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Sunny 101.9 Draws First Winner in Tag An Essential Worker Facebook...

Marquette, MI  -  April 23, 2020  -  Today we drew our first winner for the 3-week Tag An Essential Worker Facebook Giveaway! With 90...

Health Tip – Feb. 19 – Relax to Reduce Hot Flashes

Menopausal woman may be able to cut their hot flashes in half simply by learning to relax. A Swedish study reported the effects of...

Michigan Senate Passes Abortion Bill

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Michigan Senate yesterday passed controversial abortion bills.Under the legislation, doctors would be required to determine...

Flu Season Off to Early Start

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Health officials say the flu season is off to its earliest start in nearly 10 years...

Health Tip – July 26 – Duct Tape to Remove Warts

A group of doctors compared duct tape’s effectiveness with liquid nitrogen in removing warts. After two months of wearing duct tape on a daily...

Guest Congressman Dan Benishek And The Supreme Court Decision On Health...

June 30 2012-Listen To The 60 Minute ShowFullShowAudioToday's show focused on the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Health Care For America Act and...

Health Tip – Apr. 4 – Diet Advice from Overweight Physicians

If you suspect that an overweight physician is less likely to advise overweight patients to shape up, you’re right. A new study from Johns...

Health Tip – Feb. 14 – Depressed? Think Vitamin D

After reviewing data gathered during a four-year study involving nearly 12,600 participants, researchers have reported a clear link between low levels of vitamin D...

Health Tip – Oct. 28 – Drinking More Fluids Could Lower...

Men who drink plenty of low-sugar fluids may reduce their risk for bladder cancer, new research suggests.Although the reason for the association between fluid...

Health Tip – Aug. 12 – Kids and Antibiotics

Kids who get lots of antibiotics from their doctors are more likely to harbor the MRSA superbug, although it's still rare, a new study...