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Hometown juice chain DROUGHT bottles up fruits and veggies for busy families.
Old-school dance moves mixed with cool themes make for an awesome and safe spot for teenagers and young 20-somethings to hang out.
Kids who are deaf or hard of hearing, vision impaired, have sensory and mobility difficulties can find science fun at the center select weeks in fall 2015.
After losing their daughter Emily to meningitis, parents Alicia and Michael Stillman created The Emily Stillman Foundation to spread awareness.
The Detroit Lions and Saint Joseph Mercy Health System help you ditch fried foods for healthier menu items as part of the Healthy Choice program.
Hockey can be an expensive sport. The East Side Hockey Foundation is making it more affordable for kids who are interested in trying and playing this sport.
It's not just a phase. A new study links selective eating with psychological disorders such as depression, anxiety and ADHD.
When I was in junior high school, I had a classmate named Andy Sosnowski. He was a "long hair" who listened to Metallica and wore mostly black. But he also played sports (I think his game was softball), so he crossed cliques. Because he was smart, teachers liked him...