Monthly Archives: September 2019

Michigan Postpones Spraying Against Deadly Mosquito Virus – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (Detroit News Watch/ AP) — Michigan health officials have delayed aerial spraying to combat a rare mosquito-borne virus. The delay is due to weekend rainfall and depending on weather officials said there are plans to begin spraying for the mosquito-borne virus Monday night. The spraying was set to begin Sunday to fight the eastern equine encephalitis virus. EEE ...

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Spartans Win Seesaw Affair Against Tough Indiana Squad 40-31 – Detroit News Watch

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — On a rare day when Michigan State’s defense was struggling, Brian Lewerke and Darrell Stewart helped the Spartans prevail. Lewerke threw two touchdown passes to Stewart, and those two connected again for a big gain on Michigan State’s final drive, which ended when Matt Coghlin made a tie-breaking 21-yard field goal with 5 seconds remaining. ...

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Elliot Wins Crazy Race At The Roval – Detroit News Watch

Alex Bowman had just advanced to the second round of NASCAR’s playoffs, climbed from his car and slumped to the ground, dehydrated and overcome by the heat. As he was receiving medical attention, Bubba Wallace approached him and angrily splashed liquid in Bowman’s face. CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – SEPTEMBER 29: Alex Bowman, driver of the #88 Nationwide Retirement Plans Chevrolet, ...

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Hungry Howie’s To Provide Free Mammograms, Pizza To Detroit Women – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – In celebration of Hungry Howie’s 10-year Love, Hope & Pizza campaign, the flavored crust pizza company has partnered with Henry Ford Health System to provide uninsured Detroit women with complimentary mammograms. Love, Hope & Pizza dedicated to raising funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer. A mammogram is important for early detection, and can ...

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Air Pollution Is Linked To Anxiety, Suicidal Thoughts In Children – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Air pollution may be associated with increased mental health disorders like anxiety and depression in children, a study has found. The study, published Wednesday in the Environmental Health Perspectives journal, found that short-term exposure to high ambient air pollution corresponded with a rise in visits to the children’s psychiatric emergency department. Carried out over five years, the study ...

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Fish Are In Trouble With The Climate Crisis – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Since the 1970s, the climate crisis has made our oceans warmer and more acidic, reducing the number of fish we rely on for our food and putting the future of fish in peril, according to a major UN report out Wednesday. Rising temperatures mean oceans will have less oxygen, and this, along with more heatwaves and increased acidification, will make fish ...

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