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Susan Adelman Makes Her Mark

From pediatric surgeon to author, Susan Adelman has pursued her many passions to reach her goal of making the world better. Photography by Sacred Overstreet-Amos When...

‘Those on the Front Lines of Cancer’ to Air on PBS

Survivors, educators, doctors help local producer/director Keith Famie produce an eye-opening documentary about cancer. Photos courtesy of Visionalist Entertainment Productions Almost 2 million people will be...

The Blum Legacy

Three generations of pediatricians in the Blum family share a passion for treating young patients. Photography by Rudy Thomas Pediatrician George Blum, M.D., of Bloomfield Township...

Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

The High Holidays afford time for self-reflection, forgiveness and improved relations with others, but often people struggle with saying "sorry". The Jewish High Holidays and...

Sisters Receive Uncle’s Long-Lost Diary from WWII

Thanks to researcher David Huntley, local sisters receive heroic uncle's diary who perished in World War II. Photography by Glenn Triest Sisters Janice Morgan of Birmingham...

Choosing an Effective Surrogate Decision Maker

Making decisions in an ICU situation can be difficult, but Susan P. Shapiro, Ph.D. explains how to choose the most qualified surrogate decision maker. Featured...

Andrew Grossman Now Eats to Live

Andrew Grossman from Southfield overcame major health and lifestyle challenges when he underwent bariatric surgery. Featured Photo Courtesy of Tony Simler Before Andrew Grossman, 45, of...

Caregiver Support Groups Provide Comfort

Couple find support groups offer perspective, empathy to caregivers and patients. Featured photo by Sean Cook When Mary Sue Schottenfels’ husband Ken Knoppow was diagnosed with...