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Everything you need to know about Prosecco

Prosecco is America’s favorite bubbly. Over the last five years Prosecco’s popularity has exploded.  It is fresh, crisp, fruity, and light. A drink to be enjoyed …

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Ask an OB-GYN: I’m pregnant, what do I need to know?

Amid the difficulties of the COVID-19 outbreak, there’s an inside joke among labor and delivery units across the country about how we will be seeing …

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Establish a healthy routine in quarantine

With a positive attitude, good motivation and noble intentions we are creating new social habits—socially distancing, repeatedly washing our hands, wearing face masks and working …

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NextGen: Young entrepreneur Pranadhi Koradia on the family business and quarantining in India

From Vadodara, Gujarat, where a three week visit has been unexpectedly extended into two months of quarantine, Southeast Michigan native Pranadhi Koradia, the chief operations …

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Top 5 Bollywood / Latin Influenced Music Countdown

As we celebrated Cinco de Mayo, we want to share a few songs in Bollywood that have Latin influence in their tune! Hope this lifts …

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The COVID-19 diaries part two: “Don’t let the mask fool you”

This is the second installment of Dr. Asha Shajahan’s essay series on being a healthcare worker during a pandemic. Read the first part here. Day 4: …

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Association spotlight: Michigan Indian Community Service seeks to meet local needs amid coronavirus pandemic

Spurred into action by the COVID-19 pandemic, the leaders of 25-plus local Indian organizations created the Michigan Indian Community Service Group (MICS) to serve the …

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COVID-19 is complicating domestic violence reporting

Following the March 23 issuance of a stay-at-home order, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the state’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) warned community …

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Letter from the editor: May 2020

Nearly two months have passed since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Michigan. In the time since, schools have closed, businesses have suspended …

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