Health in Dearborn, MI

While our entertainment factor is on the rise, how does continued immersion in the digital world affect our vision? Does it real

According to the American Optometric Association, the longer your eyes are exposed to solar radiation, the greater the risk of d

One bad trampoline fall could land your child in the emergency room this summer, says a Children’s Hospital of Michigan pediatric orthopedic surgeon. Here’s what every parent should know about trampoline risks.

With overcrowded homes and unconventional heating, Alaskan Red Cross volunteers face very different threats than their counterparts in the Lower 48 when it comes to our Home Fire Campaign (HFC). ...

Best Children's Hospital Rankings - CHM, ranked among the best in the country in 4 pediatric specialties 2016-17,. more

By Keith Rhodes, American Red Cross North Texas Region CEO Every father wants to do the best he can for his children, and we often wonder if our efforts are good ...

More than 50 kids attended the Children’s Hospital of Michigan annual Princess and Superhero party in Dearborn Sunday.

Complete regressions of cancerous tumors were observed in a mouse model when both radiation and immuno-based therapies were administered together, reported a Wayne State University School of Medicine cancer researcher
“Radiation and cancer vaccine synergized to induce a robust immune response against the tumor, which was mediated by immune T cells capable to recognize and destroy subsequent injections of the same tumor cells,” said study principal…

Governor Greg Abbott today attended and delivered remarks at the grand opening of the new McKesson Corporation campus in Irving, Texas.

I was very impressed with the new, super-trendy colors and the variety of formulas available in L’Oréal lip color – ALL UNDER $10!

Craig Reickert, M.D., division head of Colon and Rectal Surgery, Henry Ford Cancer Institute, discusses colon cancer, prevention and screening.

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute and the Wayne State University School of Medicine will launch the nation’s largest study of African-American cancer survivors to better understand disproportionately high incidence and mortality rates from cancer and its impact on this specific patient population
The study is being funded with a five-year, $9 million grant from the National Cancer Institute. Karmanos Cancer Institute Deputy Center Director and…

(Class of 2018 medical student Nathan Wood will lead Culinary Nutrition: A Practical Course)
A new optional course debuting next month at the Wayne State University School of Medicine has some medical students trading in their scalpels for kitchen knives
First-year students taking the required Clinical Nutrition course at the school may also enroll in Culinary Nutrition: A Practical Course, designed by third-year medical student Nathan…

"There's so much to life and it’s so short and so fragile. I could have potentially lost him."

Monday, August 15, 2016
Beaumont Health is again reaching out to promote safety in the community
Beaumont Hospital, Dearborn is the latest Beaumont Health location to host a community safety day. These events help educate residents about how to stay safe in their homes, on their bikes or in their cars. The idea grew from recent successful events held at hospitals in Trenton and Wayne.
The event will take place at the Beaumont Physical Therapy & Wellness Center from 10 a.m. to 2…

Know when to take your child to see an eye doctor
Prevent Blindness recommends a continuum of eye care for children that can include both vision screening and comprehensive eye exams. All children, even those with no signs of trouble, should have their eyes checked at regular intervals. Any child who experiences vision problems or shows symptoms of eye trouble should receive a comprehensive eye exam…