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AnyLabTestNow, Rochester Hills, MIWalk-In Breast Cancer Monitoring Among Tests Now Available at
Rochester Hills Business   

Any Lab Test Now offers a test panel to help monitor breast cancer treatment and provides the physician’s order for these tests and an additional 8,000 toxicology, clinical and...

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Huron-Clinton Metroparks Joins Michigan Activity Pass ProgramDaily Entry Passes Available for Michigan Public Libraries Card Holders   
Metropark daily entry passes are now available for cardholders of all Michigan public libraries to “check out,” free for the day. The Huron-Clinton Metroparks, consisting of 13 parks in and around Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties, have...

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Gourmet To Go: One-Stop Shop for Affordable Plant-Based Food Opens in TroyOne-Stop Shop for Affordable Plant-Based Food Opens in Troy   
Aratham Gourmet To Go, a plant-based, organic, chef-driven meal delivery service that focuses on affordable, creative gourmet cuisine, will host the grand opening of its new deli and takeaway location on Wednesday, June 2. The new...

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New Life Allergy Treatment Center Relocates, Terry Robinson Terry Robinson of New Life Allergy Treatment Center announces a move to new offices. However, the move doesn’t mean patients will have to travel farther for appointments. The...

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Growing Health Professional Careers, Image: Naturopathic Institute Accepting Applications for Fall ClassesNaturopathic Institute Accepting Applications for Fall Classes   
The Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education (NITE) is accepting applications for Fall 2021 classes in the Natural Health: Naturopathy Program, the Massage Therapy: Therapeutic Bodywork Practitioner Program and the Doula Training: Holistic Labor Companion Program. Deadline for applications is...

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Functional Medicine Practitioner Returns to Michigan, Image: Institute of Neuromuscular Medicine Announces Addition to StaffInstitute of Neuromuscular Medicine Announces Addition to Staff   
After a three-year employment/training program at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine and becoming certified in Functional Medicine in 2017, Mary E. Miller-Wilson, ANP-BC- returns to Michigan. Miller-Wilson, an adult nurse practitioner, formerly practiced at...

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Non-Toxic Beauty, Image: Clarkston Holistic Hairstylist Offers Organic Hair CareClarkston Holistic Hairstylist Offers Organic Hair Care   
Independent Holistic Hairstylist Angela Dahms is now offering organic and non-toxic hair coloring and related products. She works inside Believe Salon and Spa in...

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Image: Kristin Smith - Blending CranioSacral Therapy with Medical-Grade YogaBlending CranioSacral Therapy with Medical-Grade Yoga   
New to the Clarkston area, Kristin Smith, who holds a doctorate in physical therapy and a CranioSacral Therapy-Techniques certificate, opened Into the Light Healing and Bodywork in March of this year. Smith, who has been a practicing physical therapist for...

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Tai Chi Chuan Classes Resume in Royal Oak, Image: Classes Held Outdoors, Weather Permitting, Tuesdays and SaturdaysClasses Held Outdoors, Weather Permitting, Tuesdays and Saturdays   
With warmer weather comes the chance to begin having tai chi classes at VFW Park in Royal Oak again. Tuesday classes are normally held at 6 p.m. but can be taught as early as 5 p.m. for more warmth and light. On Saturday mornings, classes are usually held at 9:30 a.m., though they can...

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Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels, Image: Learn How to Mitigate Flooding and Utilize Runoff to Your BenefitLearn How to Mitigate Flooding and Utilize Runoff to Your Benefit   
On Tuesday, April 13, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. the Clinton River Watershed Council (CRWC), in partnership with Chesterfield Township Public Library, will provide instruction on rain gardens and rain barrels at a free online event. These devices are a type of green infrastructure (GI), which is...

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