Understanding asthma as allergy season returns

The arrival of spring and summer is typically welcomed with open arms. Warm air, green grass, colorful flowers, and, of course, vacations are just a few of the many reasons to celebrate spring and summer. Spring and summer also marks the return of allergy season. According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, allergies are the sixth leading […]

Medicare Covers New Joint Pain Treatments

Are you suffering with some form of chronic or debilitating Joint Pain? Pain in the Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Feet, Hands, Neck, Back or even Writs or Elbow is common but far from normal. Though many people are led to believe that there is nothing that can be done to treat their joint pain other than pain medication or surgery, there […]

Less Painful – Less Expensive – Less Time Consuming

“The general problem with main stream medical when evaluating and treating joint pain is that we tend to rely on anti inflammatories or surgeries which are only acute care or emergency approaches but in most cases joint pain is a degenerative condition and there are no pills or surgery that will slow down or reverse this sort of degenerative process”, […]

HealthMarkets Insurance Agency

GENESEE COUNTY – For more than a decade, HealthMarkets Insurance Agency has been providing millions of Americans with unmatched service and coverage at prices they can afford. Because HealthMarkets contracts independent agents, the company’s savings are able to be passed on to their customers. Tiffany Hense has been a HealthMarkets agent for several years, after joining the company because of […]

Add more exercise to the workday

Many people can benefit from more exercise. But after a long day at work and tending to obligations at home, making time for exercise can be an uphill battle. Come nighttime, there may be little energy or time left to be active. However, failure to engage in regular physical activity can be detrimental to one’s health. The World Health Organization […]

Patricia A. (Sponenburg) Hards

PATRICIA A. (SPONENBURG) HARDS, of Davison, passed away on Friday, April 16, 2021. Born September 20th, 1940, she was 80 years old. Pat loved the Lord her entire life and has joyfully gone to His eternal kingdom. Beloved wife, mother and grandmother, Pat was happily married for 58 years to A. Thomas “Tom” Hards. Pat especially cherished her family, and […]

John “Subb” McClelland

JOHN “SUBBY” McCLELLAND of Davison, age 63, passed away on April 15, 2021, at McLaren-Flint. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated 12 Noon Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 404 N. Dayton Street, Davison, MI; Rev. Fr. Andrew A. Czajkowski celebrant. Interment at St. John Catholic Cemetery in Fenton, MI. Family received visitors 4-7 […]

Mary McFarland DeYonker

MARY D. McFARLAND (DeYONKER), 88, of Grand Blanc, Michigan passed away Monday April 12, 2021. Mary was born the daughter of Henry and Marcella (Krantz) DeYonker in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan on September 5, 1932. She graduated from St. Martin High School in Detroit, class of 1951. She married Marshall Robert McFarland on June 5, 1956 in Detroit. Mary and […]

Mock drafts need to go, Tigers win and lose and more from the world of hockey, golf and the NFL

Fat Guy Corner

Can we please stop all these mock drafts I have to read every three days? I mean, I know keeping the NFL in the news 365 days is the NFL’s goal, however, Mel Kiper and Todd Mcshay’s silly banter — which is scripted — irritates me. The absolute irritation for me is the mock trades they create. How in the […]

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