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Substance use disorders are a disease. So why aren't they treated like one? The Oakland Community Health Network explores the misconceptions and what you can do to help.
Does Fido have a little too much bite in his bark? It may be time to treat him to a bit of professional help. Animal Learning Systems, a Grosse Pointe Farms-based animal behavior organization, which has clients in nine states across the U.S., takes the fads and folktales out of...
Do you suspect your child needs to have his tonsils removed? A Children's Hospital of Michigan expert offers advice for parents on when to get this surgery and why it's necessary.
Metro Parent's editor-in-chief thinks parents should take kids to concerts that aren't necessarily targeted to them. Find out why.
Do your kids love music? Introduce them to three music spots from Detroit to Cleveland to California.
Ann Arbor yoga teacher Art Schupbach talks about his new children's book about divorce and offers tips for families on how to cope with this change.
Find out what the research really says and why this mental health myth is so harmful.
To celebrate its big anniversary, this Michigan prepaid college tuition plan is giving you and your children the real gift – of higher education.
This venue-on-wheels offers several different game options for gamers of all ages. Learn more about it here.
Paper, crayons, glue and more – get creative with Boho Mini's series of art-focused activities for youth in Detroit.
DMC Medical Group physicians explain how to identify a rash and when you should be concerned.
Peek at these stats, facts and food for thought in honor of the month of May.