"The work level has increased," she said. "It’s very stressful. And then you go home and you feel like he just didn’t do enough anymore. It is very taxing."
A French study reported the canines are highly effective in detecting COVID-19 in human perspiration.
A team of doctors at Henry Ford Health System have saved dozens of lives over the past 15 years and are now working to pass the knowledge to other health systems.
The Supreme Court appeared likely to leave the bulk of the Affordable Care Act in place, following opening arguments made at the high court over the law's constitutionality.
Michigan hospitals missed out on hundreds of thousands in federal aid after $175 billion approved by Congress didn't consider COVID-19 hot spots when it was divided up.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., introduced a bill on Tuesday that would forgive all federal and private student loan debt for front line healthcare workers risking their lives to fight the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
A federal judge has invalidated Michigan's requirement for Medicaid recipients to find work to continue receiving health insurance.
From fixing the roads to healthcare, taking a look at what Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to talk about in her State of the State address.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an ovarian cancer drug for the maintenance and treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to AstraZeneca and Merck.
Some deadly diseases that seemed headed for eradication in recent decades have been making a scary comeback in the past 10 years.
It's a story that has garnered national attention, after a Valley-based facility took back an offer to take in a teen who has been declared brain dead. FOX 10's Matt Galka has more on the facility's rationale behind their decision to rescind the offer.