Health in Dearborn, MI

The panda float will be part of a fleet of 26 floats in the parade this year
The 92nd America's Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van starts at 8:50 a.m. Nov. 22
Children's Hospital of Michigan unveiled Wednesday its new float, which will debut at the Thanksgiving parade Nov. 22
An 8-foot panda will roll through downtown Detroit on the new Children's Hospital of Michigan float…

Researchers created a new smart drainage device to help patients with glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness in the world, as they try to save their eyesight.

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The Children's Hospital of Michigan float arrives for its unveiling Wednesday morning, Nov. 14, 2018. Designed by artists at The Parade Company, the float will be part of America's Thanksgiving Parade
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Colton Fisher, 10, of Port Huron snacks on popcorn with his physical therapist, Laurie Pryor, before the…

"All Children Deserve the Best" float will replace the wood-sided wagon that has represented the hospital for years in America's Thanksgiving Parade

A Henry Ford obstetrician/gynecologist explains exactly why women suffer from hot flashes surrounding menopause — and what they can do to cool down.

When eating for two (or more), it’s where the calories come from that matters most. Extra baby-building calories need to come from a well-balanced diet that is high in protein, low in sugar and refined carbs, loaded with fiber, and rich in the right kind of fat—omega-3 polyunsaturated fat. You ...

Many people may be surprised to learn how many diseases and conditions we think of women's health issues (for pretty obvious reasons) can also affect men. A Henry Ford internal medicine physician and men's health expert offers a few examples and advice for how to recognize symptoms when they happen.

When busy fall activities get underway, healthy meals can be hard to make a priority. Here are 7 kid-friendly meal prep tips to get you through the week.

By Dana Afana | dafana@mlive.com | Posted October 18, 2018 at 01:49 PM | Updated October 18, 2018 at 03:27 PM
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A visit to the chiropractor took a sharp — and unexpected — twist when a 59-year-old woman developed vision problems after her treatment, according to a new report of the woman's case.