, it’s a sewage sniffer. Read more
The state’s top health official says Michigan could be more transparent about how many people get infections while at hospitals.
Saginaw county will ask residents next month to approve a millage increase to fight mosquitoes.
Officials say the treated wastewater was released from two treatment plants, into the Saginaw and Tittabawassee rivers, this weekend. They say the discharged wastewater is not a health risk to residents and was a result of heavy rains in a short period of time. Read more
A tobacco-free policy was adopted at the Charlevoix city council meeting on July 7th. It impacts all city parks and beaches.
CMU’s College of Medicine has been busy making sure that it’s second class of medical students begins work this fall with a full roster. Read more