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Health Tip – Jan. 28 – Exercise to Ward Off Dementia

As little as 30 minutes of exercise three times a week may cut the risk of dementia in seniors by 40 percent. This physical...

Health Tip – Jan. 2 – Keep Your New Year’s Resolution...

The app "My Last Cigarette" helps users quit smoking by mapping out the changes in their health as they quit. Simply enter in your...

State Representative-elect John Kivela Talks About Heading To Lansing

MARQUETTE, MI - (Great Lakes Radio News) - Fresh off his win to the State House of Representatives, former Marquette Mayor John Kivela joined...

Marquette Township Supervisor Dennis Liimatta Discusses Ballot Issues And More

MARQUETTE, MI - (Great Lakes Radio News) - Voters going to the polls on Tuesday in Marquette Township will be deciding on a series...

Health Tip – Oct. 3 – Even Temporary Weight Loss Decreases...

If you’re overweight, losing 10 percent of your weight (20 pounds if you weigh in at 200) may cut your risk of developing type...

Snyder Appoints U.P. Man to Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural...

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Governor Rick Snyder has appointed an Upper Michigan man to serve on the Michigan Council for...

‘Vision for Marquette’ Meetings Start Tonight

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Marquette City Planning Commission and Marquette Community Development Department staffs are moving into the second...

Health Tip – Aug. 20 – Back Pain Ruining Your Day?

Chronic back pain is often due to poor posture, injuries, or muscle tension, and can profoundly impact your quality of life. Instead of using...

Health Tip – July 5 – Jogging For a Longer Life

Jogging may extend your life. We're talking about an additional 6.2 years of life for male joggers and an additional 5.6 years for women...

Health Tip – May 31 – Better Approach to Chronic Sinusitis

Complementing standard medical care for chronic sinusitis with acupuncture, acupressure and dietary changes seemed to help a small group of patients who weren't improving...