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Great American Eclipse at West Michigan

Great American Eclipse at West Michigan

Get Ready, Safely, for the Great American EclipseWearing eye protection is essential, vision experts warn

Melanoma Isn't the Only Serious Skin Cancer

Melanoma Isn't the Only Serious Skin Cancer

A type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is increasingly common in the United States, so people need to be alert for signs of the disease, an expert...

Get Ready to Grill Safely

Get Ready to Grill Safely

Food poisoning peaks in the summer months when warmer temperatures cause foodborne germs to flourish. Follow these steps for a safe and enjoyable grilling season.

U-M launches summer jobs program for young adults

U-M launches summer jobs program for young adults

Forty-five young adults from across Washtenaw County will begin summer work today at the University of Michigan. They are part of U-M's Poverty Solutions Summer Youth Employment Program, a partnership...

Enjoy the many festivals that Grand Rapids will offer this summer

Enjoy the many festivals that Grand Rapids will offer this summer

Summer is almost here, the time of the year that is perfect to enjoy with the family many events that will be celebrated in Grand Rapids. The city will offer...

U-M unveils tuition guarantee for Michigan students with need

U-M unveils tuition guarantee for Michigan students with need

The University of Michigan will launch a new financial aid program for in-state students that offers a "Go Blue Guarantee" of free tuition for up to four years for students...

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Young Kids With Cellphones Face a Hidden Risk

Young Kids With Cellphones Face a Hidden Risk

Cyberbullying starts early, and 8- and 9-year-olds with cellphones are especially vulnerable, new research finds.

Can Coffee or Tea Extend Survival With Diabetes?

Can Coffee or Tea Extend Survival With Diabetes?

A diagnosis of diabetes comes with a long list of "don'ts." But new research suggests that coffee and tea probably shouldn't be off-limits because each may help prevent an early...

Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes

Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes

Tobacco caused 7.1 million deaths worldwide in 2016, and poor diet was associated with 1 in 5 deaths, according to a new report.

The Truth About Exercise and Calorie Burn

The Truth About Exercise and Calorie Burn

When you consider that a hot fudge sundae can top 500 calories, 30 minutes of walking at a slow pace will barely make a dent in undoing the damage.

Take a Stand Against Sitting Too Much

Take a Stand Against Sitting Too Much

Days spent sitting for hours may increase your risk for an early death no matter how much you exercise, researchers say.

Mind/Body Connection: How Your Emotions Affect Your Health

Mind/Body Connection: How Your Emotions Affect Your Health

People who have good emotional health are aware of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They have learned healthy ways to cope with the stress and problems that are a normal...

Sports

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...

03
Jul2017
Bicycle Safety Tips

Bicycle Safety Tips

Bicycling has a lot of great benefits. It can be a form of exercise. It puts less strain on your joints than running. Riding your bike can be an alternate to driving. It saves you money on gas and is better for the envir...

17
Oct2016
Young Athletes Pressured by Parents May Resort to 'Doping'

Young Athletes Press...

'Tiger parenting' can have dire consequences, researcher contends Young male athletes under parental pressure to succeed are more likely to use banned substances to boost their sports performance, a new study finds.

Education

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...

17
Oct2016
Innovative courses offer U-M students unique learning experiences

Innovative courses offer...

From understanding our fascination with the Kardashians and cars, to rolling up sleeves to teach art to students in Detroit and create exhibition pieces for U-M's upcoming Bicentennial, University of Michigan students ha...

Health

19
Sep2017
Even Teens Can Suffer Organ Damage From High Blood Pressure

Even Teens Can Suffer Organ Da...

High blood pressure can lead to organ damage -- and the risk isn't limited to adults, new research suggests.

18
Sep2017
U.S. Cancer Death Rate Continues to Fall

U.S. Cancer Death Rate Continu...

More Americans are surviving cancer than ever before, but as the population ages, even more will develop the disease.

15
Sep2017
Diabetes Threatens Kidneys, Vision of Millions of Americans

Diabetes Threatens Kidneys, Vi...

Millions of Americans with type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes are at risk for chronic kidney disease, and another 59,000 Americans, 40 and older, are at risk for diabetes-related blindness.

12
Sep2017
Immune-Focused Drug May Be New Weapon Against Advanced Melanoma

Immune-Focused Drug May Be New...

New research suggests that Opdivo -- a drug that works with the immune system to fight melanoma -- is more effective than the current standard of care for patients who've had surgery to remove ad...

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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

19
Ago2017

Great American Eclip...

Get Ready, Safely, for the Great American EclipseWearing eye protection is essential, vision experts...

31
Jul2017

Melanoma Isn't the O...

A type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is increasingly common in the United Stat...

01
Jul2017

Get Ready to Grill S...

Food poisoning peaks in the summer months when warmer temperatures cause foodborne germs to flourish...

29
Jun2017

U-M launches summer...

Forty-five young adults from across Washtenaw County will begin summer work today at the University...