Michigan health officials investigate multiple cases of gastrointestinal illness

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Marion County agency reports 18 cases of intestinal illness

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Air Quality Action Day issued for Thursday in several Michiana counties

First West Nile virus activity for Michigan in 2019 confirmed

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Michigan Tobacco Quitline offers free nicotine patches, gum, lozenges

Epilepsy drugs linked to higher risk of birth defects

Ask the Doctor: MRSA, body odor and potty training

Officials: Alleged medical device reuse in Michigan brings disease risk

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