Finding a great doctor that fits your family is important and can sometimes be a lot of work. We’ve done some of the work for you by helping you get to know local doctors.
Sooner or later, all parents face an unexpected medical meltdown: the baby spikes a scorching fever in the wee hours. The preschooler swallows something suspicious. The middle-schooler wrenches an ankle at basketball practice. When faced with a medical emergency—or a situation that could become one—what’s a parent to do? Head straight for the chaotic, costly
Is my water safe from lead?” With the water crisis in Flint, it’s a question many parents and families have asked in the last year. Kristen Schweighoefer, Environmental Health Director for Washtenaw County Public Health (WCPH), has been fielding many of those questions and giving helpful tips and advice on how to protect kids from lead
Released this summer, the 2016 Ann Arbor Public Schools School Climate Survey Report highlighted many positive aspects of people’s feelings about AAPS, but left room for improvement in the district as well. K12 Insight partnered with Dawn Linden, executive director, elementary education to develop the 2016 School Climate Survey which primarily addressed the topics of:
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month we are highlighting a major victory for America’s mothers and babies. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) announced earlier this year that it will allow corn masa flour to be fortified with folic acid. This change is an exciting recognition of the more than 20 years of