We talk with two grief experts on how to best get through the holidays when we're feeling sad after the death of a loved one, our coworker Jessica Starr.
It is very rare when someone becomes a match for donating bone marrow. Which is why when a Wayne State student athlete got the call he was one after joining the Be The Match registry, he couldn't pass it up.
Many trees live to be thousands of years old — could their DNA hold the secret to slowing the human aging process?
A new kind of gym training is eclipsing the workout schedule so many of us live by. Established in Farmington Hills, the mental health gym called Inception has opened, and is designed to help rest and relaxation.
BPA, a chemical found in many consumer products ranging from plastic bottles to thermal receipts, is likely present in humans in significantly higher levels than previously thought.
Predicting the exact moment when someone with epilepsy will have a seizure is almost impossible. But that could all change with a new device being made in Utah.
An official from the Food and Drug Administration issued a statement announcing that impurities were found in a diabetes drug outside of the United States.
Hundreds of WSU medical students came together with patients, doctors and plant-based advocates for a day of learning not in a lab, but in real life.
A British lesbian couple has become the first in the world to carry a baby in both their wombs.
Women who use permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners could have a higher risk of developing breast cancer, scientists at the National Institutes of Health found in a study published Wednesday.
Want to know the best ways to raise a child to be a giving person later on? Lead by example and start with the little things. Holding a door open or picking up someone's pencil is a good place to start. Even explaining the importance of sharing can help.
It was at John Glenn High School where he earned the nickname "Devyn Strong" raising money for cancer only to battle the disease himself.
A week before Thanksgiving, Robert Davis and his kids have lost the family's mom to a battle with cancer that extends back to the summer. Already struggling with finding a permanent place to live and consistent work, Kristine Davis finally succumbed to her cancer. Her family is now preparing a memorial service for her.
More Americans are surviving long cancer as the survival rate has increased over the last decade, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.
"It is hard to articulate, it's indescribable, I've had to basically re-find who I am," said Sonya Overall.
Michigan health officials have reported a second vaping-related lung injury death this year.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
A 3-year-old who was saved as a baby with a heart transplant and his family are getting ready for their first trip together - to Disney World - courtesy of Jay's Juniors.
Many Americans are dreaming about full plates and second helpings as Thanksgiving draws ever nearer, but one in three Americans is worried about getting food poisoning from someone else’s poor kitchen hygiene, according to a survey from the Water Quality and Health Council.
The amount of time that children are spending each day watching television or using a computer or mobile device is increasing alarmingly, according to an analysis by researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the University at Albany and the New York University Langone Medical Center.