Health in Rochester Hills, MI

Bad decision-making is a trait oftentimes associated with drug addicts, but what about people who excessively use social media? New MSU research shows a connection between social media use and impaired risky decision-making, which is commonly deficient in substance addiction.

This holiday season, Spartans are sharing messages of hope and inspiration with each other and the world.

Officials from McLaren Health Care and Michigan State University held a ceremonial groundbreaking at University Corporate Research Park, the next step in building a new $450 million health care campus adjacent to the university in South Lansing.

In recognition of February being National Children’s Dental Health Month, our hygienist Brenda did a presentation at Baldwin Elementary School for 27 Kindergartners. She talked about the importance of going to the dentist regularly, making healthy food choices, as well as information about plaque and decay. In addition, she gave an explanation and demonstration on how to brush and floss their teeth properly. Brenda and the students all had a great time!

Rochester, MI dentists, Drs. John Aurelia and Dina Khoury, provide patients with dental care solutions, including general, cosmetic, and restorative choices. Contact their practice for an appointment to discuss your options at (248) 243-6044 .

Visit John L. Aurelia, DDS, PLLC in Rochester Hills, MI 48307 for the best in comprehensive Dental Care Services. Call (248) 651-6810 for appointments & details.

A viral image on Facebook purported to show Whoopi Goldberg wearing a shirt with a cartoon of President Donald Trump firing a gun at himself, but the image was manipulated. The picture gained traction after it was retweeted by Roseanne Barr, the television star fired by ABC following a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett.

Learn about how diet can affect our mental health. Find out more about nutrition, food consumption and what you should eat.

The Eid family will once again serve their Lebanese fare within Detroit city limits at Leila, a new restaurant in Capitol Park.

March is a notoriously fickle month for weather, but one thing that always comes, rain or shine, is the first day of spring — even if it doesn’t feel like it. Despite three back-to-back-to-back Nor’easters just weeks ago, the first day of spring — which falls on Tuesday, March 20 this year — is officially here. The first day of spring is called the vernal equinox (sometimes also referred to as the spring equinox or March equinox) and it is almost always either…

NHLBI Sickle Cell Resources
September is National Sickle Cell Awareness Month. First officially recognized by the federal government in 1983, National Sickle Cell Awareness Month calls attention to sickle cell disease (SCD), a genetic disease that researchers estimate affects between 90,000 and 100,000 Americans
Below you can access information on sickle cell disease, including details about ongoing clinical trials, recent research findings, and treatment options
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What are the most important factors when it comes to raising happy kids? Here's what scientists know that you should, too.