There's now CDC data that points to a substantial increase in emergency department visits because of suicide attempts among adolescents during 2020 - but Nancy points to an unexpected stat, fewer deaths.
Its a tough but necessary conversation. The pandemic's impact on the suicide risk is concerning, according to new data. But we also are learning what we can do better.
It's a complex part of the human body that incorporates so many parts - the immune system. So as we make our way through Covid, as well as cold and flu season. How can we help our immune system do its job?
If Covid wasn't enough to worry about, the cold and flu season is at its peak right now. Here's what we can do to protect ourselves.
So tip one, start simple! Be realistic and set small goals you can keep. resolutions are intimidating when we start too big.
One of the best ways to get started, is setting a 10 minute goal of walking outside.
Shoveling snow - especially the wet kind that weighs a ton - is not like normal daily activities. It puts the heart to work and can be stressful to those who don't do regular physical activity. Here's what to know if inches of snow need shoveling off the sidewalk.
Thomas Groves II from St. Clair is the first person in Michigan to receive surgically targeted radiation therapy called GammaTile Therapy. Groves said he hopes this can lead to a medical breakthrough ultimately helping many.
Giving can feel good, but according to some studies, it can also be beneficial to one's health. Improved gratitude, stronger self-esteem, and greater happiness are all attributes of charitable giving. Learn more on how you can donate here: fox2detroit.com/givingguide
The CDC turned its attention to the University of Michigan campus because in the past month there have been more than 760 cases of the flu reported.
The U-M cases have been identified as the h3n2 strain of influenza. That’s important, and concerning because we tend to see more hospitalizations and deaths in years where that strain of flu is the dominant one.
Sometimes the period between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve can cause a lot of stress.
While the holidays are often a joyous time for many, they can also be incredibly stressful.
A low dose CT scan can detect lung cancer early, increasing your chances of surviving the deadly cancer.
A CT scan is the only recommended way to detect early signs of lung cancer.
Dr. Lucas from Henry Ford Health, says there are ways to cut back on the calories and still enjoy the feast. You can also make healthy adjustments while cooking in the kitchen.
The average American consumes about 3,000 calories in a single Thanksgiving meal.
Losing weight, eating healthy, and exercising are all steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing type two diabetes.
Your risk for type two diabetes can be managed. Recognizing the link between weight and the disease is important as we head into the holiday season.
Two men raised thousands of dollars to help support the research of a rare neurological movement disorder.