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Hormones? Antibiotics? Udder Nonsense.

Michigan dairy farmers want your kids to stay just as healthy as their cows, which is why they keep your milk free of antibiotics and added hormones.

Teacher Spotlight: Danielle N. Brown, Davison Elementary-Middle School

Read on to find out more about this Detroit teacher.

7 Ways to Know You’re Ready to Move

Has your family outgrown your current home? Here, Mark Boettcher, owner of Lawyers Realty, offers insight on when it's time to relocate and what steps you should take when you decide to sell your current house.

Encouraging Kids With Autism to Try New Foods

The network director of Autism Home Support Services' Michigan locations dishes on how tasting sessions during ABA therapy can encourage even the pickiest eaters try new foods.

Signs Of Suicide Every Parent Should Know

Local psychologist shares warning signs, risk factors and advice for parents.

5 Hidden Summer Risks for Kids

A Children's Hospital of Michigan physician explains why emergency department visits surge this time of year.

The Downfalls of a Dairy-Free Diet

Parents across the country are opting to ditch the dairy in their children's diets. But what kind of impact does that have on overall health?

Why is ABA the Gold Standard in Autism Treatment?

Kerry Peterson, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCBA, from Kaufman Children's Center weighs in on this topic.

Disclosing a Mental Illness: Who Should You Tell?

When to tell others if you or your child has a mental health condition can be a difficult decision. A local expert weighs in.

The Right Food for Your Smile

What kids eat can affect all areas of their health, including their teeth. Consider these nutritious snack ideas.

3 Common Infant Sleep Mistakes Parents Make

Experts from the Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation's Kohl's SAFE 4 Kids Program caution parents on the perils of some popular sleeping habits for babies.

Teacher Spotlight: Stephanie Nafso, Scotch Elementary School

Read on to find out more about this West Bloomfield teacher.