The saying is that “familiarity breeds contempt”, but people who work with vulnerable populations say familiarity can lead to reassurance.
Experts say often nursing home residents prefer working with the same staff members consistently, and a conference Thursday in Mt Pleasant discussed a move to improve staffing consistency. Read more→
It could soon be illegal to sell electronic cigarettes to children in Michigan. The state Senate unanimously passed legislation Thursday meant to keep the smokeless devices out of the hands of minors. Read more→
The long-term health impacts from operations at the former Michigan Chemical-Velsicol plant in St. Louis are again the focus of a partnership looking into those issues between the Pine River Citizens Task Force and Atlanta’s Emory University… Read more→