Health

Mail delivery truck photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

As Michigan deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Postal Service is still delivering mail.


Byron Drachman tricycle photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MS

Lansing’s parks and river trail are still open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Usage could begin increasing, as Spring arrives.


Royal Scot sign photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

With restaurants and theaters closed due to Coronavirus, one type of business that so far may remain open in Michigan is golf courses.


Holt custodian Eliot Nutt cleans a desk photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

Schools across the state are shut down in an effort to fight the spread of the Coronavirus. Now, the process of cleaning many school buildings is underway.


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From Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail: test results are in for the MSU student who was being tested for Coronavirus after exposure to a Wayne County case, and the test was negative.

MSU classroom TV studio classroom photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

After Michigan State University decided to suspend face-to-face instruction until April 20 to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, professors are trying to adapt to teaching online.


Michigan State University outdoor sign
File photo / WKAR-MSU

Michigan State University is suspending face-to-face instruction as of noon today, the result of two confirmed coronavirus cases in Michigan and news that the Ingham County Health Department is investigating and monitoring an individual linked with the MSU campus.

Linda Vail photo
WKAR file photo

A national board that evaluates public health departments recently awarded full accreditation to the Ingham County Health Department.


WATCH: Michigan State Aims To Give Healthy Food Options For Fitness-Minded Students

Feb 18, 2020
David Greenberg / WKAR-MSU

Students are more disciplined in their food intake to support athletic performance or lifestyle choices.

Michigan Among First States To Get Child Health Report Card

Dec 22, 2019
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Cancer, autism, asthma and attention deficit disorder afflict Michigan children at a greater rate than the nationwide average, according to a recent report.

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