With Winter right around the corner, it's important to get your car prepared for the extreme weather conditions in Michigan.
If you're going to live in Michigan, there are two things you should immediately learn: how to drive in snowy and icy weather conditions, and that you might have an encounter with a deer--at least that's according to Sgt. Richard Hale of the Michigan State Police.
A new Michigan law should help keep badly intoxicated drivers off of the roadways--a vital step that is necessary to ensure the safety of other drivers and pedestrians.
Researchers at the University of Michigan report that doctors rarely give their patients all the information they require to make informed medical decisions. Sometimes, when making a decision over a difficult diagnosis, the questions patients should be allowed to ask (and expect to receive complete information) are as simple as "what are my options?" However, the researchers at the Institute for Social Research found that patients hear far more from doctors about the pros than cons of medications, tests and surgeries.
Two men who were severely burned in an explosion in 2003 were awarded more than $12 million by a jury in Pennsylvania. A two week trial brought closure to the 7-year ordeal that changed the lives of Rudolph Paci and James Sutch. Both men were seriously burned when molten metal exploded, spouted and poured onto them from an Inductothermal furnace while they were working Sept. 2, 2003, at Ametek Specialty Metal Products.
After reading the tragic story of two homeless men who died in a fire on Saturday, I was reminded of the importance of getting furnaces ready for winter as well as space heater safety.
A new controversial drink is getting the attention of some Attorneys General. According to reports, the drink is sweet, fruity, and comes in a rainbow-colored cans, but it's anything but cute and innocent.
Drugs used in hormone treatment for prostate cancer will require warning labels that indicate the drugs increase your risk for developing diabetes or heart problems, including sudden death, says the Food and Drug Administration.