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Telltale Clues That Your Child Is Depressed

Telltale Clues That Your Child Is Depressed

Know what to look for if you suspect your child or teen may be depressed.

Why Does America Spend More on Health Care?

Why Does America Spend More on Health Care?

It's well-known that the United States spends a lot more for its health care than other industrialized nations do.

U-M anthropologist earns award for book highlighting Latinx experience

U-M anthropologist earns award for book highlighting Latinx experience

It seemed like finally everything was going well for Ruthie. The 10-year-old, whose family had recently moved from Cuba to New York, had just tested out of the remedial class...

Michigan student helping his native Puerto Rico recover after Hurricane Maria

Michigan student helping his native Puerto Rico recover after Hurricane Maria

By the time Amilcar Matos-Moreno, a doctoral candidate at U-M’s School of Public Health, got to Puerto Rico during Thanksgiving break, it had been two months since Hurricane María had...

Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults

Close Friendships in High School Make for Happier Adults

If you're not one of the popular kids with dozens of "besties," you can take solace in new research that suggests having close friendships is better for your adult mental...

Unique ways to celebrate Valentine's Day

Unique ways to celebrate  Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is an opportunity for couples to celebrate their love for each other, whether their relationship is relatively new or has endured through many years.

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Coffee Safe for Many With Abnormal Heart Rhythms: Review

Coffee Safe for Many With Abnormal Heart Rhythms: Review

Caffeine can send the heart racing, but for some people coffee may help prevent abnormal heartbeats, Australian researchers report.

A College Student's Guide to Avoiding Burnout

A College Student's Guide to Avoiding Burnout

Juggling classes, jobs and extracurricular activities can lead to big-time burnout in college, but knowing its signs can help savvy students avoid it, one psychologist says.

Control Blood Pressure to Keep Dementia at Bay: Study

Control Blood Pressure to Keep Dementia at Bay: Study

Bringing high blood pressure under control can reduce older risk of dementia, a new study finds.

As Menopause Symptoms Get Worse, Heart May Pay a Price

As Menopause Symptoms Get Worse, Heart May Pay a Price

There could be a link between the severity of a woman's menopausal symptoms and her risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.

Exercise for High Blood Pressure? Most Not Keen on Idea

Exercise for High Blood Pressure? Most Not Keen on Idea

When it comes to lowering high blood pressure, exercising is pretty much the last thing people want to do, a new survey shows.

'Magnetic Pulse' Device May Be New Way to Prevent Migraines

'Magnetic Pulse' Device May Be New Way to Prevent Migraines

Self-administered magnetic pulses from a hand-held device may help head off debilitating migraines, researchers report.

Sports

21
Nov2017
What It Takes to Get Teens Moving

What It Takes to Get...

Teens with friends are active teens, a new study suggests.

02
Oct2017
Overuse Injuries Don't Impact Young Football Players

Overuse Injuries Don...

Overuse injuries do not appear to be a major problem among young football players, according to a new study.

21
Ago2017
Hydration for Athletes

Hydration for Athlet...

Whether you’re a serious athlete or simply exercise for recreation, it’s important to stay hydrated. Good hydration means getting the right amount of water before, during, and after exercise. Water regulates...

12
Jul2017
Common Sports Injuries

Common Sports Injuri...

If you play sports, you already know the benefits of getting exercise while doing something you love. But even though you are doing something good for your body, you could be putting it at risk, too. Sports injuries side...

Education

03
Oct2017
Bilingual Kids Learn New Languages Better

Bilingual Kids Learn New...

Bilingual children have an easier time learning additional languages later in life than those who speak only one language, researchers report.

06
Sep2017
STATEMENT ON DACA FROM PRESIDENT MARK SCHLISSEL

STATEMENT ON DACA FROM PR...

Dear Students: We are deeply disappointed in today’s announcement that the administration will end DACA, the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program. We want to assure everyone in the University of Michigan f...

14
Ago2017
Calming Those Back-to-School Jitters

Calming Those Back-to-Sch...

Many children look forward to heading back to school, but an expert in child psychology notes that the new school year can cause anxiety for some kids.

10
Ago2017
Teaching love of science from the ground up

Teaching love of science...

U-Michigan student brings STEM education to Latin America In a high school classroom in Lima, Peru, a group of students are programming a 3-D printer they will soon use to print out Yoda from Star Wars, Game of Thrones l...

Health

13
Abr2018
Got Osteoarthritis? Get Moving

Got Osteoarthritis? Get Moving

Is arthritis pain getting in the way of your fitness plans? That need not be the case.

11
Abr2018
Sleepless Nights Show Ties To Alzheimer's Risk

Sleepless Nights Show Ties To...

Even one night of lost sleep may cause the brain to fill with protein chunks that have long been linked to the development of Alzheimer's disease, a new study warns.

27
Mar2018
Anti-Vaccine Movement Affecting Kids With Autism

Anti-Vaccine Movement Affectin...

Vaccine skeptics appear to be swaying many parents of children with autism to forgo critical childhood vaccines, a new study suggests.

26
Mar2018
As Mammograms Became Widespread, Breast Tumor Size Shrank

As Mammograms Became Widesprea...

After American women began to adopt annual mammography screening in the 1980s, a very healthy thing happened: the average size of newly discovered breast tumors got smaller.

About Vive Michigan Bilingual Magazine

Vive Michigan Bilingual Magazine is a free monthly publication that reaches Kent County’s residents in West Michigan,  dedicated to family themes in a variety of topics. Every month and during the year, we publish stories that promote local education, wellness, sports, healthy eating, finances, home ownership,  fitness, local events and more.

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Latest Articles

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Abr2018

Telltale Clues That...

Know what to look for if you suspect your child or teen may be depressed.

15
Mar2018

Why Does America Spe...

It's well-known that the United States spends a lot more for its health care than other industrializ...

19
Feb2018

U-M anthropologist e...

It seemed like finally everything was going well for Ruthie. The 10-year-old, whose family had recen...

15
Feb2018

Michigan student hel...

By the time Amilcar Matos-Moreno, a doctoral candidate at U-M’s School of Public Health, got t...