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Reggie O’Bryant, fitness director of Franklin Athletic Club, offers advice on choosing a workout that will help you get fit and stay motivated.
What is it like to raise a family in the city? One local mom shares the pros and cons – and why it's so worth it in the end.
Dr. Jeffrey Taub and his niece Dr. Elana Ackerman had cancer as kids. Today, they're back at Children's Hospital of Michigan to care for kids with cancer.
Learn how service dogs of all kinds help those with special needs, health issues and disabilities – and provide important companionship.
Local moms who've turned to blogging or social media to share the stories of their chronic or terminally ill children share the benefits – and pitfalls – of this modern form of therapy.
This new spot within The Children's Center in Detroit, thanks to the HollyRod Foundation, is a haven for kids with autism and their families.
The local nonprofit for families of kids provides support, events and programing for everyone, from new and expecting parents to adults with Down syndrome.
Beth Meeker, lactation consultant at Beaumont, offers advice for moms on how to ease their baby – and themselves – into ending breastfeeding.
Mesh tube toys, an inspiring mini movie and local boy's greeting gadget round out a trio of cool special needs-related finds.
From the top of the CN Tower to strolling under polar bears, this big city is a blast.
Help your adolescent master hygiene in an area that often gets short shrift with these helpful tips from a local podiatrist.