DETROIT — A barbershop that refused to remain closed in compliance with Michigan's coronavirus restrictions poses an "imminent threat" to public health, the state's chief medical officer testified Wednesday.
The Center for Physical Rehabilitation and Therapy LP announced plans to open its newest clinic Monday.
A West Michigan technology manufacturer is launching a new line of UV-C treatment lights for disinfecting emergency service vehicles.
DETROIT — A Detroit-area hospital network has less than 100 COVID-19 patients for the first time in more than two months.
Packaging Compliance Labs is expanding its current operations in Kentwood.
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday further relaxed stay-at-home restrictions, saying a ban on nonessential health procedures would be lifted next week and that groups of up to 10 people can gather immediately ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.
Spectrum Health is now offering COVID-19 antibody testing to the general public.
Holland-based Big Lake Brewing released Healthcare Heroes, a beer brewed in tribute to those working in the medical field during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump threatened Wednesday to hold up coronavirus relief money for Michigan after he said — erroneously — the state had sent absentee ballots to millions of voters. It's not clear that he can do so.
A study led by Van Andel Institute’s Dr. Russell Jones recently identified a new biomarker that could help scientists pinpoint which cancers are vulnerable to treatment with biguanides.
The staffing division of a local human resources firm is providing screenings for COVID-19 in the workplace.
DETROIT — Summer school remains up in the air for kindergarten through 12th graders across Michigan, but some districts are making tentative plans for sessions that take into account protections against the COVID-19 virus.
Priority Health announced plans to provide financial support to members and employers facing challenges amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A collaboration of leaders from Kent County, Meijer, Michigan State University and the city of Grand Rapids developed a plan to stage and capture employee health check screening information at hundreds of sites across the county.
Touring college campuses and attending open houses usually are among the deciding factors in where students will choose to continue their educational journey.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Wearing a face mask all day can be a pain in the ears.
Michigan is expected to experience a spike in mental health issues even after COVID-19 dies down.
Knowing life won’t just resume “business as usual” after the economy reopens, a local furniture dealer is working to help companies shift their floor plans and/or provide remote workers with home office furnishings.
Calvin University is partnering with Helix Diagnostics in planning for in-person classes this fall.
Spectrum Health is offering guidance to southwest and West Michigan businesses as they adapt to operating in a new environment with the COVID-19 pandemic.