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Increased Facial and Head Injuries after Motorcycle Helmet Law Change in Michigan

Skull fractures and other head and facial injuries from motorcycle trauma in Michigan have doubled since that state relaxed its motorcycle helmet laws, reports a study in the June issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery(r), the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Show More Summary

Michigan State House Passes Bill Allowing Choose Life License Plates

Michigan lawmakers gave final approval to a bill Thursday that would allow drivers to buy pro-life license plates for their cars. The AP reports the bill soon will head to Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk after the House approved it Thursday. The “Choose Life” license plates will be available for $35, and some of the money […]

Lake Michigan Facts

Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake located entirely in the United States.

Fake CFB recruit Unique Brissett II loves his fame: “I was laughing. I was too hype”

On Monday, word came out that Unique Brissett II was visiting Michigan State. But the thing is, later on Monday, word also came out that Unique’s very unique recruiting process wasn’t real at all. Now the fake recruit is loving his ongoing 15 minutes of fame. Show More Summary

Why this IndyCar driver is outpacing diabetes

(Michigan State University) New Michigan State University research is the first to help a professional race car driver with diabetes improve his performance during competition, helping him capture two top-5 finishes at the Indianapolis 500.

MSU doctor to help eradicate malaria in Malawi with $8.5 million grant

(Michigan State University) Terrie Taylor, Michigan State University Distinguished Professor of internal medicine and an osteopathic physician, will use a 7-year, $8.5 million federal grant to study why previous malaria prevention and eradication methods in Malawi Africa have been unsuccessful and how progress can be made.

Michigan Senate OKs big changes to natural resources fund

The Michigan Senate has approved significant changes in how the state buys and improves land for public recreation. Legislation passed 24-14 Wednesday by the Republican-controlled chamber would empower the Legislature … Click to Continue »

New online database has answers on mitochondrial disorders

(Michigan State University) Providing answers - or at least more information - to the most difficult medical questions is the aim of medical scientists. And how research findings are translated and made available can be as important as the discoveries themselves.

Michigan Senate OKs allowing dogs on restaurant patios

Patrons could bring their dogs along while eating in outdoor areas of restaurants under a bill advancing in the Michigan Legislature. State law generally prohibits live animals at restaurants. The … Click to Continue »

All-American Taylor Garcia Announces Transfer From Arizona to Michigan

By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam Garcia, who spent her freshman and sophomore seasons competing for the University of Arizona, will be returning to her home state, as she's a native of Holland, Michigan. Read the full story on SwimSwam: All-American Taylor Garcia Announces Transfer From Arizona to Michigan

Michigan House OKs bill governing police body camera footage

Michigan lawmakers are looking to create guidelines for body camera footage obtained by law enforcement officers. The state House passed a bill Tuesday that would require police departments to have … Click to Continue »

Michigan to receive nearly $400,000 in Target settlement

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says the state will receive nearly $400,000 from an $18.5 million settlement with Target Corp. to resolve a multi-state probe into the discounter's pre-Christmas data … Click to Continue »

2016-17 Moot Court Rankings

2016-17 Moot Court Rankings: 1. South Texas 2. Oklahoma 3. St. Mary's 4. Stetson 5. Georgetown 6. SMU 7. Chicago-Kent 8. Texas Tech 9. Michigan State 10. UC-Hastings 11. Pepperdine 12. Wake Forest 13. Baylor 14. Ohio State 15. Mississippi College 16. Mississippi 17. Baylor 17. Kansas 17. Loyola-Chicago 20....

Title IX investigation into sexual assault allegations ends

Michigan State officials say they have concluded a Title IX investigation into an alleged sexual assault and haven't taken any action to remove three football players from the university. The … Click to Continue »

Black-Owned Business To Help Replace 18,000 Contaminated Pipes In Flint

A black woman-owned construction company has been awarded a federally funded service contract to replace thousands of water pipes in Flint, Michigan. As part of a $97 million settlement to replace corroded pipes by 2020, the state has...Show More Summary

Find the Most Dangerous City in Your State

The most dangerous city in Illinois must be Chicago, right? Ditto with Detroit for Michigan and New York City for New York state? Not so much, at least in terms of per-capita violent crime. A new survey at 24/7 Wall St. crunches FBI crime data to find the most dangerous...

Justices won't hear appeal over release of federal mug shots

The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from the Detroit Free Press that asked the government to release mug shots of federal criminal defendants in Michigan and three other states. … Click to Continue »

Michigan considers ban on hand-held phone use while driving

Alarmed by the number of motorists staring at their screens instead of the road, lawmakers are proposing to make Michigan the 15th state to ban driving while holding a hand-held … Click to Continue »

Lakers Aquatic Club’s Drew Del Papa Commits to Northern Michigan

By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Warren, Michigan native Drew Del Papa has elected to remain in state, committing to swim for Northern Michigan University beginning... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Lakers Aquatic Club’s Drew Del Papa Commits to Northern Michigan

SAEM 2017: Best Practices in EMS Oversight Needed to Improve Pre-Hospital Care

A 2015 Institute of Medicine report that highlighted fragmentation among EMS systems in the United States compelled Michigan Medicine researchers to evaluate the quality of EMS oversight in Michigan and explore how EMS systems could work together to improve patient care.

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