Measles Outbreak Under Control, but Health Officials Remain on Guard

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the nation’s leading public health institute, reported 1,022 confirmed cases of measles in 28 states through June 28 – the largest number of cases reported in the U.S. since 1992. According to the CDC, outbreaks in New York City and Rockland County, New York, have continued for […]

Workplace Wellness Increases Activity but Not Health Care Costs

With June’s designation as National Employee Wellness Month officially in the rearview mirror, and more employers turning to workplace wellness programs to improve workers’ health and save on health care costs, a new study shows program results to be slightly less than healthy. The study, published in the April edition of the Journal of the […]

Fission with a Vision

Niowave pinpoints next stage of cancer treatment These days it’s full speed ahead for the self-anointed “Chevrolet of Particle Accelerators,” otherwise known as Niowave Inc. Despite Michigan State University’s Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) being viewed as the Formula One model of scientific accelerator facilities, the little engine that could on North Walnut Street […]

Lansing Chamber Joins Business Group to Influence Statewide Policy

As the voice of business for the Lansing region, the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce works relentlessly to help businesses connect, grow and thrive. One of the ways we do that is through advocacy. The chamber helps create a climate for businesses to be successful by working with local, state and federal lawmakers to support […]

Growth is a Good Thing

There are few people more interested or excited about the growth of Lansing and its entertainment than me. When I moved to our fair region, I felt what most people feel – a sense of belonging. I often call it “the biggest small town.” There’s a sense of community and you can run into so […]

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