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Hepatitis C

Updated: 09/29/2003 - The silent epidemic in Michigan is not only a problem in Michigan's prison systems.

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Ride for Cancer Research

Updated: 09/29/2003 - A Mid-Michigan woman is one of 26 cyclists who will be riding across the United States with Tour de France winner and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong to raise awareness for cancer research.

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Infant Learning Speed

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Scientists have found out more information about how quickly very young children learn. They did it by tracking the eye movements of infants, and scientists do find infants do learn very quickly.

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Thermalift

Updated: 09/26/2003 - If you're not ready for a radical procedure to reverse the aging process, there are a number of non-surgical alternatives. There is one that does its work underneath the skin, giving patients tighter skin, without surgery.

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Flu Shots

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Ingham County Health Dept. is holding flu shot clinics.

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Teen Text Messaging

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Text messaging is spoiling teenager's sleep. That's the headline on an article published in a British medical journal.

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Daily Aspirin

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. But what if hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved by doing one simple thing?

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Mother Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Candilynn Anderson could face up to fifteen years in prison if she's convicted of involuntary manslaughter. Her son D'Juan Higgs died Sept. 10 when a loaded gun went off while he was playing with it.

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Count Day

Updated: 09/24/2003 - The fourth Wednesday is a very important day for kids to be in class. Attendance on count day could make or break what programs are offered at your child's school.

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Cold Season

Updated: 09/24/2003 - The CDC says a good way to prevent the spread of the flu is by covering your nose when you cough or sneeze.

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Flu Season

Updated: 09/24/2003 - It's a good time now to look into getting your flu shot, before the season swings into high gear.

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Lansing Schools Launch Campaign

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Peter Cunningham, Lansing Schools Bond Campaign Manager, met with about 35 citizens representing Lansing East side. He says community meetings like that are the "grass roots" types of efforts that will help to pass the $74.9 million school bond.

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Armed Robbery Suspects in East Lansing

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Two robberies in East Lansing have police warning residents to watch out for two separate suspects that might be working together.

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E. Coli Bacteria in Red Cedar River

Updated: 09/23/2003 - E. Coli bacteria levels in the Red Cedar River have failed to meet county health standards in over a week, and experts say they expect those levels to rise even further this week.

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"You've Got Hospital Rankings"

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Health Grades released its national evaluation of hospitals. Local healthcare administrators say medical staff and patients will benefit, but some say the information should only be used as one of many tools for planning.

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Michigan Education Trust

Updated: 05/02/2005 - Parents will be paying little more now for their children's college tuition in the future, but it could pay off down the road.

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National Day of Caring in Lansing

Updated: 09/19/2003 - The Capial Area United Way and the Volunteer Center of Mid-Michigan are sponsoring a two-day volunteer event in Lansing as part of the national Day of Caring.

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Day Care Worker Faces Felony Charges

Updated: 09/19/2003 - The Jackson County day care provider who left 11 small children unattended at her home in Blackman Township while she errands is now facing second degree child abuse charges.

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American Drug Club

Updated: 09/19/2003 - U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers warns consumers about buying prescription drugs from new stores in Lansing.

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Daycare Worker Could Face Charges

Updated: 09/18/2003 - The Blackman Township Day care worker accused of leaving 11 children at home alone while she tended to errands could lose her license forever.

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Rumors Cloud Race

Updated: 09/17/2003 - There's more controversy in the Lansing Mayor's race, as allegations of mudslinging between the two men running for the office take center stage.

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Local Workers Help With Hurricane

Updated: 09/17/2003 - As the hurricane makes its way to the United States, some local American Red Cross volunteers are gettingready to ship out and offer help with the storm hits. But while volunteers are helping, the American Red Cross is hurting financially.

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Herbal Remedy May have Down Side

Updated: 09/17/2003 - A popular herbal remedy on the market used to treat depression could have a major down side by cutting the effectiveness od a number of prescription drugs.

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