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Bring a Child to Work Day is in full swing at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital.
Felix Rogers, D.O., cardiologist at Henry Ford Wyandotte Downriver Cardiology, offers recommendations to reduce risk of heart disease.
Thomas McKeown, M.D., medical director of the Emergency Department at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, offers tips to prevent slip and fall accidents.
Feb. 1 marked the 10th annual National Wear Red Day, a part of the American Heart Association’s campaign to raise awareness about the number number-one killer of women: heart disease.
Do you suffer from knee or hip pain? Have you ever been told you have arthritis? If you answered yes to either questions, you can benefit from a joint preservation class.
Breast Cancer Awareness
St. Pius Catholic School will host its second annual Hoops for a Cause on Saturday, Jan. 26, benefiting Henry Ford Hospital’s Josephine Ford Cancer Institute – Downriver.
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital gives insight on how to enjoy the upcoming Super Bowl Sunday without comprimising healthy eating habits.
Thomas McKeown, M.D., medical director of the Emergency Department at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, offers tips to help recognize, prevent and treat the flu.
For the elderly, the benefits of eating healthy include higher energy levels and a better immune system, but many don’t realize that as individuals age, their nutrition needs change, too.
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital presented 13 projects at Henry Ford Health System's 21st Annual Quality Expo.
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