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Michigan Fat Cats, I Really Mean Fat Cats
Is this a sign of economic improvement in Michigan or something entirely different?  According to a newly released study Michigan ranks #3 nationwide when it comes to overweight cats and dogs.
The newly released study came from the Vancouver, Washington based Banfield Pet Hospital&CloseCurlyQuot…
200 Kids Come out to the Borgess Health Park Bike Rodeo
Two hundred youngsters come out to the Bike Rodeo and Helmet giveaway Monday at Borgess Health Park.
Rebecca Bingman, practice manager, Borgess Family and Internal Medicine, Borgess Health Park tells WBCK that idea of the Bike Rodeo is to teach kids bike safety on their obstacle course, and to give k…
Signs of Parkinson’s Dementia
It doesn't always happen, but people who are stricken with Parkinson's Disease often get one of two types of dementia, within ten years of being diagnosed with it.
Another Great Kalamazoo Marathon in 2017
It was a little nippy for the volunteers and spectators, but the cool and sunny Sunday morning was perfect for the some 5,500 runners taking place in the 2017 Kalamazoo Marathon.   The Borgess Run for The Health of It event got started at 8 a...
Luke Skywalker Passes the Force to 10 Year Old Kalamazoo Boy
This story will bring tears to your eyes and make your heart swell with love.
As being reported by WZZM 13 a 10 year old Kalamazoo boy was granted a great gift from Make-A-Wish Michigan and a Jedi Master, Luke Skywalker himself.
This boy has an extremely life-threatening very rare disease named Microv…
Poll: Do Sin Taxes Work?
Has sin taxes as they are called really stopped the purchasing of cigarettes or alcohol?  According to Investopedia a “sin tax” is a state-sponsored tax that is added to products or services that are seen as vices, such as alcohol, tobacco and gambling...
WHO Should Recommend Tax Policy to the U.S.?
When asked if raising taxes could affect the purchasing habits of Americans, the Democrats tells us there is no proof of that.
The AP is reporting on the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) recommending that countries use their tax policy to increase the price of drinks containing high amo…

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