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Doctor: Most Compulsive Hoarding Behavior Starts In Childhood, Teenage Years

DETROIT (WWJ) — A new study is looking at how compulsive hoarding isn’t an activity exclusive to adults.

The new analysis, to be conducted by Wayne State University, will focus on hoarding among young people between ages five and 30. 323 more words

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Students band together to bring safe water to Flint

The lack of drinkable water in Flint, Michigan hasn’t spared students.

Christopher James is from Flint, and though he attends school less than an hour away at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, he doesn’t go home very often. 511 more words

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Peter Oleksiak: Rise to the top

Peter Oleksiak is a man that defines the phrase “Rise to the Top”.

When it comes to a career, it takes hard work, knowledge, skills and talent. 372 more words

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Peter Oleksiak: A hardworking individual with excellent knowledge and skills

Every individual has to work hard and achieve many skills and knowledge in order to become a good and quality worker in a particular area of business. 364 more words

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New Study Shows Cancer Cures Can Lead To Later Heart Trouble

DETROIT — A new medical study co-authored by DMC Heart Hospital vice president Cindy L. Grines, M.D., shows that treating cancer frequently triggers later heart disease. 697 more words

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Getting to know Peter Oleksiak

Peter Oleksiak works at DTE Energy (NYSE:DTE) as their chief financial officer and senior vice president. DTE Energy is a diversified energy company from Detroit which provides services related to the management and development of energy nationwide. 364 more words

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38 Percent Of Applicants Flunk Michigan Exam For Lawyers

LANSING (AP) – Sixty-two percent of 811 applicants passed the Michigan bar exam for lawyers last summer.

University of Michigan law school led the way with 33 of 36 graduates passing the July test, followed by Michigan State University at 76 percent, Wayne State University at 74 percent and University of Detroit-Mercy at 59 percent. 53 more words

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