Daily Archives: September 18, 2019

How To Get Stuck In America, And Make The Best Of It! – Detroit News Watch

Detroit, MI (Detroit News Watch)  – In 1981, a vacationer from Poland found himself stranded in America after the boarders of his country suddenly closed. (Credit: Paul Pytlowany/ Detroit News Watch) “I came to America on October 15th, 1981, for what was supposed to be a celebration of graduating from medical school,” explains Dr. Stan Golec. “In the middle of ...

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Lions Add Perkins, Driskel After Cutting Anderson, Johnson – Detroit News Watch

The Detroit Lions have released running back C.J. Anderson, quickly cutting ties with a player who helped the Los Angeles Rams reach the Super Bowl. Detroit made the relatively surprising move Tuesday night after adding running back Paul Perkins off waivers from the New York Giants. FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS – AUGUST 29: Paul Perkins #28 of the New York Giants runs ...

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Most Young Children Shouldn’t Drink Plant-Based Milk, New Health Guidelines Say – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Most children under the age of 5 should avoid plant-based milk, according to new health guidelines about what young children should drink. Plant-based milk made from rice, coconut, oats or other blends — with the exception of fortified soy milk — lack key nutrition for early development, according to guidelines released on Wednesday by leading health organizations. They should ...

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Regular Aerobic Exercise May Slow Progression To Alzheimer’s For Those Most At Risk – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — A half hour of aerobic exercise four to five times a week may prevent or slow cognitive decline in older adults who are at a high risk of developing Alzheimer’s, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. “This is the first randomized and controlled trial … to assess effects of exercise on brain ...

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What’s behind the latest revival in metro Detroit?

Maybe it’s the cold, dark winters. Maybe it’s the cloud cover and the broad expanse of land that makes flatlanders crave palm trees, balmy breezes, and gaudy flowers in riotous colors. In Rust Belt cities like Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Detroit, a peculiar love of tiki sprang up years ago and never quite went away. Detroit’s tiki history has seen a ...

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For new moms, mood disorders are more common than you think – but here’s how we can help

This article is part of State of Health, a series examining integrated care and its potential to improve Michiganders’ health. It is made possible with funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.   Friends and family never would have suspected that Mel Trombley was suffering from a postpartum mood disorder.   Upbeat, laid-back, and successful, Trombley had a reputation for ...

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