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SPECIAL REPORT: School Lunch Rush

Posted: 11/23/2015 - Local parents tell us they feel like their kids don't have enough time to eat in school. In a News 10 special report, parents and nutrition experts weigh in on whether or not kids have enough time to eat, and what the state can do about it.

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Sparrow Moving Substance Abuse Unit Patients to Main Hospital

Posted: 11/16/2015 - Sparrow Hospital is moving its substance abuse detoxification services from the St. Lawrence campus to the main hospital. It says it will be able to provide patients better medical care after the switch, but nurses and a former patient say the Substance Abuse Unit at St. Lawrence was a vital resources to recovering addicts and should not be taken away.

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FDA Approves New Cancer Drug

Posted: 11/16/2015 - Darzalex can be used when three other therapies for the blood cancer multiple myeloma have failed.

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Soccer Coaches, Moms On How New "Headers" Rules Could Change Soccer

Updated: 11/11/2015 - Soccer causes the second-most concussions in youth sports, just behind football. It resulted in a class-action lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation. To resolve the suit - U.S. Soccer changed the rules to ban young players from hitting the ball with their head.

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New Drain Necessary to Keep Drinking Water Clean

Updated: 10/28/2015 - It's taken 20 years, but in a few weeks, the Drain Commission will finally start construction to reduce flooding in Northeast Lansing. The Drain Commissioner says the project is necessary to keep Lansing's drinking water safe.

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Ingham County Rolls Back Health Plan Millage

Updated: 10/27/2015 - Property taxes in Ingham County are dropping next year. The millage that pays for the county health plan is being rolled back. But county commissioners say the move cuts taxes but not health plan services.

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Mid-Michigan's Risk for Lead-Contaminated Water

Updated: 10/19/2015 - The Director of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says Lansing has some lead pipes still in use, but its water is safe from lead contamination in part because it comes from underground, not from a lake or river.

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Health Insurance Costs Rising

Posted: 10/19/2015 - Whether you'ore on Obamacare or get coverage from your employer, the price of health insurance is going up.

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Dietitians: Whole Milk Not All Bad

Posted: 10/12/2015 - For decades whole milk has been on the list of food and drink to avoid if you want to stay healthy. But, dietitians are now changing their tune.

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New Breast Cancer Study

Updated: 09/28/2015 - Gene test finds which breast cancer patients can skip chemo

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