Health

Healthy food remains scarce in Detroit despite the opening of two new grocery stores in as many years, according to a report released Thursday on food access in the state. About 1.8 million Michiganians, including 300,000 children, live in areas with limited access to healthy food, according the Healthy Food Access Campaign Report, which found that many of Michigan’s rural and urban areas lack of enough grocery stores, farmers markets and other fresh food sources. (Detroit News)

One case of measles has been reported in Michigan, but others have been found in suburban Chicago

95% rate for students at public and private schools

Nati Hamik, The Associated Press

A symposium Friday and Saturday at Kalamazoo College examines the reaction and lessons learned from the recent Ebola outbreak.

Getting the shot can still mean the difference between a mild and severe case of the flu

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